Brookfield Schools

Mission

The mission of Brookfield Schools is to provide innovative, practical, and effective educational and therapeutic services for students with special emotional and behavioral needs that will put them on the pathway to success toward becoming productive members of society.

History

Brookfield Schools opened its doors in 1976, known first as Turning Point and then later as the Camden County Alternative School, in Cherry Hill, New Jersey. Its' core mission: to serve students needing intensive behavioral / therapeutic intervention. In 1998, the name was changed to Brookfield Academy and the school continued to expand services and programs.

Today, Brookfield Schools serves students with special needs ages 5 through 21 with specialized programs in three settings. Brookfield Academy in Cherry Hill, New Jersey serves high school age students, Brookfield Elementary in Haddon Heights, New Jersey serves kindergarten through eighth grades, and the Transition to College Program, located on the Blackwood, New Jersey campus of Camden County College, provides a unique opportunity for high school juniors and seniors. Homebound Services have been expanded through the years and full-day school programs have been added.

Students/Disabilities Served

Brookfield serves students needing intensive behavioral / therapeutic intervention, at three sites. Brookfield Academy serves high school age, Brookfield Elementary serves kindergarten through eighth grades, and Transition to College provides a unique opportunity for high school juniors and seniors. Intensive group and individual counseling, art therapy, cosmetology and culinary arts are provided.

Contact Information:

Brookfield Schools – Patrick Kiernan,
Executive Director/Superintendent
1009 Berlin Rd. • Cherry Hill, NJ 08034-3588
856-795-8228, ext. 229 • Fax: 856-795-3009
Email: Patrick.Kiernan@brookfieldschools.org

Website: www.brookfieldschools.org

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