Brassfield was established as a traditional school on June 7, 1988 in Raleigh, North Carolina. In 2007, Brassfield transitioned to a Year Round School in order to accommodate its growing student population. Currently, our school is comprised of approximately 775 students who are dispersed among four calendar schedules (or tracks).
The Brassfield staff is comprised of highly qualified teachers who continue to extend their learning to remain current in the evolving field of education. The instructional program at Brassfield immerses students in interactive learning opportunities using digital tools to increase engagement and participation in collaborative tasks, problem solving, and critical thinking. Brassfield has consistently sustained high student achievement, and is proud of our committment to ensuring that every child makes significant growth each school year.
Brassfield has an active, involved PTA and parent population. Our parents volunteer their time, talents, and resources to collaborate with the staff in order to provide quality education for our children. Family and community contributions are essential to our students' success. You can find more information about becoming a volunteer and/or joining the PTA under the Parents link on the main website.
One visit to our Brassfield campus is all it takes for anyone to understand why our school is a great place for teaching and learning!
Mission, Vision, and Values
Brassfield Road Elementary School will provide a relevant and engaging education and will graduate students who are collaborative, creative, effective communicators and critical thinkers.
As you walk through the doors of Brassfield Road Elementary, students, teachers, and parents will be fully engaged in meaningful learning opportunities. We will collaborate, in person and virtually through the use of innovative applications on modern technological devices, to investigate and solve real world problems. Relationships will be nurtured through acts of recognition, kindness, and professionalism. Teaching and learning will be at the forefront of all distributive decision making processes.
We value collaboration and opportunities to grow.
We value each other (students, teachers, parents, and volunteers) and our time.
We value purposeful instruction.
We value community support.
We value accountability.