Wow, Brooks boys basketball, girls ice hockey, squash and wrestling teams ended their seasons with inspiring victories — and impressive titles!
At Brooks School, we seek to provide the most meaningful educational experience our students will have in their lives.
More than a dozen Brooks students are spending their vacation SCUBA diving in the Caribbean, where they finished certifications for open-water diving and are learning about coral restoration.
The first student musical in Brooks' Center for the Arts had audiences in awe of both students' talents and the impressive new space.
After months of preparation, 20 Brooks students took the United Nations (simulation) by storm!
Brooks' boys and girls squads played "brilliantly" at the Head U.S. Squash High School Team Squash Championships in Connecticut.
This Winter Term was the final time longtime teacher Dusty Richard headed the car repair class he dreamed up eight years ago. What's next for the course?
The Parents Committee treats Brooks faculty and staff to a luncheon on campus to say thank you for all that they do!
Spring Break ends as students and faculty return to campus.
Brooks School student rock bands perform at our annual "Winterfest" concert, held this year on the main stage of our new Center for the Arts!
Accepted students are welcome to campus for the first of our April revisit days.
Accepted students are welcome to campus for the second of our April revisit days.
Join your fellow alumni of all generations, parents and friends of Brooks School for an evening of good cheer. Visit our RSVP page to register and see who's coming!
Brooks welcomes a guest speaker to the annual Chapel service that remembers the late Katherine (Kippy) Liddle and honors outstanding achievements, accomplishments and the character of female athletes at Brooks. The Brooks community gathers each year to pay tribute to Liddle, a Brooks history teacher, assistant crew coach and dorm parent who died while protecting the life of a student during a boating accident in 1984.
Please join us for this annual dinner, where parents and faculty connect and reconnect. Café Azteca is located at 180 Common Street in Lawrence, MA. We look forward to seeing you!
Motivational speaker Travis Roy, who was paralyzed during a college hockey game accident, will share with students his inspiring story of surviving spinal cord injury, living as a quadriplegic and becoming a disability advocate. Roy is the author of "Eleven Seconds: A Story of Tragedy, Courage & Triumph."
Brooks School will celebrate the scholastic achievement of students welcomed into the Cum Laude Society with a short ceremony including an address and awarding of the certificates.
Founded in 1906, the Cum Laude Society is dedicated to honoring scholastic achievement in secondary schools. The founders of the society modeled Cum Laude after Phi Beta Kappa. In the years since its founding, Cum Laude has grown to 382 chapters across the United States and internationally. Some 4,000 new student members are inducted annually.
Students welcome their grandparents and special friends to campus for a morning of events. Highlights include classes with grandchildren, family photos, lunch in Wilder Dining Hall and a reception at the Head of School's house. Visit our event page to RSVP and see all the details.
Students enjoy a day off!
Come one, come all to Brooks School's Center for the Arts Opening Celebration! Explore the building, see exhibits, take in performances and catch up with fellow Brooksians while enjoying drinks and hearty appetizers. Visit the Center for the Arts Opening Celebration event page to RSVP, learn more and see who's coming.
Brooks School invites current 7th graders and their families to get a head start on the application process in our Admission Workshop. Participants will enjoy an admission presentation about the application process, admission interviews and SSAT preparation, as well as a student discussion panel and campus tour.
Fifth- and sixth-form students and their invited guests will enjoy the annual dance - and post-prom desserts!
Formal dress is expected: suits, tuxedos, dresses or pantsuits. There will be a corsage and boutonnière workshop offered as a student activities event prior to the dance.
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
4.8 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
Fill out our online inquiry form and we will send you a packet of materials that will tell you more about Brooks.
Contact our admission office to schedule a visit. We will arrange a student-led tour and an interview with an admission officer.
Learn more about applying to Brooks. We welcome online applications from Gateway to Prep Schools or SSAT's Standard Application.
A renowned flamenco dancer, Llewellyn has reached the heights of the profession. Now, she tours and educates to spread and maintain the cultural art form. Eliza Llewellyn '95
A native Liberian, she aims to help repair the country's faltering education system. Janine Padmore Stegall '83
As one follows the trajectory of Sharis's life, two intertwined themes appear: A love of science and a push to pick up an oar, both of which stretch back to his days on Great Pond Road. Peter Sharis '86