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Only At CBA

We understand that parents have many choices for their child’s education. From other prestigious local private schools to top-notch area public schools the competition is fierce. So what makes families choose Chesterbrook Academy and stay until their child graduates? The fact that so many great things can be found #OnlyAtCBA. Let us tell you more.

What is Pride Time?

Pride Time is a unique feature that you’ll find #OnlyAtCBA. Every morning, the entire school gathers together to say the Pledge, share important updates for the day, and celebrate our students’ points of pride. From their 7th birthday or a lost tooth, to finally achieving Grand Champion in First in Math or getting a paw print for leading the Kindness Pledge, we’re proud of our students and they’re proud of each other. Pride Time allows us to come together to celebrate what it truly means to be a Chesterbrook lion.

Special Grade Level Projects
Kindergarten Character Day
Students begin their Character Day project by selecting their favorite book and will slowly build a book report written in their words. The culmination of the project happens when they take the spotlight on our stage and present to classmates and parents alike dressed as their favorite character from the book. It’s one of our favorite events and we know you’ll love it just as much.
2nd Grade Wolf Sanctuary Benefit
Through student-led research, second grade students will spend their last semester learning about wolves' habitats, behavior, and history. When their research is complete, they’ll virtually visit the wolves of the Wolf Sanctuary of Lititz and host an ice cream fundraiser to benefit the Sanctuary. Students are engaged every step of the process, from gathering the ice cream, marketing via posters in the school, and facilitating the actual sale to their classmates. To celebrate the end of the fundraiser, students take an in-person field trip the Sanctuary, present officials with their donation, and choose the wolf they wish to “adopt.”
4th Grade App Design Challenge
Our 4th graders participate in the App Design Showcase. Students start by asking themselves "What problem could I solve in my community?". They then brainstorm, plan, prototype and share an original app that could solve this problem. A project like this allows students to collaborate, think and design both creatively and critically while enabling them to make connections beyond the classroom walls.
Outdoor Learning

Our robust outdoor learning spaces are a true asset to our school. We partner with the Chester County Food Bank – they provide various vegetable seeds, along with best practices for planting, growing and harvesting.

We provide them with lettuce, spinach, potatoes, tomatoes, squash, kale and more. In addition, our outdoor stage allows us to host performances, ukulele practice, graduations, and more.

Weeding the kale
Radishes for the food bank
Taking inventory
Collecting the clovers
Harvesting the garden