An Authorized International Baccalaureate World/ Neighborhood School
Sunnybrae Elementary is a committed community of students, educators, families, and staff that supports the whole child and honors diversity so that all students can reach their full potential in order to become global citizens who are caring, open-minded, critical thinkers.
Leveled reading removes the "one size fits all" approach to reading, giving each child the opportunity to develop essential skills at his/her own pace.
We at Sunnybrae, are a diverse community of caring and open-minded learners. We ask questions to understand our world and take action to make it a better place. Read more about our school.
In the final year of the IB program, students participate in a culminating project known as the Exhibition. 5th Grade Exhibition
Family Math Night provides an evening of hands on STEM activities. Students, parents and teachers work together to conduct inquiry-based experiments.
Building community is an important part of Sunnybrae's open minded culture. We celebrate and embrace our similarities and learn from our differences.
High-quality teaching is essential for student success. Sunnybrae teachers work collaboratively to expand best practices and student learning.
Our International Holiday Sing along is an annual favorite celebrated right before winter break. This is a not-to-miss school community event filled with inspiring international holiday selections.
Literacy centers are designed for students to work with partners or in small groups to meet literacy goals. Our literacy centers are engaging and an exceptional educational experience for all students.
Fifth Grade IB Exhibition
We are very proud of our fifth grade students for completing their IB exhibition projects this past March 1st. The students worked very hard to research and present on different topics of their interest. They also developed an action plan as a next step to support their topic. Thank you to all the parents, mentors and community members who came out to see the fifth grade students do their presentations.