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The Educational Model & Our Difference

The Team Approach to education is the cornerstone of the Brewster Model and a critical means by which teachers come to know and fully understand the students in their care. The team fosters sustained collaboration among teachers, enabling them to craft the most effective approach to maximize student learning. As not all students learn alike, the team is the central hub by which we ensure that all types of thinkers are valued, understood, and prepared to develop and activate their full potential. 

To achieve this goal of comprehensive development and actualization of each individual student, advisors take part in on-going conversations with their teams to ensure that every student receives an individualized approach to education, an approach by which they can discover their true potential, activate their passions, and make meaningful contributions to the community.  

Brewster supports student-centered learning that is relational and responsive to the diverse needs of our students. We provide an intellectually rigorous program that helps each student discover and activate their unique talents and abilities.
 
Brewster prioritizes joyful learning and is committed to continuous improvement through innovation and research.  We offer students the opportunity to shape their educational journey so that each student has the skills, confidence, and desire to exert a positive impact on the world.  All Brewster students belong to an inclusive and welcoming network that stretches across the globe. This inclusiveness helps our students build a deep sense of recognition, respect, and appreciation for different cultural, ethnic, and national groups.  In essence, Brewster strives to provide students with a humanistic and meaningful education - an education that empowers our students to become good citizens who recognize, appreciate, and positively impact both their local and global communities.
 
We believe in the power of education to transform lives, communities, and the larger world.
 

"No restriction shall be placed upon any person desiring to attend and receive instruction from said school or academy on account of his or her age, sex, or color, provided only he or she is of good moral character."

John Brewster.