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School leader:  Audrey Barnes
5259 David Street
Indianapolis, IN 46226

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(317) 964-4100
(317) 543-3525
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Best known for
"We are best known for environmental inquiry."

BASIC INFORMATION

  • Before / After care
    Before, After
  • Dress policy
    None
  • Transportation
    Buses / vans provided for students
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PROGRAMS & CULTURE

  • Academic focus
    Environmental
  • Arts
    None, Choir / Chorus, Creative writing, Poetry, Ceramics...
  • World languages
    None
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10 reviews

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Recent Reviews


Overall:
Submitted by a parent · March 12, 2015
The office people at Brook Park this year are horrible. They are rude to the kids that come in the office. They are smart mouth to the parents. My child will not be there next year if these same women are there.

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Submitted by a parent · February 20, 2015
As of August 2014, Brook Park was lucky enough to be led by a wonderful new principal named Ms. Barnes. She commented that she felt like she was coming into a new school this year. Ms. Barnes has turned this school into a happy, warm, inviting... more

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Submitted by a parent · April 25, 2014
I couln't believe the grade this school recieved from the state. My girls have never been happier, nor more challenged than here at Brook Park. We will always support Brook Park!! My girls grades made straight A's all year long, really hard to... more

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Submitted by a community member · April 08, 2014
brook park and we have done nothing but go down hill.we should all be disciplined if we are not respectful.

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About this school

At Brook Park School of Environmental Studies, students develop a love and respect for nature as they become strong readers and writers. Students work individually and in small groups to develop problem-solving skills. Hands-on projects that encourage the use of technology and scientific learning tools like microscopes and beakers help to foster children’s natural curiosity.

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Last modified: June 2, 2016
Last modified Brook Park Elementary School is a Public school that serves grades 1-6. It has received a GreatSchools rating of 3 out of 10 based on academic quality.
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