Chestnut Hill Benevolent Association 910 Boylston St, Chestnut Hill, MA02467 Chestnut Hill Benevolent Association offers Christian Science nursing services and nurse training services. It offers…More inpatient, outpatient, mother and infant care, independent care services for seniors and rest and study space for Christian Scientists visiting the area. Chestnut Hill Benevolent Association also provides a Christian Science Nurses Training Program for students to attend.
Chestnut Hill Educational Services 168 Shaw Rd, Chestnut Hill, MA02467 Chestnut Hill Educational Services offers tutoring for kids grade 5 through college. They cover most academic subjects…More 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.
Dr. David Sloan-Rossiter 1101 Beacon St, Brookline, MA02446 Dr. David Sloan-Rossiter is a clinical psychologist in the Brookline area. He also served as an Instructor…More in Psychology in the Department of Psychiatry at Harvard Science. Call to schedule an appointment.
Dr. Karen Melikian 1577 Beacon St, Brookline, MA02446 Dr. Karen Melikian is a social worker and psychotherapist in the Brookline area. She specializes in youth…More and adolescent counseling, and is currently a clinical researcher with Harvard Science. Call to make an appointment and learn more about her practice.
Development Guild/DDI 233 Harvard St, Brookline, MA02446 Development Guild/DDI provides consulting services to nonprofit organizations. This company works with organizations…More that are involved with education, the arts, human services and health and science. Visit the Development Guild/DDI's website for more information on services and clients.
Digizyme 88 Naples Rd, Brookline, MA02446 Digizyme is a home-based design company that focuses on clients in the science and medical fields. The company's…More portfolio includes more than 100 Web sites, multimedia projects and clients. Call or visit the Web site for more information.
Dr. Suzanne Palitz 1101 Beacon St, Brookline, MA02446 Dr. Suzanne Palitz is a clinical psychologist in the Brookline area. Currently she also serves as a clinical…More instructor in psychology in the Department of Psychiatry at Harvard Science.
Club Z In Home Tutoring Services 41 Marion St, Brookline, MA02446 Club Z offers a variety of tutoring subjects, from reading and writing and math and science, to foreign languages,…More speech therapy and music lessons. All tutoring is done in the student's home, and all tutors are state-certified teachers or degreed professionals. Tutors are available to help kids review their class work or do their homework and also help to prepare for tests. Tutors can work at different times of the day, in order to find a convienient schedule for their students.
Longyear Museum 1125 Boylston St, Chestnut Hill, MA02467 Longyear Museum is an independent historical museum that recognizes the spiritual discoveries and work of Mary Baker…More Eddy, the founder of Christian Science. The museum is committed to advancing the understanding of her life and the lives of Christian scientists who assisted her in establishing this worldwide religion. Founded by philanthropist Mary Beecher Longyear, it first opened in Longyear’s former home in Brookline, Massachusetts before moving to the present location in Chestnut Hill in 1999. Guests can look at paper documents, photographs, art, artifacts and more on the museum grounds.
Little Children Schoolhouse 306 Washington St, Brookline, MA02445 Little Children Schoolhouse is a daycare for infants, toddlers, preschoolers and kids in pre-K. Each age group has its…More own curriculum. Little Children Schoolhouse offers weekly yoga classes, music classes, science programs and some field trips. It also offer bilingual programs. The school has two locations on Washington St., and another which is a block away on Harvard St.
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.
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.
Temple Emeth Nursery School offers toddlers and children an enriching curriculum centered on promoting creativity,…More socialization, individuality and religious education. Certified and experienced teachers help parents and children ease into the transitional processes of first separations and eventual entrance into kindergarten.
Temple Emeth Nursery School has a multicultural environment, open to all students. Daily programs begin with play and socialization and an introduction to crafts, arts, sciences and religious education for the 3- and 4-year olds. Play is encouraged and always supervised.
Toddler schedules are available in two- or three-day programs, while pre-kindergarten schedules are offered in three-day, five-day or extended day programs. Schedule details are available on Temple Emeth's website. Lunch is provided for children attending extended day programs.