As part of the Brewster network of schools, all Brewster students are given unique opportunities housed within our signature BrewsterConnect program. While Brewster’s K-12 school in downtown Madrid provides a state-of-the-art American educational experience, its partnership with other schools allows students the ability to collaborate with educators and learners from other cultures and backgrounds. Students across the network have the opportunity to work together as a part of both the academic and co-curricular program. Examples include group projects, shared community experiences, spirit days, multi-national discussions, language clubs, and mentoring. Student collaboration across the network also enables learners to bolster their communication and leadership skills.
BrewsterConnect is also home to our exchange program. Students at Brewster’s campus in Madrid will have the opportunity to study at Brewster’s campus in Wolfeboro—a small, New England, lake town less than two hours from Boston. And for students who may not want to commit to an exchange during the academic year, there are summer opportunities too! Stay tuned to hear about Summer 2024 programs.