We believe in creating well-round students who posses both the academic and social-emotional skills necessary to be productive citizens of the 21st Century.
We are School of the Future Brooklyn
We are the leaders that the world has been waiting to see!
We stand tall and take pride in fulfilling our dreams.
Being diligent is in our DNA, we will not allow obstacles to stand in our way.
Our resilience will be the reason we win.
We will strive to be the best at the very end.
We are focused, this not a game.
We are serious and determined for the world to know our name.
The community in which we learn is keeping us on track.
We are disciplined; we will not react.
School of the Future teaches us that we are the best.
There’s nothing that can stop us from being a success!
We are School Of The Future Brooklyn
Wit & Wisdom is a K-8 English curriculum that brings rich, knowledge-building content into your classroom. Wit & Wisdom helps you meet the expectations of the new standards while celebrating the joy of reading and writing with your students.
Eureka Math — also known as EngageNY — is a complete, PreK through 12curriculum that carefully sequences the mathematical progressions into expertly crafted modules. Eureka Math provides educators with a comprehensive curriculum, in-depth professional development, books, and support materials.
Our 8th graders have the opportunity to take the Algebra I Regents. Students will be able to enter high school with 2 credits towards graduation. Our 3 year plan involves preparing all students to take the Algebra Regents.
Amplify Science blends hands-on investigations, literacy-rich activities, and interactive digital tools to empower students to think, read, write, and argue like real scientists and engineers.
Our 8th graders have the opportunity to take the Living Environment Regents. Students will be able to enter high school with 2 credits towards graduation.
The NYCDOE K-8: Passport to Social Studies program is a comprehensive instructional resource that integrates the Common Core Learning Standards (CCLS) and the New York State K-8 Social Studies Framework to support strong social studies teaching and learning.
An effective social studies program allows students to make sense of the world in which they live, make connections between major ideas and their own lives, and see themselves as active members of a global community. While knowledge of content is very important, it is equally important to engage our students in historical thinking. This program challenges students to think like historians and encourages them to raise questions, think critically, consider many perspectives, and gather evidence in support of their interpretations through the practice of chronological processing, decision-making, and historical research and analysis. These real-world skills will serve students well as participating citizens of a democracy.
With more than 33 million speakers, Spanish is the second largest language in the United States.
The Blueprints for Teaching and Learning in the Arts provide teachers with a path to follow for developing curriculum in all arts disciplines, and provide benchmarks for what children should know, understand, and be able to do in dance, music, theater, and visual arts at critical junctures in their intellectual, physical, and emotional development.
School of the Future Brooklyn was one of the twenty-two schools selected to receive a substantial boost from Borough President Adams’ FY19 capital budget in order the fund STEM through Brooklyn. SOFBK received $225,000 for A-Stem Carts.
“A noted educator once said, ‘Don’t tell me where your priorities are…show me where you spend your money and I’ll tell you what they are,’” said Borough President Adams. “This budget shows the world where Brooklyn’s priorities are: preparing our children for college and career success that will power the future of our city — STEAM power. This capital budget is helping to cultivate Brooklyn’s next generation of scientists, engineers, technicians, architects, and innovators. This is about ensuring that our young people are empowered with the skills to compete in the global economy once they graduate from their studies.”
President Obama launched the My Brother’s Keeper initiative to address persistent opportunity gaps faced by boys and young men of color and ensure that all young people can reach their full potential.
At School of the Future, we've matched each of our young men with a male mentor. Mentors meet with their mentees weekly to participate in team building and self-awareness activities.
GEMS mission is to empower girls around the world to think big and realize their full potential.
At School of the Future Brooklyn, we've matched each young girl with a female mentor. Mentors meet with their mentees weekly to participate in team building and self-awareness activities.
Mindfulness is defined " as a state of mind: the act of “paying attention on purpose” to the present moment, with a “non-judgmental” attitude."
Mindfulness practices in schools have shown to decreases stress and anxiety, increase attention, improve interpersonal relationships, and strengthen compassion.
We have a Mindfulness Room that students can use if they need to take a few moments to themselves.
These ten modules are designed to encourage students to expand their mindset around going to college and to prepare students with the knowledge and resources needed to understand how to navigate their journey to college from middle school.
Our students have the opportunity to attend college tours both in state and out-of-state. To date, our students have visited Brooklyn College, Seton Hall, Morgan State, Villanova, Bloomfield College and Howard. University,