Renbrook offers a safe community where students take appropriate risks and identify and cultivate their own strengths during their most formative years of development.
At Renbrook School a robust and challenging program extends well beyond the classroom. We help students understand how to be effective members of a community and in the process they form lifelong relationships with each other and with their teachers.
Students and teachers enjoy and explore their natural surroundings on our 75-acre campus and on trips further afield. Renbrook adults and children are active in the greater Hartford community, whether through community service, by participating in the annual MATHCOUNTS competition, or by walking with Archbishop Desmond Tutu for the Connecticut Peace Walk.
Renbrook is a community where young people may take appropriate risks in a safe setting; where they are known and loved; where seeds are planted and nurtured – seeds that will blossom for many years to come.
Students present a video they created for our MLK All-School Assembly
Renbrook School is a co-ed independent day school serving students in preschool through grade nine in West Hartford, CT.
At Renbrook, the campus and its innovative facilities provide the perfect setting for active learning. We are committed to educating the whole student – intellectually, socially, and ethically. With the guidance of dedicated teachers, Renbrook students become drivers of their own learning and empowered seekers of knowledge.
Renbrook is a nurturing community that is rich in its diversity. Families of different backgrounds, races, religions, and nationalities all come together at Renbrook, sharing the common values of respect and inclusivity. We value strong relationships between the school and its families, a sense of community within the school, and a tradition of service to others.
Alumni often remember the lessons learned on the sports fields at Renbrook and under the tutelage of their teacher coaches. The competitive emphasis varies according to the physical, emotional, and social needs of each student.The experience builds a sense of responsibility to oneself and one's team, and team pride.