Berkeley Carroll is committed to innovation. At every level of our school we continually ask the question, “How can we be better?” Whether it is about adding to our academic program, increasing our faculty, or improving our facilities, we act decisively, thoughtfully and quickly.
In meeting our mission of creating critical, ethical, and global thinkers we look for our students to develop individual voices. We want our students to take charge of their learning and be active learners, problem solvers, and collaborators.
Berkeley Carroll is truly a city school, and since we are located in one of the most exciting neighborhoods in New York City, we look to take advantage of all that it offers. Our campus stretches across Park Slope and our modern facilities support the full range of our academic, artistic, and athletic endeavors. We encourage interested families to sign up for tours of our academic buildings, Athletic Center, and Performing Arts Center. In the very near future we will be adding new libraries, state of the art science labs, and a most exciting STEAM lab. With an increased emphasis on STEAM (science, technology, engineering, art and math), this new space will be used by students for unique experiments, research, and cutting edge work in all areas.
Our school is large and dynamic and our strength is that each and every one of our students is known and appreciated. The strong, positive bonds between teachers and students is the cornerstone of a Berkeley Carroll education.
Equipped with the skills they learn at Berkeley Carroll our students are well prepared for success in college and beyond. All of us at Berkeley Carroll feel very fortunate to be a part of such a vibrant intellectual community and celebrate the diverse perspectives and backgrounds of each of its members.
Robert D. Vitalo
Head of School
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