At Brewster, we believe in student-centered learning that is both relational and responsive to the diverse needs of our students. Brewster provides an academically and intellectually challenging program that empowers our students to make a difference in the world and to cultivate a life of purpose, graduating students who are caring, curious, creative, and persistent. We prioritize joyful learning, high-impact pedagogies, and are committed to continuous improvement through innovation and research. We endeavor to transform education for ourselves, our communities, and our world; Brewster students belong to an inclusive and welcoming network of schools that stretch across the globe.
We prepare diverse thinkers for lives of purpose.
An approach to learning that has the exponential power to transform education, communities, and the lives of students in our care.
Belonging and Inclusion Statement
Brewster is committed to creating an inclusive environment in which every community member is able to live authentically and feel a sense of safety and belonging.
Roots of Belonging at Brewster
From its inception, Brewster has emphasized that a diverse learning environment is part of a quality education. In 1887, John Brewster’s estate established Brewster Free Academy in Wolfeboro, New Hampshire under the condition that “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.” Today, as Brewster fulfills its mission to “prepare diverse thinkers for lives of purpose,” we continue that early vision. We embrace diversity in all its forms.