About Berrybrook School
The Berrybrook School is a non-profit overseen by a Board of Directors. The Board consists of past and present Berrybrook parents and alumni, as well as interested individuals from the community. The Board meets on a regular schedule throughout the year. Members' names, meeting agendas and meeting minutes are posted at the school for parents. The first 15 minutes of each Board meeting is set aside for public commentary and parents are welcome.
Berrybrook is a National Association for the Education of Young Children Accredited Program, and recognized as providing children with a high-quality early education. For more information on the NAEYC and what it means to be accredited, visit their website.
Berrybrook School is situated on 27.33 acres of land that includes school buildings and beautiful woods and trails. It is surrounded by 40.57 acres of conservation land owned by the Town of Duxbury consisting of 27.23 acres of open field on the south side of Winter Street, and a 13.3 acre open field and woods on the north side of Winter Street. The town of Duxbury has named the conservation land Berrybrook Fields. This scenic agricultural streetscape is rare in the region, and also contains rare species habitat.