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Pine Manor College
400 Heath St, Chestnut Hill, MA 02467
This all women's college, which has been in its current location since 1965, will turn 100 in 2011. Pine Manor CollegeMore once catered to privileged young ladies, but has since found a new lease on life as the nations' most diverse liberal arts college. Its target population is now students from poor urban areas, who might not otherwise get the opportunity to attend college. It has partnered with school districts and community groups to further its new mission.
Chestnut Hill Educational Services
168 Shaw Rd, Chestnut Hill, MA 02467
Chestnut Hill Educational Services offers tutoring for kids grade 5 through college. They cover most academic subjectsMore including English, reading and literature, world history and civics, math, science and public speaking. They also offer standardized test preparation for MCAS and SAT. They are available for consulting on the college application process and college selection.
Wheelock College
43 Hawes St, Brookline, MA 02446
Wheelock College is a private university with campus locations on both sides of the Muddy River in Boston. There are aMore variety of on-campus dining options, and students can sign up for one of a range of available meal plans. Students can utilize the online graduate programs at Wheelock College, whichen able them to complete degree work without setting foot in a classroom.
Newbury College
129 Fisher Ave, Brookline, MA 02445
Located at the top of a hill in a quiet neighborhood, Newbury College is an intimate institution dedicated to theMore success of its students. It accommodates both traditional and part-time students. The college offers a private liberal arts education geared towards professional success with small class sizes which allow for a close connection between students and faculty. Although the student body is small, the college still has campus housing and an active student life. There are 13 Men's and Women's Division III athletics teams, a student run radio station, and many on-campus clubs. With its close proximity to downtown Boston, it has all the perks of a small town school with the excitement of living in a big city.
Hellenic College and Holy Cross Greek Orthodox School of Theolog
50 Goddard Ave, Brookline, MA 02445
In addition to functioning as an accredited liberal arts school, Hellenic College is home to Holy Cross GreekMore Orthodox School of Theology, which offers advanced degrees in Greek Orthodox theology. It's notable both for its role as a leading American center of Greek Orthodox theology (they proudly stake claim to being "the only faith based Orthodox undergraduate school in the western hemisphere") and its distinctive architecture and campus. The seminary was founded in 1937, moved to Brookline in 1946 and spun off its undergraduate programs in 1968 to form Hellenic College.