An Independent K-8 School for Girls

Burke’s mission is to educate, encourage, and empower girls. Our school combines academic excellence with an appreciation for childhood so that students thrive as learners, develop a strong sense of self, contribute to community, and fulfill their potential, now and throughout life.

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  • 1908

    Year Founded
  • 400

    Approximate number of Students
  • 48%

    Students of Color
  • 26

    Number of Preschools Represented in Current Kindergarten
  • 28%

    Students Receiving Financial Assistance
  • 93

    Faculty & Staff
  • 6:1

    Student to Teacher Ratio
  • 3.5

    Acre Campus

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List of 5 events.

  • Feb
    26

    Classes Resume

  • Mar
    2

    Burke's Benefit

  • Mar
    8

    International Women's Day Celebration

  • Mar
    14

    Lower School & Upper School Conferences: No Classes K-8

    While classes are not in session on Parent-Teacher Conference Days, parents, and Upper School students are expected to be available for conferences on one of the two March conference days.
  • Mar
    20

    Symposium Speaker with Parent Ed Committee

    Details and timing to be announced.
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At Burke’s, every girl shines in her own way. Our school is the place and space for expansive thinking, personal and academic exploration, and developing the courage and confidence to shine brightly. We invite every family to see how their child can shine at Burke’s.
Burke's mission is to educate, encourage and empower girls. Our school combines academic excellence with an appreciation for childhood so that students thrive as learners, develop a strong sense of self, contribute to community, and fulfill their potential, now and throughout life.
Burke's admits students of any race, color, national and ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the school. It does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national and ethnic origin in administration of its educational policies, admissions policies, scholarship and loan programs, and athletic and other school-administered programs.