Park’s 34-acre campus is a wonderful place to grow up.
With dedicated, student-centered facilities, the Early Childhood spaces create a warm environment for young learners. As students continue on their educational journey at Park, the campus meets their growing needs to learn, compete, and explore. The central buildings contain classrooms, science labs, music rooms, gymnasiums, a large theater, a Makerspace, and an outstanding library that serves as the heart of the School. Located only 6.4 miles from downtown Boston, our expansive outdoor spaces include six grass playing fields, three playgrounds, and the Outdoor Learning Garden.
The Park School is located on the tribal homelands of the Massachusett Nation, which they called “Shawmut.”
In the Algonquian language Massachusetts means “people of great hills,” which refers to the Blue Hills. Read more.
For over 50 years, The Park School has been ahead of its time. This holds true for its student-centered educational philosophy, but it also holds true in another area: its architecture.This article by Amanda Reeser Lawrence, PhD, originally appeared in the 2020-21 State of the School Report on Progress & Philanthropy. Read more.
A brief history of the people and buildings who inhabited the land on Goddard Avenue before the School moved to its current location in 1971. Originally published in the Spring 2007 issue of The Park School Bulletin. Read more.
Park's remarkable campus provides for creative, open-ended play, competitive sport, scientific exploration, artistic inspiration, and community gathering. With its six athletic fields, old-growth woods, gardens, plantings, playgrounds, and rocky outcrops, this gorgeous parcel of South Brookline has been a defining part of the Park experience for at least two generations. Originally published in the 2021 Summer Bulletin. Read more.