Burgundy believes children learn best in an inclusive, creative and nurturing environment that engages the whole child. Our innovative, hands-on approach to education cultivates independent thinking, promotes academic excellence, instills respect for diversity, and teaches responsibility for self, for others, and for the natural world.

  • Join us to celebrate two beloved faculty members!

    Please join us to celebrate two beloved faculty members, Ann Van Deusen and Deborah Clark Ives, at a retirement reception on Saturday, May 30, 2-4 p.m. at Burgundy. All members of the Burgundy community -- past and present -- are invited! Ann, who joined Burgundy as the first full-time librarian in 1981, will retire in June. Deborah, our long-term drama teacher, will transition to a new phase of her theater education career.

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  • Earth Day Activities

    Because our campus and outdoor education is so important to us, Burgundy always has lots of special activities for Earth Day. After gardening, collecting trash, and more, the school came together for an afternoon assembly.