Edith C. Baker School

Work Hard, Be Kind, Help Others, Build Relationships

  • Baker School  

     School Hours
     
     Mon-Thur:  8:00 AM - 2:30 PM
     Friday:  8:00 AM - 1:40 PM
       
     Address:  205 Beverly Road
       Chestnut Hill, MA 02467
       
     Phone:  (617) 879-4500
     Fax:  (617) 879-4505
     
     Click here for a map of our location 
     
     Absences:  Please call 617-879-4508 if your
     child is not going to be in school. You can call
     anytime and leave a message. Be sure to state
     your child's name and classroom teacher and
     the reason for the absence. 
     
     For a list of important and frequently used
     telephone numbers and websites, please
     click here.
     Versions are also available in Arabic & Korean.
     
     
     

    BAKER EVENTS:

  • CAR-FREE SCHOOL DAY: Oct. 10

    On Wednesday morning, October 10, 2018, please help us celebrate “Car-Free School Day" at Baker School as Brookline students will be walking, riding their bikes, skateboarding, or taking public transportation to school.

    Please see our flyer here and this notice from Brookline's Department of Public Health!

  • About Us:

    The Edith C. Baker School serves the Chestnut Hill neighborhood of Brookline and is one of the largest elementary schools in the town, with a population of over 790 students.  Baker School is an “international” school, where fully one-third of the student population speaks English as a second language at home. A vibrant PTO organizes numerous educational and social events throughout the year to nurture and maintain a sense of school community. Baker School utilizes the resources of the K-8 structure and encourages cross-grade level partnerships.

                            Click here to learn more

  • OUR LITERARY MAGAZINE

    Please take a look at our latest literary magazine and see the amazing work from our middle school students!                    

                 our latest literary magazine

    You can read earlier issues of our amazing literary magazines here.

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