Madiba Prep's Vision

Madiba Prep Middle School of Social Justice and Innovation, in collaboration with parents and the community, seeks to inspire all students to become well-rounded, innovative thinkers and problem solvers with the intellect, ethics, and confidence to compete in a global arena.


Madiba Prep Middle School of Social Justice and Innovation is a learning community where scholars are steeped in the rigorous pursuit of critical thinking skills, communication, technological literacy, self-awareness, social, and character development. Parents and community stakeholders support the development of scholars who are productive, contributing citizens in the local and global context. Our scholars will learn and acquire the necessary skills and competencies to meet the demands of top colleges and careers.

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Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world.”

— Nelson Mandela

Scholar's observing chemical reactions in the laboratory.

Scholar's observing chemical reactions in the laboratory.

Pictured: Principal Anne-Marie Malcolm (left), NYS Senator Velmanette Montgomery (middle), Superintendent Rahesha Harrison-Amon (right)

Pictured: Principal Anne-Marie Malcolm (left), NYS Senator Velmanette Montgomery (middle), Superintendent Rahesha Harrison-Amon (right)

Scholar's note taking during class time.

Scholar's note taking during class time.

Madiba Prep, located in Bedford-Stuyvesant, Brooklyn, serves scholars in grades 6-8. Madiba not only focuses on the academics, but also the social and emotional well being of our scholars. We prepare and position our scholars to take the information that they have learned in the classroom and propose a solution to real world problems within their local community and make connections to our global community.

Our special initiatives include partnerships with Good Shepherd Services and The Leadership Program which provide an eclectic mix of activities both during and after school hours. The Alvin Ailey Dance Theater provides an eight week residency which infuses American History with dance, and provides whole school professional development. Fencers Club, a grant funded program, provide world class fencers to train students in Foil style fencing. The Middle School Arts Matter grantee support the provision of Visual Arts and Theater to our scholars.

Madiba Prep Middle School a proud member of District 16.

Madiba Prep Middle School a proud member of District 16.

PARTNERSHIPS

  • 21st Century Community Learning Center Grant - The Leadership Program 
  • Good Shepherd Services After School Program 
  • ALGEBRA for ALL 
  • Columbia University - Teacher’s College Reading & Writing Program 
  • New York Institute of Technology  
  • Bedford Academy High School  
  • BELA Charter High School 
  • Brooklyn Conservatory of Music 
  • American Association of Blacks in Energy  
  • SHSAT Program 
  • JUMP Math Program
  • COLLEGE ACCESS for ALL
  • Middle School Quality Initiative 
  • Urban Advantage
  • Arts Matter Program 
  • Balance Dance Theater Saturday Program 
  • Woodhull Hospital ABLE Program 
  • Teen Thursday 
  • St. John’s Bread & Life 
  • Entertainers 4 Education Alliance: 2019 Trip to Madrid, Spain 
  • Bed-Stuy Community Garden 
  • 100 Schools Project

 

 

 

 

Madiba Prep Middle School of Social Justice and Innovation

1014 LAFAYETTE AVENUE BROOKLYN, NEW YORK 11221 | 718.574.2804 | DIRECTIONS