For the second consecutive year, Brawerman East hosted the Makers Fair, celebrating the innovative work of students while simultaneously giving them and their parents a chance to create and be inspired by people who have mastered the craft of creative engineering. For weeks in advance, students and teachers prepared for the two-hour event held in Stalford Hall at the Glazer campus. On the night of the event, families packed in and celebrated the achievements of each grade level.
Brawerman provides a rich, sequential academic program that builds on knowledge, skills, and the experiences of successive grade levels while introducing developmentally appropriate strategies, concepts, and approaches. Throughout the school, our students are challenged intellectually, creatively, and physically while simultaneously guided in the development of strong personal character and concern for others.
Brawerman students are encouraged to be curious and inquisitive, expand their analytical and critical thinking, always strive for academic excellence, and believe in themselves.
We believe competence and confidence are related, and through planned lessons and experimentation, students acquire both. Brawerman’s academic program lays the foundation for a lifelong love of learning and self-reliance.
Students develop a love of learning through a thoughtful and challenging curriculum that integrates language arts, mathematics, science, social studies, technology, art, music, and Judaic studies.
Our Innovation Lab provides a creative space where technology, engineering, and the arts meet. Students also have regular research time in our well-appointed Science Lab.
Our students are primed to use their skills to make the world a better place.