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We are operating with an in-person approach to learning for all students in grades K-5, as well as a hybrid approach for students in grades 6-8. We are also offering a virtual option as an alternative.  Have virtual learning questions, like how to log in to your Chromebook? Check out the Virtual Learning Hub

At a Glance




Amazing Students


Character-building Monthly Virtues


Year Opened
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Breakfast and Lunch

Breakfast and Lunch

We offer healthy, balanced breakfast and lunch to all students. Meals are provided at no cost through the Community Eligibility Provision​ (CEP).

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Before and After School Care

Before and After School Care

We are currently partnering with Torri's Tots to provide on-site before and after school care for our families.

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Busing may be available to students who live in the school district. Otherwise, parents are expected to provide the means for children to get to and from our school.

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Dress Code

Dress Code

We have a dress code designed to reduce distractions so children can focus on academic success. This dress code is flexible and cost effective.

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students in class

Spotlight: Congressman Andre Carson Visits Andrew J. Brown Academy

Andrew J. Brown Academy welcomed Congressman AndrĂ© Carson to meet kindergarten and second-grade scholars. Scholars shared their future goals and current lessons about February’s Moral Focus virtue, courage.

Activities & More

In addition to our academics and moral focus, we support our students with a variety of extra programs.
We've highlighted a few below.
Basketball hoop


Basketball, Track, Soccer, Cheerleading, Cross Country, Flag Football, and Volleyball

A Saxophone


Music, Band and Choir

An Artist's Palette

Visual Arts

Art and Drama classes are available to all students

Chess Pieces


Art Club, Drama Club, Community Service, Book Club, STEM Club, Student Ambassadors, and Safety Patrol


Andrew J. BrownState Average
Black or African American52%13%
White (non-hispanic)3%67%