Admissions

Visit Campus

We Look Forward to Your Campus Visit!

The Admissions Office is located in May Hall, a brown shingle style house on the edge of campus. There are clearly identified visitor parking spots behind the building. If those spaces are occupied, you may also park on the street for up to two hours. After you park, please ring the front door buzzer and someone will greet you!

Directions to Your Visit at Brimmer

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  • Public Transportation

    Take the MBTA Green Line ("D" towards Riverside) to the Chestnut Hill stop. Take the footpath beginning on the inbound side of the tracks to Middlesex Road and turn left. Walk several hundred yards down Middlesex Road to the first stoplight. Brimmer is located on both sides of the street. 
  • From downtown Boston by car

    Follow Route 9 (west) through Brookline to the intersection of Route 9 and Hammond Street. (Route 9 is also called Huntington Avenue in Boston and Boylston Street in Brookline.) Turn right onto Hammond Street. At the first stop sign, turn right again onto Middlesex Road. (You will see the Chestnut Hill Post Office on the corner.) Drive down Middlesex Road to the first stoplight. Brimmer is located on both sides of the street.
  • From the north, west, or south of Boston

    Take Route 128 to exit 20 for Route 9 east. Follow Route 9 for 3.6 miles.Turn left onto Hammond Street. At the first stop sign, turn right again onto Middlesex Road. (You will see the Chestnut Hill Post Office on the corner.) Drive down Middlesex Road to the first stoplight. Brimmer is located on both sides of the street.

Admissions Events

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  • Sep
    30

    Virtual Admissions Information Session

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  • Sep
    30

    Virtual Admissions Information Session

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  • Oct
    18

    Weekend Open House, PK-12

  • Oct
    29

    School Day Open House, PK-12

  • Nov
    4

    Walk-in-Wednesday, PK-12

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.