Type of School
Independent, coeducational, college preparatory day school,
founded in 1962.
Brookfield Academy educates students in Pre-K (age 4) through
Students from Milwaukee suburbs and the metro area attend
Brookfield Academy, coming from as far north as Hartford, south as
East Troy, east as Mequon, and west as Oconomowoc.
Brookfield Academy accepts students regardless
of race, creed, or national origin.
11-17 students per instructional class
97 faculty members, all with earned B.A. or
B.S. degrees; 37 faculty members also hold master's degrees and
five hold doctoral degrees
117-acre campus encompassing 6 buildings, 4
libraries, 4 gymnasiums, 8 science labs, playgrounds and
playfields, a lighted football/soccer field, 5 practice fields,
running track, field hockey game field, baseball and softball
diamonds, tennis courts, 3 music studios, 5 art centers, 5 computer
labs, wireless laptop computers, fully-networked campus
Students in Senior Class: 67
In May 2010, 110 Brookfield Academy students
took 232 Advanced Placement (AP) tests in 16 subjects, with 89%
earning a score of 3 or higher. Students with such a score qualify
for college credit or advanced placement at many leading colleges
100% of Brookfield Academy students enter a four-year college or
university program upon graduation. Students are accepted by many
of the top colleges in the country.
Paul Taylor - BA Class of 2000; Boston College
Daily: 8:15 am - 3:15 pm
Level A is a half-day morning or afternoon Pre-K
program. A full day is available to Level A students with the
addition of the Peter Rabbit program.
School Year: Classes begin in early September and end in early
June. Two-week vacations are scheduled for Christmas in December
and again for Spring Break in March.
Financial aid is available in Middle and Upper
School (Levels 6-12) and a scholarship program begins in Upper
School (Levels 9-12). International students are charged additional
application and tuition fees to support the cost of the
School bus transportation is provided free of
charge in the Elmbrook school district. Families outside those
areas form car pools or provide their own transportation to and
from school each day.
This optional educational and recreational
program is designed to complement the half-day Level A program.
This program is available from 7:30 am to 3:15 pm each day.
Children in the morning Level A class may attend the afternoon Peter Rabbit
program. Likewise, children enrolled in the afternoon Level A
class may attend the morning Peter Rabbit program.
Program for Lower School students and the MAP program for
Middle School students provide supervised care and enrichment from
3:15 pm until 6:00 pm. After-school lessons in foreign languages,
music, and enrichment activities are available in the Lower