Private Religious Schools

 

Maimonides School

Maimonides School
34 Philbrick Road
Brookline, MA
617-232-4452

Preparing Orthodox Jewish children from K-12 for religious life and academic achievement, the Maimonides School was founded in 1937. The school not only prepares its students for college but additionally provides them with a religious education inspired by the values of the Torah. It is the mission of the school to produce educated and religious young people who are prepared to be active members of society. 

New England Hebrew Academy

New England Hebrew Academy
9 Prescott Street
Brookline, MA
617-731-5330

 Serving children in the greater Boston Jewish community, the New England Hebrew Academy was established in 1944 and today continues to teach children through the personal relationships the school’s faculty have with the students they teach. The school covers language arts, mathematics, earth and applied sciences, and Jewish history through hands on teaching design. Music and dance are also part of the curriculum in an effort to further enhance each student’s education.

St. Mary of Assumption School

St. Mary of the Assumption
67 Harvard Street
Brookline, MA
617-566-7184

Providing a well-rounded Catholic education for children from the greater Boston area in grades pre-kindergarten through 8, it is the goal of St. Mary of the Assumption to educate the child religiously as well as in the traditional subjects. Starting in the fourth grade, students begin taking classes in Spanish language and culture. There are additionally 22 different languages spoken in the school community.

Torah Academy
(Pre-k-1st grade and boys grades 2-8)
11 Williston Road
Brookline, MA
617-731-3196

(Girls grades 2-8)
113 Washington Street
Brighton, MA

Providing an Orthodox Jewish day cirriculum to children from pre-kindergarten through grade 8, the Torah Academy has two locations in Brookline: one on Washington Street and the other on Williston Street. Starting in the 2nd grade, students are broken up into classes according to gender in order to foster an environment where students can really focus on their academic pursuits.