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How To Help Your Kids Deal With Their Anxiety

Decades ago, if kids showed signs of anxiety, they were told to shape up, focus and move on. Symptoms were dismissed; feelings were suppressed. Thankfully, we know better now. And

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School Refusal Tips for Parents

If your child is experiencing anxiety going to school, believe it or not, it’s more common than you think. In most cases, symptoms of school refusal include a child that

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Aspiring student entrepreneur builds portfolio while helping peers

Sam, a senior at Brook Road Academy, dreams of opening his own graphic or fashion design business. With help from the Villa's Career and Transition Services (CATS), he has fine-tuned

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100%

of our 2018 grads

went on to college.

A capacity of

50 students

allows for an intimate learning environment.

Students can participate in

20 electives

and after-school clubs to build problem-solving and teamwork skills.

Testimonials

  • Though intellectually gifted, our socially awkward son was a square peg in a round hole in the public school system. His father and I watched helplessly as his early love of learning succumbed to the daily torture of trying to fit into the social scene. Read More »

    Cassandra, Parent

  • A sensitive child, my daughter struggled socially and academically in the public school system. Although she had some challenges, none were severe enough to qualify her for an IEP. Read More »

    Jennifer, Parent

  • The best part about Brook Road Academy is the teachers. They helped me out a lot.

    Zarina, Class of 2016

  • Brook Road Academy gave me the sanctuary I needed to develop in my own way. I was able to meet similar-minded people and form some of my strongest friendships. I still keep in touch with a lot of them.

    Conrad, Class of 2011

  • There is no way I can thank Brook Road enough. The attitude and philosophy they advocate completely reinvigorated my passion for education. Brook Road Academy has been the single most impactful experience in my young adult life.

    Brittany, Class of 2008

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