Join us on campus for an evening with Head of School John Packard P'18, P'21 and other current families.

Where Can I Find ...?

PARENT RESOURCES

INFO ABOUT LIFE AT BROOKS

  • Student Handbook: Information on the school's expectations for students (click to download the PDF).
  • School Store: Apparel, gifts, snacks and school supplies are available in our campus shop: (978) 725-6236.
  • Campus Mailroom: Contact Campus Mail Supervisor Michelle Zerbey with any mailroom inquiries: (978) 725-6214.
  • Dress code was developed to encourage attire that is neat, clean, in good repair and purposeful for various aspects of school.
  • Dining Hall Menu: View the daily meals served by our dining services partner Meriwether Godsey.

PHOTOS

  • Smugmug Photos: View, share and order prints or keepsakes of images from campus events, activities and sports.

TIPS FOR VISITING


The online store is always open: Check it out: brooksschoolstore.com.

BrooksEvents

The photography exhibit from Joel R. Williamson Eminent Professor of History Emeritus at the University of North Carolina William "Bill" Ferris '60 - "Voices of the Mississippi: Artists and Musicians, Give My Poor Heart Ease" and "The South in Color" - opens today. The exhibit, including images from "I Am A Man: Civil Rights Photographs in the American South, 1960-1970," will be on display through March 15.

Alumni, current and past parents, friends of Brooks and employees are invited to our annual Boston Reception! The event will include a panel discussion with 2023 school leadership about "The Brooks of Today," a student performance, cocktails, hors d'oeuvres and remarks by Head of School John Packard. RSVP and see who's coming on our Boston Reception page. See you soon!
It's our annual Giving Day, the biggest day of the year for the Brooks Fund. Please support our community and show your Brooks School pride by contributing today. We thank you!

A sweet tradition: Students enjoy a buffet of holiday goodies during lunch courtesy of Brooks' parents.

Hosts Philip and Isabella Timon '92, P'26 invite the greater Brooks community to join Head of School John Packard P'18, P'21 for cocktails and hors d'oeuvres at The Little Club. Visit our Florida Reception page to see who's coming and RSVP. We look forward to seeing you!

The annual 100 Days until graduation, drop-in event is held to inform sixth-formers about what their connection to Brooks will be like as alumni. The Alumni Office also takes this opportunity to talk with students about what it means to donate to Brooks, and works toward 100 percent participation in the Class of 2023 Gift.

Students enjoy a Presidents Day break. (Boarders return by 8 p.m.)

Brooks' FireTrail Theatre student performers, technicians, musicians, and designers have joined forces this winter to produce Chicago: Teen Edition. Don't miss your chance to experience the drama, jazz and intrigue of one of America's longest-running musicals. Free tickets will be available in early February.

Brooks' FireTrail Theatre student performers, technicians, musicians, and designers have joined forces this winter to produce Chicago: Teen Edition. Don't miss your chance to experience the drama, jazz and intrigue of one of America's longest-running musicals. Free tickets will be available in early February.

Brooks' FireTrail Theatre student performers, technicians, musicians, and designers have joined forces this winter to produce Chicago: Teen Edition. Don't miss your chance to experience the drama, jazz and intrigue of one of America's longest-running musicals. Free tickets will be available in early February.

Students and faculty depart for nearly three weeks, through March 27, to relax before finishing off the school year.

Spring Break concludes as boarding students and faculty return to campus.

An exhibition of works by faculty, staff, parents/family members and alumni responding to the theme of hope - "Hope: Faculty and friends of the Robert Lehman Art Center Gallery" - opens today. The exhibit will be on display through May 1. To check it out, please visit the Visiting the Lehman page. All are welcome!

We live in a fractured and frayed world of extreme separation, division and othering. What are the bridges we need to build and practices we need to engage in to shift from a culture of breaking to a culture of belonging? How can we repair and re-weave the fabric of care and connection in our communities so that all life can flourish? Brooks students will enjoy a special day of building a beloved community that will feature exercises to connect the head and heart as we engage visual arts and music and each other in conversations across differences and community practice.


Join Our Facebook Group!

Brooks School Parents private Facebook group is a way for parents and family to share, ask for advice and discuss anything related to our common interest, the students of Brooks. Once you have enrolled, visit the Brooks School Parents Facebook page to join.

 

 

COVID-19 Campus Rules & Guest Guidelines
Brooks is a vaccinated community. Protocols are subject to change.