Community Outreach

Brunswick School is synonymous with community. The livelihood of this school hinges on the strength of a broader community. The responsibility of enriching young lives extends far beyond the front doors of this great institution into other important community initiatives.

Horizons at Brunswick School

The mission of Horizons at Brunswick is to help Federal Free/Reduced-Price lunch eligible Greenwich public school students improve their educational outcomes by providing academic and swimming instruction, enrichment opportunities, mentoring, and guidance in a nurturing community of dedicated professionals and volunteers.

Simply put by Head of School Tom Philip, “Good for the sake of good” is why Brunswick has embarked on providing summer enrichment opportunities for financially under-served students, to enhance their chances for success.

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The Link Program

The Link Program began at Brunswick in the summer of 1985. Since then, Brunswick has opened its campus to young, ambitious boys from Greenwich, Port Chester, Stamford, and the surrounding community, “linking” them to a unique and rewarding summer opportunity.

The program runs for four weeks and is designed to provide academic enrichment and discovery opportunities for rising sixth, seventh, and eighth grade boys of diverse backgrounds — with a foundational goal to allow each student to better his self-image and motivation through rigorous academic exploration, as well as social and athletic interaction.

Candidates for the program must be in good academic standing, and they must demonstrate financial need.

The core curriculum revolves around real-life problem-solving. The boys take advantage of all the area has to offer with regard to outdoor learning activities. From climbing at The Rock Club, touring the Maritime Aquarium, visiting Tod’s Point, and taking advantage of Brunswick’s own campus, the boys are provided with real-life laboratories in which to study.

Other daily activities include creative writing, current events, exploratory science, computers, and studio art. Each day concludes with an outdoor sports period.

For more information, contact: Brett Martell,


REACH Prep is very proud to have a nearly 20-year relationship with Brunswick School. The organization is grateful for Brunswick’s long-standing commitment to diversity and financial aid and for its exceptional academic environment based on a culture of character. REACH Prep’s mission is to provide access to transformative educational experiences that empower underserved, high-achieving students to graduate from top colleges and emerge as the next generation of leaders. Starting at the end of the fourth-grade year, REACH Prep students are supported with a 12-year continuum of academic preparation, independent school placement, ongoing guidance, and an array of program opportunities so that they can thrive and succeed in the classroom and their communities. There are over 20 REACH Prep Scholars who currently attend or are alumni from Brunswick. REACH Prep especially appreciates the collaborative partnership it maintains with Brunswick’s administration and faculty that allows for us to best support our shared students and families. REACH Prep looks forward to continuing our relationship with Brunswick over the next 20 years and beyond.

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Waterside School

The Waterside School located in Stamford, Conn. is a co-ed JrK – 5th-grade day school that provides a rigorous academic and moral education for students regardless of income or circumstance.

Brunswick is home to several Waterside alumni. Joint initiatives with the two school communities include:

  • A collaborative Writing Buddy program for students in fifth grade
  • Weekly homework support provided by the Upper School Waterside Club at Brunswick
  • Annual holiday donations and student participation for the Waterside 5K Race

For more information, contact: 

Amy Kerekes, Upper School Community Service,
Krista Taylor, Middle School Community Service,
Brett Martell, Pre and Lower School Community Service,