Judson & Brown Elementary School, the first new school built in the city of Redlands in forty years, opened its doors to students on August 16, 2006. The school is named in honor of Redlands’ founding fathers Edward G. Judson and Frank Elwood Brown. Mr. Judson and Mr. Brown were very instrumental in developing the preliminary map of the city and starting the East Redlands Water Co., which was instrumental in bringing water to the city. An original company stock certificate, which was signed and dated on November 4, 1886 by Mr. Judson and Mr. Brown, is displayed in the school administration building.
Judson & Brown Elementary is home to two Redlands Unified School District Special Day Classes, two San Bernardino County Special Day Classes, and a Medical Therapy Unit (MTU), which provides physical and occupational therapy to special education students. The school enrollment is approximately 500 students in grades K-5. Judson & Brown, located at the corner of Judson Street and Pennsylvania Avenue, is surrounded by orange groves and has a breathtaking panoramic view of the mountain range from Cajon Pass to Crafton Hills.
Entrance to Judson & Brown Elementary School