Kata Clark ’25 earned her third title at the NEPSTA Division III Championships.
This year’s musical Footloose is a “surprises filled” celebration of singing and dancing that delivers a unique take on the fan favorite and will get everyone moving.
The Association of Boarding Schools presented Athletic Director and former Associate Head for Student Affairs Andrea Heinze with their prestigious award for Student and Residential Life excellence.
After 15 years at Brooks, Associate Head of School for Academic Affairs Susanna Waters will assume a new leadership role this summer.
A lacrosse phenom prepares to suit up for one of the country’s top collegiate programs.
A hockey and golf athlete reflects on the idea of “team first” through his experiences at Brooks.
At Brooks School, we seek to provide the most meaningful educational experience our students will have in their lives.
Come rock out in the Black Box Theater! All are welcome to the one-night-only event featuring performances from Brooks' Rock Band and Advanced Rock Band. Both groups have been working hard all term to be able to present their full setlists to you. Audience members will hear some Ramones, Rolling Stones, ACDC, Amy Winehouse, Nirvana and more. Come support our student musicians! Seating is limited and will be available on a first-come, first served basis.
Current parents and guardians are invited to one of four dinners on campus with Head of School John Packard. RSVP and see details on our Parent Dinner Series page.
Alumni in the graduating classes of 2014 to 2021 are invited for festive appetizers and drinks at Stats Bar & Grille in South Boston. Get details, RSVP and see who's coming!
Join us for our annual Winter Concert! There will be performances by the Jazz Band, Advanced Jazz Band, Chorus and Chamber Orchestra, plus a big combined holiday-themed number at the end featuring all these groups plus our two rock bands. The concert will last about an hour and is open to all members of the extended Brooks community. You don't want to miss it!
Getting into the holiday spirit, students, teachers and staff are treated to a winter celebration of sweets and raffle prizes by our generous parents!
The school community will ring in the holiday season at our annual event in the Chapel. Students and faculty offer readings as well as sing and play festive carols. The service - which originated in the King's College Chapel - symbolizes humanity's universal longing for peace. Following the service students will enjoy a dance and holiday festivities!
After a week of exams, students leave for winter break and some much-deserved time off. The vacation concludes on January 2 (boarding students return by 8 p.m.).
Winter Break concludes as boarding students and faculty return to campus.
Hooray, Winter Term 2024 gets underway today! The intensive courses will run through January 20.
Trustee Charlie Cornish '06 invites LGBTQIA+ identifying alumni to return to Brooks School via Zoom for an online gathering with the schools' Gender & Sexuality Alliance (GSA) faculty advisor Rebecca Binder. Register here for the link!
Students enjoy a long weekend off, through January 23 (boarders return by 8 p.m.), before the second semester begins.
Students enjoy a break before the second semester begins!
Students wrap up a long weekend off (boarders return tonight by 8 p.m.) before the second semester begins.
The second half of the 2023-2024 academic year gets underway today!
A sweet tradition: Students enjoy a buffet of holiday goodies during lunch courtesy of Brooks' parents.
Winter Term is an intense, three-week, one-topic course of study held each January. Puttting into practice the concept of “depth over breadth,” the single-course structure of Winter Term allows students and faculty to work together even more closely than they do in regular classes.
The Students on the Forefront of Science Program is a summer internship initiative that provides rising sixth-formers with innovative experiences that expose them to research, technology and advanced studies in the sciences.
Since 1986, Brooks students have participated in exchanges with schools all around the world. A program that started initially with schools in Kenya and South Africa has expanded to include places like Scotland, Spain, Botswana, Peru and Morocco.
1926 year Brooks School was founded
270 acres overlooking Lake Cochichewick
78% of our faculty hold advanced degrees
5.2 million provided in financial aid each year
1:6 faculty-to-student ratio
4 heads of school since 1926
22 states represented in the student body
15 countries represented in the student body
12 average class size
70% of students live on campus
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Brooks School is a coeducational boarding and day school, grades nine through 12, located in North Andover, Massachusetts. The school admits students of any race, color, gender, religion, sexual orientation, and national and ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the school. The school does not discriminate on the basis of disability, race, gender, religion, sexual orientation, color, or national and ethnic origin in the administration of its educational and admission policies, scholarship and loan programs, and athletics and other school-administered programs and activities.
Charlotte Save ’01 made her home in London and built an impressive career in the beauty industry, which she promotes as a source of confidence for consumers.
Aly Abou Eleinen ’18 rose from Brooks to Penn to the professional squash world, and he’s loved every minute of it.
Bill Endicott ’63 uses connections from his Olympic competition days to assist soldiers fighting in Ukraine.