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Brookfield Christian School

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Posted January 18, 2014

You don't know what is the Tuition cost in Brookfield Christian. The contract for Brookfield Christian school has a clause that says ... has the right to modify policies and Tuition/Fee from time to times as needed... I went to this school in the middle of 6/2013 and asked for the cost then signed the contract around July. Nobody in the school mentioned the Tuition could increase or told us the Tuition would be different in August. Around 8/22 I received a letter informing us of a $50/month tuition increase, school started the next week. Later I found out the owner always waits until just before school starts increasing the tuition. My twins are in K program, the teacher Ms. Tamela is good, after she left there was a shortage of supervision in the crowded afternoon care, the playground, classrooms were very crowded. Sometimes I got the impression that the kids were not being watched as carefully as we saw at HCC learning center. Based on the situation I transferred my kids to Ressurection St.Paul after 3 weeks. At St. Paul book is free, free school bus, yoga club. Has art and music teachers, speech specialist. Has PE class and indoor recess.
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Posted June 21, 2012

I highly recommend this school for any preschooler. My daughter who will be finishing up this summer loves her teacher and friends. They provide a great environment for learning (academic, social) and you will impressed with what your son/daughter is capable of learning at this age. This definitely is a school, not a daycare that will give the excuse of "Oh, that 's not age appropriate."
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Posted September 19, 2010

I absolutely love BCS. My daughter was in their three year old class and the teachers were so warm and loving. I have been to other daycares in the Howard Co area and have not even thought to recommend them. However, this school surpasses all of the daycares in Howard County with their wonderful curriculm, warm and loving environment, and attention to their students. My family recommends Brookfield Elementary to EVERYONE!
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Posted August 12, 2010

Brookfield Christian School has provided and continues to provide warm, structured, academically appropriate environments for our three children. Our oldest was so prepared by the BCS kindergarten curriculum that she was able to bypass the Howard County Kindergarten and begin first grade early. Our younger two each started at BCS at 6 weeks old, and we have never had a moments worry about their care or the attention paid to their social, emotional or educational needs. When our youngest leaves in a few years, it will be like leaving family. We recommend Brookfield to everyone.
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Posted October 19, 2009

Wow, what can I say. We looked at most preschools in Howard County and Brookfield's curriculum is by far the best. My child was very prepared when he entered the public school not to mention having a foundation of Christian values. In addition to having academic substance, most teachers and staff are very warm and loving.
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Posted September 17, 2009

My daughter attended for K the teacher is great and the level of learning is accurate in preparing her for 1st grade.
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Posted September 11, 2009

I love the curriculum at BCS! It is preparing my daughter & sons for a traditional school setting and teaching her to be independent and obedient. The teachers all know my family and are warm & supportive, they really work as a team. I highly recommend Brookfield for it's fabulous preschool & Kindergarden prgrams.
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Posted December 8, 2006

I can't think of a better place for preschool. While our son is only 3, I can comfortably check off the list the vast majority of things that I've read are needed to be ready for kindergarten. Wonderful, caring teachers that inspire and care about the children. Great educational curriculum. We especially love that he is learning Christian basics and how to treat people, but without it being 'too' preachy. We'll really miss it when it is time for him to graduate and certainly would recommend this school.
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Posted December 20, 2004

We've had three of our kids complete pre-k through 8th at BCS. All were great experiences, and all are well-equipped for high school. We currently have 2 kids at BCS. We're grateful for the spiritual foundation they received, and for the loving family atmosphere of the school community. The staff is incredible!
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Posted September 24, 2004

Brookfield is an excellent school for early childhood education. Their pre-school and Kindergarden programs prepare children to be early readers through a phonics based program. The math programs are excelent. The children are challenged with counting, addition and subtraction using a variety of vehicals. My daughter has demonstrated the ability to memorize bible verses, learn her letter sounds, and count to 100. She is now in the stage of becomming an early reader and is able to spell some simple words. The staff is friendly and devoted to the children providing a warm, safe, comfortable enviornment. We are very happy with the staff and the education that our daughter is recieving. We will be sad to leave and hope that 1st grade may be offered soon.
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Ethnicity This school State average
Asian or Asian/Pacific Islander 40% 6%
Black 40% 35%
White 20% 42%
American Indian/Alaska Native 0% 0%
Hawaiian Native/Pacific Islander 0% 0%
Hispanic 0% 12%
Two or more races 0% 4%
Source: NCES, 2011-2012

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6347 10 Oaks Road
Clarksville, MD 21029
Phone: (410) 531-9443

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