The Brookline Literacy Partnership is a student-led nonprofit group at Brookline High School working to promote literacy in areas without equal access to books. We hope to prevent a lack of literacy from acting as a roadblock to self-improvement.
We are currently partnered with the Mather Elementary School in Dorchester, where we work to build up their library, improve their classroom literacy materials, and tutor children, and High Street Veterans Brookline Public Housing, where we improved their reading room and tutor children. Previously, we have partnered with Timilty School and Emerson School to create book rooms for student use.
Presidents: Eleanor Bergstein and Dhruva Schlondorff
Tutor Leaders: Misha Kennedy
Treasurer: Mya Malek
BLP Teacher Advisor: Bridget Knightly, BHS Librarian
2021-2022 Tutoring Season
Tutoring at the Steps to Success program at Lincoln School has started, and tutoring starts on January 31st at Mather School in Dorchester.
The BLP meets on Thursdays after school in the BHS library. Stop by if you are interested.
Who we are and where we come from...
Click here for our history