Summer Days Program

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Summer Days!

See the fun we had last summer!

Summer Days 2018, June 4 - August 10 (tentative)
(Closed July 2 - 6)

Contact Julie.D',
Summer Program Director, with questions.

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Welcome to Brookfield Academy's Summer Days, where a myriad of opportunities allow young people to learn, play, discover, stretch their minds, and grow. Our summer program draws from the school's quality teaching staff, safe environment, and beautiful campus facilities. Other individuals who are part of the program are enthusiastic teachers from wonderful outside organizations. They are excited about their partnership with Brookfield Academy, and are prepared to offer you an enjoyable and memorable summer experience. This is an ideal time to experience the Academy's teaching style, philosophy, and energy.

Summer Program Details

●   Grades K4-12


Brush up on writing, grammar, and math, science, reading for comprehension, technology, mythology, and study skills, learn about law and economics, earn credit for high school, and prepare for college entrance tests and writing solid college application essays. Come to be immersed in a high level educational environment. There is no end to learning!


Brookfield Academy sports camps are for students from ages 5-18 to make full use of our first-class athletic facilities.

Campers may choose from outdoor sports in field hockey, golf, lacrosse, soccer, softball, Tae Kwon Do, tennis, and track and field. Or, they may participate in an indoor camp such as basketball, fencing, poms, and volleyball. National professional sports teams provide camps on our campus such as: The Chicago Fire, The Milwaukee Brewers, and the Milwaukee Bucks.  Elite Tennis, the largest tennis program in WI, brings its pros to coach our older tennis players.

Also offered is "Amazing Athletes," an indoor and outdoor sports camp where students try a new sport each day. Learn a new sport or develop your skills, led by experienced Brookfield Academy coaches and players. Every camper receives individual attention. Campers are grouped by age and ability to learn appropriate drills, skills, and techniques.

Build-A-Day Options

9:00 a.m. - 3:30 p.m.

Our flexible program is designed for students entering K5-8, featuring a full slate of academic, enrichment, sports, and recreational choices. Attend all day, half a day, or take just one class.

Credit Classes

Earn 1.0 or .5 credits by successfully completing an approved credit course.  Classes for credit will be offered by members of Brookfield Academy's Upper School faculty. Contact the  Director Julie.D' to determine eligibility. Some classes may qualify for credit at other schools and/or colleges.

Before and After School Care

7:30 a.m. - 9:00 a.m.

3:30 p.m. - 5:30 p.m.

The Narnia Program extends the day for children entering K4 -8 requiring care before or after Summer Program offerings. The summer Narnia Program is available from 7:30 a.m. until 9 a.m. and then again from 3:30 p.m. until 5:30 p.m.

Discovery Kids Camps

Our action-packed day camp program is designed to keep children entering K4 -Grade 1 engaged mentally and physically. Fun-filled days in a safe environment combined with enthusiastic instruction await each camper. Day camps are offered in five different one-week sessions, with a new theme each week. Register for one or more sessions. Every session includes literature appreciation, art, music, and outdoor activities

Driver's Education

Take the state classroom requirements of driver's education using Brookfield Academy's facilities with Brookfield-based Arcade School of Driving.

Enrichment Courses

Explore a hobby, build a city, learn to cook and sew, play fun games, improve technology skills, explore the culture of another country, become a scientist, detective, or magician, go on field trips, or learn how to do something you've never tried before. The sky's the limit!

Fine Arts

Touch your creative side in courses of theatrical components, dancing, music through singing, instruments, and technology; and different art disciplines.

Service Learning

This is a week dedicated to community service.  Students learn the importance and satisfaction of giving back to those in our neighborhood by gathering donations, giving of their time, and going on the Service Project Field Trips! We will take a private bus to our destination so students will see, in person, how the people/animals we visit benefit from our donations and our time. These classes are no charge to interested students, thanks to the generosity of Brookfield Academy parents and their businesses who have underwritten the cost of transportation for students and all necessary materials/supplies.