Founding Fiscal Principles:
  1. The school will not run at a deficit.
  2. Tuition covers all operational costs.
  3. Capital improvements will be raised outside operational revenues.
  4. No government funds will be solicited and none accepted. ~Walter Davis, Founder
The mission of Brookfield Academy is to graduate students prepared for college and life, educated in the skills, values, and heritage of responsible, constructive, free people. Since its beginning in 1962, the role of advancement at Brookfield Academy is to adhere to these founding fiscal principles when working to enhance  the  mission of Brookfield Academy.

The good work being done here is made possible by the generosity and commitment of all who believe in the mission and ideals of Brookfield Academy. Advancement at Brookfield Academy is dedicated to being good stewards of the values, beliefs, and ideals of our donors.

We are blessed to have a mobilized and dedicated group of volunteers leading many of our advancement activities. More than 40 on-going fun-, friend-, and fund-raising activities are volunteer-led and volunteer-supported.  Volunteers are the life blood of the advancement effort.

Please take a few moments to look at the many ways advancement works to ensure the students of Brookfield Academy are successful, free people. We welcome any suggestions or questions you may have.

Sincerely,

Dr. Larry Pesch
Executive Director of Advancement
An Independent College Preparatory Day School | K3 to Grade 12