With five developmentally appropriate age groupings to strengthen learning and social connections, quality and community are at the heart of all our Summer at Breakwater programs. Running in two week sessions throughout the summer with options for ages 3-18.Read More
Breakwater is sustained and energized by the shared vision of parents, grandparents, teachers, alumni and friends working together to provide an optimal learning experience for each child. We rely on the generosity of the extended Breakwater community to support teaching and learning by offering both volunteer and financial support.Read More
Breakwater's Parent Education and Professional Development programs offer inspiration, information and community building opportunities to new and experienced parents, caregivers and professional educators.Read More
We strongly believe enrolling a diverse and talented group of children and their families benefits all in our school community. Toward this goal, we provide need-based financial assistance to qualified K through 8 families. Aid applications for returning families are due by February 9. Due dates for newly applying families roll with the admissions process.Read More
Please join us for our annual community Harvest Festival from 12pm - 2pm on Saturday, November 4, immediately following our Open House.
Read our post on the importance of connections - why we so value community at Breakwater, what makes ours special, and how it impacts our students.
Featuring a video interview with our founder, El Costa.Read More
At Breakwater, we go outside. A lot. We understand that children need access to nature the same way they need good nutrition and adequate sleep. During Earth Week we bring children in purposeful and playful contact with the natural world, inspiring them to listen, look, question, feel, guess, discuss, and love the things they find all around them.Read More
When we talk about the “Breakwater Way” we talk about curriculum across grade level and throughout our learning community. Our students, from toddler through 8th grade, are engaged in a learning experience that is authentic, hands-on, personalized, challenging and integrated.
But what does this actually look like? How does that show up for children on a daily basis? This is what we strive to make visible during our annual Curriculum Information Night. Read on ....Read More
Seventy-three middle school students piled into buses and traveled to Camp Agawam in Raymond for Breakwater's annual overnight adventure. Next week, Sari Lindauer will take this year's CGF Breakwater Creators overnight to Unity to participate in the Common Ground Fair's "Youth Enterprise Zone".
Why does Breakwater prioritize outside-of-the-classroom learning experiences? Read on....Read More
Current Families: Many at Breakwater describe our school community as an extension of home. We are honored by this acknowledgment, and committed to building strong partnerships between teachers, parents and the children we serve. Welcome to a new school year, and welcome home(-ish)!
To ease your transition from summer to September, here is an easy at-a-glance list of the top 5 important things to do before September 6.Read More
Join us at 3pm on August 26th for the ribbon cutting and launch of the flagship Curiosity Lab on the campus of Breakwater Learning!
We're opening our doors and inviting you in for a first look at the Lab and a chance to play, explore, ask questions, and celebrate together.Read More