Welcome to the Brooklin School
The Brooklin School is the hidden jewel on the Blue Hill Peninsula. We are an inclusive Pre-Kindergarten through 8th grade school providing art, music, foreign language, sports and an enriching academic program. Staff and teachers are imaginative, innovative, and nurturing. Our school has a technology-rich environment which incorporates STEAM-based activities. We strive to create well-rounded, responsible citizens of the 21st century.


  • Dutch Soccer Academy Dutch Soccer Academy at Blue Hill Consolidated School May 12 & 13 and May 19 & 20.The camp is held on consecutive weekends. Friday and Saturday. Grades K-8. Grades k-3 friday 3-5 pm saturday 12:30-2:30Grades 4-8 friday 5-7:30 saturday 2:30-5:00Bring soccer ball, water bottle, cleats/sneakers, snack shin guards, warm clothes for cold or rain.Online Registration.Camp is held at Blue Hill Consolidated SchoolThe Maine based program offers instruction to approx. 1800 students per year offering European style curriculum tailored to the cognitive soccer development needs of various ages and skill levels, both beginning and advanced.
    Posted by Benjamin Moss
  • Brooklin School Principal Search Please see the file attached to this page to see the timeline of the search process. Thank you.
    Posted Apr 26, 2017, 7:41 AM by Benjamin Moss
  • Superintendent's Memo 4.26.17 Please download the memo below or click here.Thanks.
    Posted Apr 26, 2017, 7:40 AM by Benjamin Moss
  • Public Digital Education Workshops The Island Institute and Town of Brooklin are sponsoring a couple workshops at the town office on May 8 & May 15. One is for Website Design and the other is Facebook for Business. Click the file below to download and view the flyer for more information.
    Posted Apr 25, 2017, 6:06 AM by Benjamin Moss
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  • PTF news this week Thank you to Allison Watters, Molly Blake, Jillian Tripp and Jeff and Maribeth Carson for working hard to let the teachers and staff know they are very well appreciated during ...
    Posted May 17, 2017, 7:35 AM by Molly Blake
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Academic Updates


  • New works We have some new and exciting works in our classroom; one of these works is the lowercase moveable alphabet. We are finding all the letters in our names, as well as creating our own words and making high frequency words and rhyming words.  We are working towards mastery of matching letter sounds to the letter symbol, and are becoming experts of identifying rhyming words as well as identifying the first and last sounds we hear/say in a word.  Another new work is our puzzle map of the seven continents..... and yes, the children WILL knock your socks off when they use the word continent, or tell you that Asia is the largest continent!A new favorite is the three ...
    Posted May 18, 2017, 10:20 AM by Julie Wilson
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Grades K-1

  • Sunny day We are making good use of this sunny day! - Literacy outdoors! 
    Posted May 17, 2017, 11:41 AM by Angela Bishop
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Grades 2-3

  • Heart Healthy Activities To learn about their body and how important their heart is, the kids worked together to put together a body puzzle that showed vital organs and the circulatory system.Lori ...
    Posted May 6, 2017, 7:59 AM by Vicki Hull
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Grades 4-5

  • Math Update - Geoboard beauty! While learning about the properties of triangles and quadrilaterals, we had some fun exploring geoboards. The images the students made were stunning! How many squares can you find in each ...
    Posted May 7, 2017, 1:13 PM by Rebecca Tapley
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Grades 6-7

  • Survey says... 6th and 7th grade mathematicians have been learning all about statistics. They've learned about finding representative samples and aiming to avoid bias. They've also been exploring ways of ...
    Posted May 7, 2017, 1:18 PM by Rebecca Tapley
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Grade 8

  • Writing Update All students need to learn how to study, which is why we took some time to learn about learning strategies supported by cognitive research. In the process of learning about ...
    Posted May 7, 2017, 1:39 PM by Rebecca Tapley
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  • It's the week before the vacation, OH MY.(trying to figure out how to rotate image) K/1 students learned about texture and created a texture wall piece.2/3 Could't see the forrest for the trees.  So we made decorative trees in Kadinsky style ...
    Posted May 1, 2017, 8:51 AM by Sarah Doremus
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  • Blue Hill Art opening The band played at the Blue Hill Art opening again this year. They are quite amazing. All their hard work and band experience pays off when it comes to crunch ...
    Posted Apr 10, 2017, 5:17 AM by Benjamin Moss
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World Languages

  • Mas Noticias de Espanol El 6 abril 2017Middle School Spanish students have been perfecting more verb conjugations and translating phrases. Several students are ready to begin learning the basics of forming the past ...
    Posted Apr 6, 2017, 11:26 AM by Vicki Richardson
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Phys Ed

  • 6-8       Middle schoolers developing their passing and shooting skills in an activity called Team Champ!
    Posted Jan 10, 2017, 10:55 AM by Mark Ensworth
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  • RESEARCH MADE EASIER Here is an online research planner you can use and save to keep your research focused and in one place you can return to over and over again.  Try it ...
    Posted Mar 9, 2017, 10:18 AM by Marcia Schatz
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  • Thanks, Hank Our friend Hank at the Surry Transfer Station has been keeping an eye out for useful junk for our technology club. We had some fun last week taking apart an ...
    Posted by Benjamin Moss
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Program Updates

Genius Hour

  • Geniuses at Genius hour! Here a student was given some chain and this is what she did in an hour. AMAZINGThis student read  he graphic noveland created a life size collaged wall ...
    Posted May 1, 2017, 9:31 AM by Sarah Doremus
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  • Spring Soccer Brooklin School Spring Soccer: Practices are Monday, Tuesday and Thursdays from 3:00-4:30. 1-8th graders at the Brooklin School are invited to come and play spring ...
    Posted Apr 25, 2017, 6:02 AM by Benjamin Moss
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Boat Building

  • Paddle Board Progress After many months of cutting out pieces, planing, stitching, and glueing, the paddle boards are really beginning to take shape!
    Posted May 8, 2017, 7:03 PM by Vicki Hull
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Title I

  • Read to your child from infancy Follow this link to an article about the importance of reading to your child - or any child:https://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2017/05/170504083146.htm
    Posted May 11, 2017, 4:36 AM by Sharon Thoner
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Special Education

  • Early signs of a learning disability (dyslexia, dysgraphia, memory, fluency, etc.) Check out this article from ATTitude magazine! While you are at it, check out their website and their twitter feed.  You will need to cut and paste the URL into ...
    Posted May 18, 2017, 5:22 AM by Sharon Thoner
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