Virtual Campus Tour

Take a virtual tour of our campus buildings and learning environments
or call 617-738-8695 to schedule a student-led, on-campus tour. 

Middle & Upper School Tour

Join Brimmer alum Sarah Smith '17 as she walks us through campus, including Thompson Gymnasium, Hastings Center, Dining Commons, Innovation Space, Makerspace, STEAM classroom, Digital Media Center, Ruth Corkin Theatre, Pappas Computer Lab, Reensteirna Library Learning Commons, Almy Wing, and the Art Barn.

Hastings Center

Our Hastings Center (and adjacent Chase Building and Almy Wing) opens limitless possibilities for our students. It's the perfect place to enhance individual and collaborative learning experiences and to launch the development of new courses and interdisciplinary explorations. See for yourself by taking a virtual tour on your own (right) or enjoy a Middle School focused guided tour or Upper School focused guided tour both from Karly Hamilton '21.

Learn more about Brimmer Innovation and Design.

Art Barn

With two visual art studios and a ceramics studio, our Robert Lloyd Corkin Visual Arts Center (Art Barn for short) gives our students the opportunity to work in a range of media, pursue advanced classes, and learn from guest artists leading master classes in specific techniques. See why the Art Barn fuels creativity by taking our virtual tour. 

Learn more about the Brimmer Creative Arts department.

McCoy Hall Tour

A former residence, our Lower School is child-friendly in size, scale, and sensibility. It’s a warm, welcoming environment in which children’s innate curiosity leads them to discover the joys of learning with purpose. McCoy Hall houses our PK-Grade 3 and Grade 5 classrooms, our Lower School Library, Design Lab, French Library, art room, and an outdoor playground.

Learn more about Brimmer Lower School

Outdoor Garden

Take a tour of our organic, herbicide and pesticide free garden, a special hands-on learning environment in which all of our Lower School students play a role, including planting and tending vegetables and flowers, tilling soil, weeding, watering, pruning, and harvesting. It is an outdoor classroom where our students study ecology, connect with nature, and learn about healthy eating and where food comes from.

Learn more about our Outdoor Garden.

Lower School Playground

The Mugar Family Playground and Outdoor Learning Space makes the best use of the land and incorporates a water element, apple trees, an outdoor amphitheater, raised garden beds, a play structure, a mound for sliding and running, a tricycle track, and an athletic play area. It is designed intentionally to take advantage of outdoor space for recreation as well as an extension for learning.
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.