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At Brookwood, kids come first—not the test, not trophies, not to-do lists. We know how kids learn best. Every day, we use our expertise to challenge kids intellectually and ensure they feel valued so that they can grow into their best selves. Because when kids skip down hallways, learn with curiosity, think deeply, and take risks, they confidently walk into whatever’s next.

Brookwood Buzz

There will be no school on Monday, March 4 due to the predicted weather. Please be safe on the roads and have fun in the snow!
Tickets for the Grade 8 musical, "Enchanted,"  with performances on March 5th, 6th and 7th, are now available to the Brookwood community! Tickets are $12 each, which is inclusive of a tix service fee. Click here to make your purchase! I f you are looking to swap tickets, we have made this forum available to help... Read more »
We have a delayed start to school today (Wednesday, January 30) due to the current weather conditions. School will begin at 10:00 a.m.; please arrive on campus between 9:30-10:00. The rest of the school day will continue as usual.. We look forward to seeing you soon!
Since 1956, our students have excelled in our academic program because we appreciate what makes each student unique while educating both the mind and heart. We have always known that how kids feel determines whether they learn; therefore, we intentionally create a culture of connection in which our students feel supported to take frequent risks—and... Read more »
In our most recent issue of Brookwood Magazine, we caught up with Dinah Minot Hubley, a Brookwood alumnus from the Class of 1972 (pictured above in Portland, Maine with her husband, Whip Hubley, and children Molly, Ella and Ben). Dinah is the Executive Director of Creative Portland, the city’s official non-profit arts agency that... Read more »
On Thursday, November 29, we were honored to host Newbery award-winning author Matt de la Peña at Brookwood School. Matt spoke to students about his path to becoming a writer and shared anecdotes from his childhood, like the fact that he was a reluctant reader and had little exposure to books in his early years.