The Brooklyn Charter School is committed to providing a nurturing and supportive community where all students feel secure, recognize their own potential, respect others regardless of race, religion or culture, and are instilled with the desire to learn and achieve. It is our aim to provide a rigorous academic program supported by the Arts & Technology that cultivates the whole child. Through achievement and creativity, and in partnership with our families, students will develop the necessary confidence, intellectual capacity and leadership skills to prepare them for an evolving global society.


At The Brooklyn Charter School, we focus on educating the whole child with a proven approach that combines a model core academic curriculum with strong programs in the visual arts, music and dance.


Tailored to meet the needs of individual students, The Brooklyn Charter School’s curriculum combines a model core academic curriculum that reflects existing Common Core Standards and New York State standards with a strong program in the Arts.

School Bus Transportation

The Brooklyn Charter School works with the New York City Department of Education and remains one of the only charter schools to provide the option of yellow school bus transportation for families in several neighborhoods (Bedford-Stuyvesant, Flatbush, Crown Heights and East New York).

After School Programs

The SUMMIT After-School Program provides age-appropriate, engaging programing to the students of The Brooklyn Charter School. Each day includes Homework Help, Community Building Activities, Healthy Snacks and Recreation and Enrichment Activities.


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First Charter School Authorized by the New York City Department of Education.


Educating 250 students in grades K-5.


Each student is expected to follow and live by 4 cornerstones of success


Two highly qualified educators per classroom.


Free and open to any child, including those with disabilities and ELL.


Non-discriminatory policy welcomes all students regardless of race, gender, religion or culture.