Last Updated: May 9, 2023
While 64 percent of Brunswick students reside in the Town of Greenwich, an estimated 36 percent of Brunswick students live outside of Greenwich — either residing in other Connecticut towns or neighboring cities within New York State. Our goal is to support boys and their families with safe and reliable transportation options. You can find a variety of resources for Brunswick students outlined below.
All Greenwich residents are eligible to have their son(s) ride the Greenwich Public School Bus System. For additional information, visit: Greenwich Public Schools Transportation/Busing.
This is coordinated by Greenwich Board of Education Transportation Office (203.625.7443). Brunswick families with specific questions should connect with the following contacts at each division:
Most all Westchester cities provide transportation to Brunswick students if the school is within 15 miles of a family’s home. Brunswick families may check with their city’s school busing or with the following at each division:
Pre, Lower, and Middle School students are eligible to apply for a space on the shuttle bus departing from either Maple Avenue or Maher Avenue to King Street in the morning and from King Street back to Maple or Maher Avenue in the afternoon. There is a fee and there is limited space. Contact Alison Knight (email@example.com or 203.625.5844).
New families, if you have questions, please contact the appropriate Brunswick Admissions Office:
Brunswick families who are interested in the Metro-North Mail & Ride Student Discount Program, contact Marianne Ho Barnum or Alecia Thomas at 203.625.5809.
To inquire about financial assistance for your transportation needs, contact Marianne Ho Barnum (firstname.lastname@example.org or 203.625.5809).