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Brookline School Location Map

School Locator

The "Where Am I?" Resident Information Site details:

Transportation Availability
Historic Resources
Town Offices
Voter Information and Locations
Open Space
Regulatory Information

Choose the street name and the number of the location. Once chosen, the "Where Am I?" system will provide the address, distance to, and map of the above items.

Go to "Where am I" Town of Brookline Map Library 

Transportation Information



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The Public Schools of Brookline has two transportation vendors:


Eastern Bus Company
Eastern Bus Company operates the four (4) yellow school buses for home to school, athletic, and field trips.

YCN Transportation
YCN Transportation operates the in-town and out-of-town student services transportation.  In addition, YCN operates bus routes that are difficult to service with a yellow school bus.

Contant: Mary Murphy,Transportation Coordinator


Early Childhood

 The Brookline Early Education Program is an outgrowth of the Brookline Early Education Project (BEEP), a ten year research project demonstrating that quality education for young children enhances their later success in school. All teachers who work in BEEP classrooms are employed by The Public Schools of Brookline and hold degrees and certification through the Department of Education. Parent fees, grants and the Public Schools fund these programs.

Go to BEEP - Brookline Early Education Program


Extended Day Programs

For information regarding Brookline Extended Day, please click below.

Check Out Extended Day Programs


Special Education

Special education services throughout the district address the needs of identified learners with disabilities between the ages of three (BrooklineBEEP.org) and twenty-two, who require specialized instruction to support access to the curriculum. A wide range of services is provided to meet the individual needs of students, from academic intervention to related services in areas such as speech therapy, occupational therapy and physical therapy. Availability of therapeutic services for students requiring special education intervention in the realm of social, emotional and adjustment areas is present at all schools and levels.

Go to Special Education section? 


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