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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 , Brown 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, Other
Foreign languages taught: Chinese, French, Spanish
Athletic programs: Baseball, Basketball, Cross Country, Golf, Lacrosse, Physical Education, Soccer, Softball, Curling
Fine Arts taught: Acting, Art, Band, Broadcast Production, Ceramics, Choir/Chorus, Computer Graphics, Computer Lab, Creative Lab, Creative Writing, Debate, Design, Drama, Draw, Ensemble, Graphic Design, Instrumental, Journalism, Literature, Mass Media, Music, Orchestra, Painting, Photography, Piano, Pottery, Technology, Theatre, Video, Visual Arts, Vocal, Writing, Yearbook
Special Service: Not Applicable
Standardized tests given: Portfolios, Preliminary Scholastic Achievement Test, Scholastic Achievement Test
Academic and Enrichment programs: Domestic Field Trips, Honors Level Classes, International Field Trips, Summer Camps, AP Classes

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