Our Campus & Community
Brawerman Elementary School East is located on the historic Erika J. Glazer Family Campus of Wilshire Boulevard Temple, situated on the corner of Wilshire and Hobart Boulevards.
A cornerstone of Wilshire Boulevard Temple’s restoration and redevelopment, beginning in 2011, our Eastside campus was built to serve the Jewish community's growing population. The project reflects the Temple’s commitment to the Jewish community, the City of Los Angeles, and the resurgence of its Wilshire Center/Koreatown neighborhood.
With restoration of The Temple’s iconic Magnin Sanctuary, now listed on the National Register of Historic Places, construction of new school buildings, the Karsh Family Social Service Center, and recreation facilities, we transformed the entire city block on which our historic Temple Campus stands into the most vibrant center of Jewish life in Los Angeles—a vital Jewish village, and an oasis for our neighbors, in the heart of the city.
In the fall of 2020, The Audrey Irmas Pavilion will open—an inspiring gathering place for the entire community, designed to host religious and cultural activities and performances on Wilshire Boulevard directly adjacent to our historic sanctuary.
We provide an unparalleled educational experience rooted in Jewish values – inspiring innovative thinking, empowering responsible leadership, and honoring individuality within a nurturing community.
Brawerman East Features:
- The latest technology integrated into all classrooms
- Innovation Lab featuring Maker Space, woodworking, 3D printer and more
- Rooftop Athletic Complex with sweeping views of the Hollywood Hills
- Historic Restored Sanctuary
- The Karsh Family Social Services Center and Leanse-Ratner Food Pantry
- State-of-the art security features throughout the facility with highly trained Public Safety Officers on premise at all times
The overarching goal of Brawerman Elementary School East is to provide students with the best possible educational experience. Research shows that students achieve more when parents and teachers work together. This knowledge forms the basis of our Parent Association, which is very much parent driven and reflects the flavor of our community.
Parents volunteer in classrooms, support classroom and school programming, program community activities, make recommendations to school administration, and work together to create a vibrant school community.
Brawerman would not be the school it is without the active participation of Brawerman parents.
Many opportunities are available for you to get involved at Brawerman.
Tikkun Olam is an integral part of Brawerman East. We know our students will become readers, writers, and mathematicians but the question is what will they do with those skills?
Tikkun Olam offers a natural means to inspire children to use their newfound skills and abilities for the power of good. Students become problem solvers through a teacher-created, developmentally appropriate, student-centered, progressive curriculum. Students work together to identify problems in the world and then go about developing the means by which to solve those problems.
To date, students have organized a beach cleanup, prepared a meal for Temple staff, collected Halloween candy for the military, and participated in the Temple’s Big Give and Big Sunday volunteer efforts. Students collect recycling on a weekly basis to fund their tikkun olam initiatives.