Brimmer and May is a small school community with over one hundred and twenty years of history and a reputation for being on the cutting edge of educational reform. A pre-kindergarten-through-grade-twelve, coeducational, independent, college preparatory day school, Brimmer and May serves a culturally and socio-economically diverse student body.
Since 1987, Brimmer and May has been a member of the Coalition of Essential Schools, a national organization of schools committed to excellence and educational reform in partnership with Dr. Theodore Sizer. Commitment to the Coalition principle of active student learning can be seen daily in our classrooms as students lead discussions, work in teams to solve math problems, share scientific data with students around the world using the World Wide Web, and keep portfolios of their work to measure their progress. Our classrooms are dynamic learning environments where students and teachers are constantly challenging one another and asking and seeking answers to essential questions.
The school supports and fosters the professional development of its faculty through the funding of graduate courses, conferences, and workshops and through participation in the National Center for Independent School Renewal, an organization whose purpose is to support teachers as they develop and explore innovative teaching practices.
Brimmer and May is committed to recruiting and retaining a diverse faculty and staff as the School recognizes that the entire community benefits from a diverse faculty and staff.
Brimmer and May School is a nonsectarian institution and does not discriminate on the basis of any characteristic protected by law.
A Few Facts About Brimmer and May:
- Just minutes from Boston, easy access to public transportation
- Small, community-oriented, intimate setting where students and faculty know each other well
- Student population from more than 50 communities in Greater Boston and several foreign countries
- Member of the Coalition of Essential Schools and National Center for Independent School Renewal
- Critical Friends Groups (group seminars for teachers where teachers support and assess each other)
- Mentor Program for teachers new to Brimmer and May
- Small class size, 8:1 student-faculty ratio
- Humanities curriculum with a strong emphasis on a multicultural perspective
- Professional growth and advancement within the school with the opportunity to take leadership roles and to design and implement new programs and curricula
- Variety of professional development opportunities including conferences and workshops, strong financial support for faculty summer study
- Cutting-edge technology program, in-house technology training
- Several student affinity organizations committed to diversity including Gay Straight Alliance and the Culture Club
- Anti-bias training for all staff
- Diversity Committee comprised of students, teachers, administrators, and Board of Trustees members
Coaching position for the fall season:
Varsity Field Hockey - Head Coach
Varsity Field Hockey - Assistant Coach
Varsity Boys' Soccer - Assistant Coach
JV Girls' Soccer - Head Coach
Middle School Girls' Soccer - Head Coach
All applicants must have prior playing and/or coaching experience. Practices/games/matches are scheduled Monday through Friday from about 2:45 p.m. to 5:15 p.m. Away games may require additional time. Coaches are responsible for practice planning, player improvement, and game management. Practices must be geared toward fundamental instruction and skill development. Interested candidates should send resumes and a brief summary of qualifications and experience to Jeff Gates, Athletic Director. Questions? Call 617-594-1338.
Lower School substitute teachers
Contact Thomas Fuller for more information email@example.com