3663 Wilshire Boulevard
Los Angeles, CA 90010
Brawerman Elementary School East offers a rich, personalized academic experience in the context of a warm, nurturing, and creative community. Students grow into kind, confident, independent thinkers and doers who are well-prepared to apply their skills and abilities as they advance through life. We hold ourselves to the highest academic standards and integrate Jewish values that emphasize teaching and learning, as well as personal and social responsibility. The inquisitive nature of Judaism invites the curious to explore, discover, and debate, providing an ideal learning environment.
Brawerman East offers small tours each week for 1-3 families per tour. This time is spent helping you get a better sense of our academic vision, classroom culture, and school community in addition to answering all of your questions. We look forward to working with you and your family throughout the 2022-2023 school year.
Individualized, Innovative, Student driven, Emergent, Progressive.
Kind, Confident, Inquisitive, Leaders, Volunteers.
Our Innovation and Problem-Solving programs allow students to explore through project-based learning and engaging hands-on activities. Innovation teaches students to use power tools to execute simple and complex tasks while simultaneously introducing them to coding, game creation, use of upcycled materials, and woodworking. Problem Solving invites students to collaboratively take on passion projects and find real-world solutions to issues facing our local and global communities.
– We are located in Koreatown on the historic Wilshire Boulevard Temple campus.
– Our school utilizes flexible seating to create comfort, autonomy, and creativity in our classrooms, and social-emotional learning to ensure our students feel welcomed, honored, and valued in our community.
– We have graduated five classes of students who have all been accepted to their first or second-choice schools.
– Our students give back to the larger L.A. community by volunteering in a variety of ways at The Karsh Center located on our campus.