Parents consider many different things when deciding what school is right for their children. Families at Brawerman Elementary School discover a community and a love of learning that enhances the entire family in ways they may never have imagined.

Explorers, Creators, and Achievers

The Brawerman experience unfolds in the context of a friendly community of teachers, students, and families that care deeply for one another and the larger world around them. 

Stellar academics are offered in beautiful, modern classrooms and learning centers where students delve into a thoughtful and challenging curriculum that integrates language arts, mathematics, science, social studies, technology, art, music, and judaic studies. They are encouraged to explore, create, and achieve.

This year our theme is hope, in Hebrew, tikvah. We look forward to exploring the many ways in which tikvah can impact each of us and make an indelible impression on our own souls and conscience. 


Graduates on the Move

Brawerman Elementary School stands among the best private elementary schools in Los Angeles. It’s young graduates go on to the city’s top secondary schools, where they are appreciated not only for what they know but how they think and who they are.

Brawerman West Students advance to these fine schools:
  • The Archer School
  • Brentwood School
  • The Buckley School
  • Campbell Hall
Crossroads School of Arts & Sciences
Geffen Academy/UCLA
Marlborough School
Milken Community Schools
New Roads
Oakwood School
Wildwood School
Brawerman East graduates its first Grade 6 class in 2018 and students have been accepted into these fine schools:
The Archer School
The Buckley School
Campbell Hall
Episcopal School Los Angeles
Marlborough School
Milken Community Schools
Oakwood School
Rolling Hills Prep


350 Students
70 Teachers
9 Sports Teams

Kindergarten - Grade 6

Enrichment class and after school supervision

state-of-the-art classrooms, labs, and athletics facilities

Brawerman Elementary School admits students of any race, color, sex, sexual orientation, or national and ethnic origin or ancestry to all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the School. It does not discriminate on the bases of race, color, national or ethnic origin in the administration of its educational policies, financial aid, athletics, or other school-administered programs.