The sixth-former is a two-year captain for the Brooks 1st baseball team.
Tuition and Aid
Our financial aid program is need-based, and is designed to make Brooks School accessible to qualified students.
We accomplish this goal by bridging the gap between what a family can afford and the actual cost of a Brooks education. Although we are unable to fund all families interested in Brooks, we understand the difficulty in financing an independent school education, and will do all that we can to help make this educational opportunity possible.
We are proud to award $4.95 million in financial aid to students each year. (Currently 32 percent of Brooks School students receive financial aid).
The average financial aid award = $44,000Because we cannot provide aid to all of our qualified applicants, Brooks will wait-list an applicant who qualifies for financial aid if we do not have both financial aid and a place available. Once an applicant who qualifies for financial aid has been wait-listed, both a place and financial aid must become available before that applicant will be taken off the wait-list.
Those applicants interested in applying for financial aid should check the appropriate box on the inquiry form and application.
Please download the Brooks School Financial Aid instruction sheet. We ask that you complete a Parents’ Financial Statement (PFS) on the School and Student Service Application Processing Center's website to apply for financial aid. The statement is due by December 31, 2019 for returning families, and by January 15, 2020 for new applicants. Applications received after the applicable date are considered as long as funds remain available. Decisions on financial aid awards accompany acceptances and enrollment contracts.
If you do not believe that you can afford to pay the cost of a Brooks education, then you should apply for financial aid. If you do not qualify, we may call and ask if you want your son or daughter to be considered for admission without aid. READ MORE FAQS.
Tuition for 2019-2020
Tuition Insurance: $510
Student Health Insurance for international students:
10-month plan: $1,880
12-month plan: $2,090
Laundry – Just the Basics plan (optional): $859
Laundry & Dry Cleaning – Look Sharp plan (optional): $1,059
Debit Account: Parents elect spending limits
Tuition Insurance: $410
Debit Account: Parents elect spending limits
The athlete answered her sense of adventure when, as a sixth-former, she signed up to be the school's first female wrestler.
The goalie is known for making connections with teammates, students and teachers. The sense of community at Brooks is what Kukas says attracted her to the school, and what she'll take away.
A three-sport captain came to Brooks in search of academic rigor. He'll leave as a star athlete, a community leader and a student who does his best to show kindness to everyone he comes into contact with.
A squash phenom who stands among the program's greats puts in the hard work, stays modest and humble, and ends up bound for the Ivy League.
Baker's Senior Speech was on "the difference between being busy and having a full life." The dorm and Chapel prefect shares how she made her "full life" at Brooks by finding and pursuing her passions.
Alumni, parents and friends of Brooks School are invited to join hosts Gail Niederhoffer P'95 and Kate Niederhoffer '95 in Gail's home for cocktails, hors d'oeuvres and good cheer. Click HERE for more information and to RSVP. We look forward to seeing you!
Join us for an evening of music! Brooks' jazz band will perform on the mainstage of the Center for the Arts. All are welcome.
Study break! This adorable annual event features a traveling petting zoo -- of baby bunnies, goats, pigs, kittens, puppies and other animals -- that visits Brooks to help students de-stress before exams.
All are welcome to our traditional service ringing in the holiday season. 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. A reception will follow. Please join us! Email Advancement Coordinator Lynne Dulong to RSVP.
The first semester comes to a close with final exams. Testing will conclude December 19.
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.
After a week of exams, students leave for winter break and some much deserved time off. The vacation concludes January 6 (boarding students return by 8 p.m.).
Alumni from the classes from 2005 to 2016 are welcome to join in an evening of seasonal cheer in Boston's Haymarket Square at The Point (147 Hanover Street). Drinks and appetizers are complimentary. Get details and RSVP HERE. We look forward to seeing you!
Alumni and their families are invited back to campus for brunch, a meet-and-greet with current ice hockey players, an alumni hockey game, family free-skate and opportunity to watch the Brooks/Pingree tournament. Come for any or all of the day's great events! Get details and RSVP HERE. We look forward to seeing you!
Winter break concludes as boarding students and faculty return to 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.