Horizons at Brunswick School

Horizons at Brunswick School is a six-week summer enrichment program of academic, cultural and recreational activities for boys who attend Greenwich public schools and are eligible for Federal Free/Reduced-Price lunch. Students begin the day in academic classes that include reading, writing and math. Music, art, STEM and science classes are included in the curriculum as well as sports and swimming instruction. Classes are taught by experienced teachers. A healthy breakfast and lunch is provided everyday. Field trips are offered throughout the six-week program.

Simply put by Headmaster Tom Philip, “Good for the sake of good” is why Brunswick has embarked on providing summer enrichment opportunities for low-income students, to increase their chances for success.

Goals of the Program

  • To prevent or reduce summer learning loss
  • To serve students from Greenwich Public Schools
  • To foster a lifelong desire for learning
  • To provide cultural experiences and social growth
  • To insure that children learn to swim, a life skill that saves lives and builds confidence

To learn more about the Horizons at Brunswick School program, visit horizonsatwick.org.