Top Brookline Private Schools

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  • For the 2020 school year, there are 10 top private schools in Brookline, Massachusetts, serving 2,820 students.
  • Minority enrollment is 14% of the student body, and the student:teacher ratio is 6:1.

Top Brookline, MA Private Schools (2020)

  • School Location Grades Students
  • Apple Orchard School
    Apple Orchard School Photo - At Apple Orchard, because we're a school on a farm, we spend a great deal of time outside running in fields, feeding the ducks in the pond, walking our goats, building with rocks and branches, sledding, and stomping in puddles.
    Daycare / Preschool
    282 D Newton St
    Brookline, MA 02445
    (617)731-6463

    Grades: NS-K | 95 students
  • Bay Cove Academy
    Special Education School
    156 Lawton St
    Brookline, MA 02446
    (617)739-1794

    Grades: 8-12 | 21 students
  • 20 Newton St
    Brookline, MA 02445
    (617)522-5544

    Grades: NS-12 | 415 students
  • Ivy Street School
    Ivy Street School Photo - Students take field trips in the community to explore Boston and New England.
    Special Education School
    200 Ivy Street
    Brookline, MA 02446
    (617)620-7779

    Grades: 8-12 | 39 students
  • 34 Philbrick Rd
    Brookline, MA 02445
    (617)232-4452

    Grades: NS-12 | 556 students
  • New England Hebrew Academy
    Special Program Emphasis (Jewish)
    9 Prescott St
    Brookline, MA 02446
    (617)731-5330

    Grades: PK-8 | 253 students
  • 171 Goddard Avenue
    Brookline, MA 02445
    (617)277-2456

    Grades: PK-8 | 535 students
  • 67 Harvard St
    Brookline, MA 02445
    (617)566-7184

    Grades: NS-8 | 280 students
  • 10 Newton St
    Brookline, MA 02445
    (617)522-6980

    Grades: NS-12 | 371 students
  • 11 Williston Rd
    Brookline, MA 02445
    (617)731-3196

    Grades: PK-8 | 255 students
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