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Brimmer and May School

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Overview:

Brimmer and May is a coeducational, independent, nonsectarian day school, pre-k through twelfth grade.

69 Middlesex Road Chestnut Hill, MA 02467

view phone617 278 2333

Website: http://brimmerandmay.org

Grade: PK - 12
400 students
Established in: 1880
Student Teacher Ratio: 6:1
Uniforms Required: No
Average Class Size: 12

Description:

Brimmer and May's curriculum combines academic rigor with innovative practices and a global focus. Emphasizing ethical citizenship and active learning, Brimmer and May cultivates responsible, articulate, and motivated students in a caring, inclusive, and diverse community. Dedicated to academic excellence since 1880, Brimmer and May is the only school in New England cited as a "Model School" for 21st century learning by the National Association of Independent Schools. ... Read More >>
Brimmer and May's curriculum combines academic rigor with innovative practices and a global focus. Emphasizing ethical citizenship and active learning, Brimmer and May cultivates responsible, articulate, and motivated students in a caring, inclusive, and diverse community. Dedicated to academic excellence since 1880, Brimmer and May is the only school in New England cited as a "Model School" for 21st century learning by the National Association of Independent Schools. Hide

More Information:

Accreditations: Assoc. of Independent Schools of New England, National Association of Independent Schools
Tuition:
Financial aid: Voluntary Pre-kindergarten Program
Top 3 universities graduates attend: Harvard University , Tufts University, Princeton University
Religious programs: Not Applicable
Percentage of teachers with advanced degrees: 74
Day Care: No
AP classes: Biology, Calculus, English Literature and Composition, Environmental Science, French Language, Microeconomics, Music Theory, Physics, Spanish Language, Studio Art, World History
Foreign languages taught: Chinese, French, Spanish
Athletic programs: Baseball, Basketball, Cross Country, Golf, Lacrosse, Physical Education, Soccer, Softball, Curling, Field Hockey
Fine Arts taught: Acting, Art, Band, Broadcast Production, Ceramics, Choir/Chorus, Creative Writing, Drama, Draw, Journalism, Music, Painting, Photography, Video, Yearbook, Other
Special Service: Not Applicable
Standardized tests given: Portfolios, Preliminary Scholastic Achievement Test, Scholastic Achievement Test
Academic and Enrichment programs: International Field Trips, Summer Camps

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