Campus Information

67 Brimmer Street, Boston, MA one block behind “Cheers,” the inspiration for the TV series. If you get lost, ask one of the “Cheers” staff where Park Street School is. They should know our name!
Each student is known!
The average teacher to student ratio at the Elementary School is 9:1
We are "out of the chair" learners!
We build, create, and foster collaboration and creativity.
We grow in poise and confidence!
Opportunities are endless to speak publicly, mentor others, and take risks in a nurturing environment.

Designed for Today's Learners

Spacious, bright classrooms offer personal space for individual and collaborative group work. All are wired for for today’s technology—iPads, projection, teaching, and Skype, which brings the world to Park Street School. Whether busily working in our Science Lab, creating in our colorful art room or researching in our inviting library, students enjoy different inspiring environments throughout the day.


State-of-the-Art Gym Primed for Athletics!

We have a spacious gym, a rarity for Boston schools, where children play and compete in athletics. It features a 40-foot climbing wall, basketball hoops, electronic scoreboard, and new sound system.


Playgrounds and Green Spaces Just Steps Away!

We are just steps away from three of Boston’s most famous wide open, green spaces. We play ball games, including football and soccer, in The Boston Common; climb, zip-line, run, jump, and strengthen at the Esplanade Playspace; and explore, have class, walk, paint on canvas, and read after recess in the Boston Public Garden.


Kindergarten at the Advent

Beginning and ending our day at Park Street School’s 67 Brimmer Street campus, Kindergarten students walk to the Church of the Advent to enjoy activities in their own spacious floor. Filled with natural light from large windows, the airy space fosters a unique Kindergarten community, one where we grow together and gradually transition into the larger Elementary School. Our flexible learning space and program encourages students’ autonomy and movement, all within the secure floor.