Brookline Nail Design 52 Boylston St, Brookline, MA02445 The staff is friendly and conversational at this spacious, clean and quiet nail salon. Brookline Nail Design welcomes…More customers of all ages including students from Brookline High School.
With a student body of nearly 1800, Brookline High School offers a wide range of academic courses, including a…More variety of specialized classes. It claims to have the largest interscholastic athletic program in New England, with around 1,300 student athletes playing on 74 different teams.
The Public Schools of Brookline serves more than 6,300 students in pre-school through 12th grade at its eight…More elementery schools, one high school, and a variety of special- and early-education programs. The district employs a total of 477 teachers, giving it a student-to-teacher ratio of 12.9 to 1.
The Brookline schools are goverened by the nine elected members of the School Committee, which meets regularly in a hearing room adjacent to the school department offices on the fifth floor of Town Hall. Dr. William Lupini is the town's superintendent of schools.
New England Hebrew Academy 9 Prescott St, Brookline, MA02446 New England Hebrew Academy was founded in 1944 to offer students a well rounded Judaic and secular education. They…More accept students from preschool to middle school. The teaching staff is held to a high standard and encourages students' individual skills and talents. The curriculum is constantly revised to meet and exceed local and federal standards. The school's campus is in the Cottage Farm section of Brookline, and has modern and up-to-date facilities.
Webster House 20 Webster Pl, Brookline, MA02445 Webster House, a division of nonprofit human services organization Vinfen, offers a wide variety of services to people…More with mental health issues. Its members participate in primarily art-based therapeutic activities, work in its kitchen, receive job training and take classes equivalent to those offered in high school.
Travel by Design 1075 Beacon St, Brookline, MA02446 For almost two decades, Liz Lalos has been creating customized tours. Her focus has been primarily on creating…More educational experiences for high school and college groups, primarily to destinations in Western Europe, an area of the world that she knows in depth. In an age when most travel agencies have closed up shop, she continues to prosper primarily by word of mouth. If you're thinking of putting together a group tour, you won't find better help planning it than here.
Located just off Beacon Street in Coolidge Corner, Temple Sinai draws a Reform Jewish congregation from around the…More Boston area. The temple welcomes everyone to participate, "no matter what their approach to embracing Judaism or degree of Jewish literacy."
The temple offers a full religious education curriculum for kindergarten through high school, as well as life-long learning programs for adults. Youth programs are available for grades 3 through 12.