About BA

Fast Facts

Independent, coeducational, college preparatory day school, founded in 1962. Brookfield Academy educates students in K3 (age 3) through high school.

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  • 1962

    Founded

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  • 11-17

    Average class size

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  • 110

    Total faculty members

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  • 100%

    of Students enter a four-year college

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  • 8

    Faculty members hold doctoral degrees

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  • 886

    Total enrollment

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  • 1:9

    Student/Teacher ratio

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  • 117

    Campus acreage

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  • 40

    Faculty members holding masters degrees

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  • 2

    Faculty member with a J.D.

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  • Enrollment

    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.

    Primary School: 192 (Levels A-2)
    Lower School: 148 (Levels 3-5)
    Middle School: 224 (Levels 6-8)
    Upper School: 322 (Levels 9-12)

    Total: 886
  • Non-Discriminatory Policy

    Brookfield Academy accepts students regardless of race, creed, or national origin.
  • Faculty

    110 faculty members, all with earned B.A. or B.S. degrees; 40 faculty members also hold master's degrees, six hold doctoral degrees, and one has a J.D.
  • Facilities

    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
  • SAT Average Scores - Class of 2018

    Scores forReadingMath
    National533527
    Brookfield Academy668676
    Perfect Score800
    800

  • ACT Average Scores - Class of 2018

    National Composite21.0
    State Composite20.5
    BA Composite28.2
    Perfect Score(s)
    36 ('01, '07, '09, '13, 16, '17, '18)

  • Educational Records Bureau (ERB) Median Test Scores - Grade 8

    Scores forVerbalMath
    National5050
    Suburban8592
    Independent Schools8891
    Brookfield Academy9398
  • National Merit Recognition, Class of 2018

    Students in Senior Class: 90
    Semifinalists: 9
    Finalists: 9
    Commended: 7
    National Merit Scholarships: 2
  • Advanced Placement

    In May 2017, 160 Brookfield Academy students took 432 Advanced Placement (AP) tests in 28 subjects, with approximately 88% earning a score of 3 or higher. Students with such a score qualify for college credit or advanced placement at many leading colleges and universities.
  • College Placement

    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.
  • Rhodes Scholar

    Paul Taylor - BA Class of 2000; Boston College 2004
  • Schedule

    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: In 2017-18, classes begin in late August and end in late May. Two-week vacations are scheduled for Christmas in December and again for Spring Break in March. Academic year calendar for 2017-18.

    Academic year 2018 - 2019 calendar.
  • Tuition Schedule for 2018-19

    Level A             $ 8,600
    Levels B-1          $15,450
    Levels 2-4        $16,200
    Levels 5-6        $17,000
    Levels 7-8          $18,990
    Levels 9-10      $19,400
    Levels 11-12    $19,800
  • Payment Plans

    Brookfield Academy offers payment options after the non-refundable $2,000 enrollment deposit is paid. Tuition Schedule.

    Financial aid is available in the Middle and Upper Schools (Levels 6-12), and a scholarship program begins in the Upper School (Levels 9-12). International students are charged additional application and tuition fees to support the cost of the program.
  • Transportation

    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.
  • Peter Rabbit Program

    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.
  • After-School Care

    The Narnia Program for Primary and 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 Primary and Lower Schools.
An Independent College Preparatory Day School | K3 to Grade 12