Upon returning to the Admission Office, one of our admission team members interviews the prospective student for about 30 minutes, followed by the student's parents.
"On your tour you're seeing the buildings as well as what happens in these spaces," says Egertson. "It's an important way to begin to envision yourself here at Brooks."
It worked for Maddie Hesse '20. "On my campus tour, I was impressed by the chemistry labs, the turf field and the theater, but this wasn’t what really drew me in," she said. "I was overwhelmed by the warmth of both faculty and students, the school spirit, and the love and care students had for one another. I also saw students laughing while tossing around a basketball outside the academic building, an art class lying out on the grass while drawing landscapes, and a boy standing with his teacher excitedly scribbling mathematical equations on a whiteboard."
"Without a campus tour," she adds, "I never would have experienced any of this, and I left my visit confident that I wanted to be a part of the Brooks community.”
Come see all this for yourself. Come visit Brooks!