First School of Mathematics 1622 Beacon St # A, Brookline, MA02446 First School of Mathematics is a tutoring program for math and science. First School offers after school and weekend…More classes for kids k-12, and also college students. First School offers supplementary or advanced tutoring, as well as SAT prep classes. Its curriculum has been designed especially for the First School of Math, and designed to enhance the in school curriculums of both pubic and private schools. First School's offices and classrooms are located on the third floor, above Beacon Hill Handmade Rugs.
Founded in 1937, the Maimonides School offers a curriculum of Judaic and general studies grounded in Jewish…More tradition. The school serves around 6oo students in kindergarten through 12th grade.
Maimonides includes three schools; the middle and upper schools are housed at the Saval Campus, while the elementary schools is housed in the Bremer building on Clark Road.
Pierce School Extended Day 33 Pierce St, Brookline, MA02445 Pierce School Extended Day is an after-school program for students attending Pierce School. It is located in a school…More building on the Pierce campus and the program begins after school dismissal at 2:30. It can accommodate kids from kindergarten to fifth grade.
From its 36-acre hilltop campus on the West Roxbury border, the Dexter and Southfield schools offer students access…More to a wealth of academic and athletic facilities, including an astronomical observatory and science center.
The Dexter School was founded in the 1920's and operated for three decades in Brookline's Longwood neighborhood before relocating to its current campus adjacent to Larz Anderson Park in 1966. In 1992, Dexter officials decided to open a second school, Southfield, for girls.
The schools are separated, though they share many of the same facilities, administrators and faculty. The Dexter school has about 450 boys, while the Southfield School has about 350 girls. The Southfield School requires uniforms, though the Dexter School does not.
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.
Boston Graduate School of Psychoanalysis 1581 Beacon St, Brookline, MA02446 Founded in 1973, the Boston Graduate School of Psychoanalysis is unique in that it offers training in psychoanalysis…More without requiring more than a Bachelor's degree from its students. The school focuses on the modern school of psychoanalysis and offers both Master's and Doctoral degrees. In addition to its Brookline campus, the school has a smaller satellite campus in New York City.
Brookline Music School 25 Kennard Rd, Brookline, MA02445 Brookline Music School was founded by the Brookline Public School in 1924 as a non-profit community center for the arts.…More Today, the school gives private lessons and classes for all ages. In addition to instuments, it also offers vocal instruction. There is a recital hall for student and faculty concerts, and a scholarship program for students who might otherwise be unable to take a music class. The school currently resides on the William H. Lincoln School's campus.
Originally located in the still-standing school building overlooking Route 9, the William H. Lincoln School moved to…More its new home on Kennard Road in 1994 and now serves nearly 500 students, primarily from the Pill Hill and Whiskey Point neighborhoods.
The schools offers a wide variety of extracurricular activities and holds regular family events throughout the year. The Brookline Early Education Program runs pre-kindergarten classes at the school as well.
Park School 171 Goddard Ave, Brookline, MA02445 With a 26-acre campus across from Larz Anderson Park, the Park School seeks to provide an environment where students in…More pre-kindergarten through ninth grade can develop curiosity, express creativity, appreciate the value of hard work and discipline, and experience the joy of learning. The school was originally founded as a proprietary school in 1888 and moved to its current location in the 1970s.
The Heath School is Brookline's smallest elementary, serving around 419 students from the Chestnut Hill neighborhood.…More The school building, located on a quiet residential street off Route 9, was fully renovated in 1996.
The Brookline Early Education Program runs pre-kindergarten classes at the Heath School. Milly Katzman serves as principal.
With a student body of more than 700, the Edward Devotion School is Brookline's largest elementery. Devotion serves…More the children of Coolidge Corner and North Brookline, and is best known as the childhood school of John F. Kennedy.
Located just outside Coolidge Corner, the Devotion grounds play host to a variety of school and town-wide events, including summertime outdoor movies and the annual Coolidge Corner Arts and Food festivals.
The school attracts a diverse student body, with nearly 40 percent of students speaking English as a second language. The school offers pre-kindergarten class run by the Brookline Early Education Program.
