Brookside Charter Middle School’s foundational beliefs and practices include The Leader in Me Program, restorative justice, trauma informed care, culturally responsive teaching, and anti-racism awareness.
Brookside Charter is a caring community that is conducive to growth for both students and faculty. Currently we serve 700 students and will build our enrollment to serve 800 students by 2024. Because of well trained and supported faculty members, engaged families, and supportive community partners, we are poised to continue preparing our students for success in high school and beyond!
Meet Our Staff
Ms. Jones, Mrs. Anderson, Mr. Johnson, Ms. Rieves, Mrs. Pawlewicz
Mr. Alford, Mrs. Proctor, Mrs. Stewart, Mr. Kuhn
Mrs. Hendricks, Mr. Keys, Mrs. Hill
Not Pictured: Ms. Mitchell
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Can I use my phone in class?
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Brookside Charter Middle School believes that all students should feel connected to their school. Each year our school has a goal to have 100% of our students participate in a club, activity, student internship, or sport.
In April of 2020, Brookside Charter School became the 6th Charter School in the WORLD to be recognized as a Lighthouse Leader in Me School.
As a Leader in Me School we teach the 7 Habits of Highly Effective People by Stephen Covey to all of our students. Leadership, Culture and Academics are the foundation of everything we do at Brookside Charter School. We value the voices of our students and empower them to lead their own learning.
After 10 years of being a Leader in Me School, we earned our Lighthouse recognition, virtually during a global pandemic. Lighthouse Leader in Me Schools are those who deeply implement the Leader in Me in all levels of their organization; students, staff, family and community.
Principal's Honor Roll
Students on the Principal’s Honor Roll maintain a 4.0 GPA throughout the quarter.
Students on the Honor Roll maintain a 3.5-3.99 GPA throughout the quarter.