In an atmosphere of mutual respect, to help all students to appreciate their uniqueness, to realize the extent of their aptitudes, and to utilize their abilities to the fullest extent.
Berkley Communit y School is a preschool through grade four school in the town of Berkley, Massachusetts. Founded in 1735, the town of Berkley has a population of 5,900. Established as a P-4 school in December 2001, the school currently has an enrollment of 501 students.
Berkley Community School seeks to provide each child with a safe, nurturing, positive atmosphere that will enhance his/her ability to develop as a person. We believe in providing a rich academic environment that challenges each child to achieve at his/her highest potential. Berkley Community School seeks to teach children to be responsible members of both their school and community by working to build strong relationships among students, staff members and families.
Notice of Non-Discrimination
Berkley School department does not discriminate based on a student's race, color, sex, religion, national origin, disability or sexual orientation. All students have equal access to admission to school, courses, extracurricular activities and employment opportunities. Students will not be excluded for reasons of marriage or pregnancy. If a student believes s/he is the victim of discrimination, s/he should notify the Title IX, Chapter 622 coordinator, Mrs. Kimberly Hebert, Berkley Middle School principal.
Berkley Public Schools is committed to ensuring that all its programs and facilities are accessible to all members of the public. We do not discriminate on the basis of age, color, disability, national origin, homeless status, race, religion, gender identity or sexual orientation.