Meridian Academy 1187 Beacon St, Brookline, MA02446 Meridian Academy is an independent, college prep school for students in grades 6 through 12. Its curriculum involves…More both traditional and progressive educational methods. Students here get involved with the surrounding city and its resources through the schools ongoing connection with the outside community. An application to the school can be downloaded off of the website. Students come from public, private and home school backgrounds. Joshua Abrams is the Head of School.
The Edith C. Baker School is Brookline's second largest elementary, serving nearly 700 children from the Chestnut…More Hill and South Brookline communities. A richly diverse school where nearly one-third of students speak English as a second language, the Baker School is home to both the system-wide Korean English Language Learners and Cognitively Impaired Special Education programs. The Brookline Early Education Program runs pre-kindergarten classes at the school.
Two new wings were added when the Baker School was renovated in 2000, creating space for a new library, cafeteria and classrooms. Dr. Mary Brown serves as principal.
Heath School Extended Day Program 100 Eliot St, Chestnut Hill, MA02467 Heath School Extended Day Program is a childcare service for the Heath School community. The service caters to children…More ages 3 - 13 and the objective of the program is to contribute to the social, emotional and cognitive growth of children in a safe environment. The curriculum is developed by the program’s staff and allows students to explore individual interests, self-confidence and new friendships. There are separate hours for PreK and School Age children, School Age being for all children in Kindergarten though grade seven. Heath Extended Day operates on the Brookline Public School Calendar and is closed for all vacation days.
Located adjacent to Town Hall and the Main Library, the Pierce School serves nearly 640 students in kindergarten…More through eighth grade, primarily from the Brookline Village community. The schools is home to a diverse student body, with nearly a third of students speaking English as a second language.
The school is housed in a sprawling 1970's building designed around the "open classroom" philosophy of education. The building features a three-story library space, an outdoor amphitheater and a sky bridge that takes students safely over School Street to the Pierce Playground. Several classrooms are also housed in the school's historic building, built just after the turn of the century.
Housed in an historic school building adjacent to the spacious Longwood Park, the Amos A. Lawrence School serves…More nearly 590 students in kindergarten through eighth grade. The building was fully renovated in 2003, with space added for classrooms, the library and the cafeteria.
The Lawrence School serves a significant number of Japanese students, and is home to the system-wide Japanese English Language Learners program. Outside the classroom, the school's Parent Teacher Organization runs a number of annual events, including fall and spring picnics, a reading program and a poetry night.
Israeli Complementary School 50 Sewall Ave, Brookline, MA02446 Israeli Complementary School is a Hebrew school for students in grades from kindergarten to eighth grade. It offers an…More in-depth curriculum for each grade level, focusing on learning the Hebrew language and teaching students about the Jewish community. It also has events throughout the year, such as summer concerts or lectures and speakers. Classes meet twice a week after regular local school hours and are taught exclusively in Hebrew. Both permanent students and visiting Israeli students are welcome.
School Is Cool Child Care 115 Marion St, Brookline, MA02446 School Is Cool Child Care is a popular child care center conveniently located by the Summit Ave T Station. There are…More separate rooms for infants, toddlers and preschoolers. They also host a summer camp. School Is Cool additionally offers a well-rounded education curriculum infused with fun activities. School Is Cool even has a weekend evening babysitting service to help parents and eliminate the trouble of finding a babysitter.
Founded in 1920 as one of the nation's earliest progressive schools, Beaver Country Day School now serves around 420…More boys and girls in grades 6 through 12 at its 17-acre wooded campus on the Newton line.
In addition to a full academic curriculum, the school offers athletic programs in a wide variety of sports in its 39,000-square-foot athletic center, which opened in 2007. A new 30,000-square-foot Visual and Performing Arts Center opened in 2004.
Brookline Ballet School 1431 Beacon St, Brookline, MA02446 The Brookline Ballet School has two new dance studios that overlook Beacon Street. The facilities are modern, spacious…More and clean. The school has received excellent reviews in The Daily Candy and Improper Bostonian. Along with ballet classes, the studio also offers Yoga Matt Pilates and dance for pre-schoolers. The school has recently added a Dance Groove class, taught by Fawn Heart Cronin.
Lincoln School Playground Kennard Rd & Walnut St, Brookline, MA02445 The Lincoln School grounds includes a woodchip playground, basketball court, and large sloping field ringed by a…More historic brick wall. A second, more secluded playground is located on the far side of the school driveway.