Community Service

Opportunities Abound To Assist People In Need

Community service in the Upper School gives students direct experience with a variety of needs in our community. By exposing boys to struggles of others and enabling them to build relationships with individuals of different socioeconomic backgrounds, we teach them that their presence can have an impact. We encourage students to build relationships that have the potential to last far beyond their high school years.

Through committing time and energy in selfless ways, our boys learn to put others’ needs ahead of their own. Repeated interactions help students personally understand the recipients of the generosity, and enable them to develop greater empathy. We will continue to place significant emphasis on community service as a major piece in the development of our boys.

Students have recently been involved in service efforts with the Boys and Girls Club of Greenwich, Edison School in Port Chester, Inspirica, Waterside School, Eagle Hill, The Carver Center, MidNight Run in New York City, Neighbor-to-Neighbor, Promise World Wide in India, and JBFC in Africa.

Please contact us if you have any questions at 203.625.5854 or

Community Service News

List of 3 news stories.

  • Upper School Senior Honored for Diversity Leadership

    For his work promoting diversity and inclusion in the greater Greenwich community, Brunswick senior Charlie Ciporin has been announced as the winner of the YWCA Racial Justice Scholarship Award.
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  • Students, Faculty Unite in Giving Thanks

    ’Wick students of all divisions have been generously busy with a host of Thanksgiving community-service initiatives on and away from campus — taking time aside from their everyday individual and collective pursuits to think about others in need during this special time of year.
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  • For Students, NOLA Service ‘Puts Love First’

    Ten Brunswick students, along with three members of the faculty, traveled to New Orleans, La., to spend the week working for the St. Bernard Project, a nationally recognized leader in disaster resilience and recovery founded following Hurricane Katrina in February 2006.
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Brunswick School Greenwich, CT

  • Upper School
    100 Maher Avenue
    Office: 203.625.5856

    Lower School
    1252 King Street
    Office: 203.485.3670
  • Middle School
    1275 King Street
    Office: 203.242.1202

    Pre School
    1252 King Street
    Office: 203.485.3652

Main Phone: 203.625.5800
Business: 203.242.1220 
Alumni: 203.242.1223