Parents consider many different things when deciding what school is right for their children. At Brawerman, what begins as a great choice for their child’s education ultimately enhances the entire family in ways they may never have imagined.
A letter from Director of Admissions, Chris Donohoe
Welcome to Brawerman Elementary School East of Wilshire Boulevard Temple. We realize that the selection of a school for your child is an important decision requiring considerable thought. We invite you to visit and tour our beautiful Erika J. Glazer Family Campus, meet the administration and faculty, and see students during their school day.
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.
This year our theme is gratitude, in Hebrew, todah. Our tradition teaches us that those who express gratitude on a regular basis are more likely to be forgiving, kind, agreeable, and less selfish, leading to a happier life. A pathway to teaching children to be giving and charitable is developing the character value of gratitude.
Students and parents alike have found this gem of a school to be much more than just a school of the highest academic standards. We are a home away from home. I look forward to getting to know you and your child as you become better acquainted with us.
Director of Admissions
Graduates on the Move
Our 2016 Brawerman graduates were accepted into the following independent schools
Kindergarten - Grade 6
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 ethic origin in the administration of its educational policies, financial aid, athletics, or other school-administered programs.