About Us
Volunteer Leadership

Parents Association

It's All About Community

Parents play an important role at Brimmer. We are a vital part of the community. In addition to being members of the Parents Association, our parents are invited to:

  • Experience our children’s learning
  • Join in family and community events
  • Expand our own learning
  • Share our talents, interests, and expertise
  • Support our community
  • Stay informed and connected
  • Offer our feedback

2021-2022 Leadership

Parents Association Chairs

Charlotte Dixon P ’25
Stella Rupia P ’26, ’32
Tenzin Dengkhim, P ’27, ’33

Feel free to contact them at brimmerparents@brimmer.org.

Judith Guild, Head of School

Children learn best when school and home work together in harmony and partnership.

PIN Awards

Each year Brimmer is awarded Parents’ Independent School Network (PIN) Special Recognition Awards for community service projects. Learn more about PIN.

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  • 2019 Awards

    Grade 1 100th Day Store
    Grade 1 Blankets for Animal Rescue League of Boston
    Grade 4 Environmental Conservation
    Grade 5 Senior Citizens Empathy Project
  • 2018 Awards

    Grade 1 100th Day Store Project
    Grade 2 Thank You Letters to the MSPCA
    Grade 4 Hurricane Relief
  • 2017 Awards

    Kindergarten Cards for Seniors
    Grade 2 Thank You letters to MSPCA
    Grade 8 Individual Community Service Project

Upcoming PA Events

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  • Nov

    Parents Association Meeting

    Featuring Dr. Derrick Rossi; P '26, '28
    Moderna Co-Founder
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  • Feb

    Parents Association Meeting

  • Mar


  • Apr

    Parents Association Meeting

  • May

    Parents Association Meeting

As an inclusive community, Brimmer welcomes students who will increase the diversity of our school. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, sex, gender, gender identity and expression, disability, sexual orientation, national origin, ancestry, or any other characteristic protected from discrimination under state or federal law, in the administration of our educational policies, admissions practices, financial aid decisions, and athletic and other school-administered programs.