For more than six decades

Brookfield Academy has provided a high quality K-12 education by implementing a classical approach grounded in the liberal arts. The school’s great success is due to its clear vision and goal for each student’s future. Through its well-planned and carefully delivered academic and character education programs, students grow to be “responsible, constructive, free people.”
The school’s mission and excellence result from the fact that each aspect of Brookfield Academy - the classroom instruction, the athletic program, the arts, and all the extracurriculars - work together to form the students’ character, their confidence, their intellect, and their sense of purpose and responsibility.

Four Divisions, One School

From K3 through Level 12, Brookfield Academy offers students an exemplary academic experience. Our students are prepared to attend the finest colleges and universities across the United States and throughout the world.
Primary School and Lower School students learn the basics - reading and math - but also are introduced to literature, languages, history, science, art, and a whole new academic environment to prepare them for lifelong learning.

In the Middle School, students continue to advance in the core curriculum. Learning activities are designed especially for their level of attention and energy. Besides core academics, students develop their physical bodies in gym class and their artistic abilities in chorus and art. Middle School students have access to a fully equipped computer lab and make use of technology skills to complete class assignments.

Brookfield Academy students begin their Upper School experience with a clear goal in sight: To be accepted by the college or university of their choice after graduation. One hundred percent of our graduates enter a four-year college or university program. Brookfield Academy's traditional liberal arts curriculum prepares students to pursue a wide range of options once in college.

William L. Law, Founder

"The Academy student learns to adapt to life, to pursue a career, to 'make a living,' but if that is all he or she learns, we have failed. Ultimately, if the Academy has been a success, the student graduates with firm moral principles and with an understanding of and appreciation for his or her culture and with a sense of responsibility to every person."
An Independent College Preparatory Day School | K3 to Grade 12