HISTORY. Founded in 1956, Brookwood School is a non-profit, non-denominational, coed day school for Grades PreK through eight. Brookwood has been a respected leader in education for over 50 years.
LOCATION. On 30 wooded acres on Boston’s North Shore, the Brookwood campus is just minutes from Route 128 on the Beverly/Manchester line.
STUDENTS. Brookwood educates approximately 400 students of diverse backgrounds enrolled in Pre-Kindergarten through Grade Eight.
FACULTY. Brookwood employs 46 full-time and 14 part-time teachers. Our student/teacher ratio is 8:1. Four of five faculty members hold advanced degrees.
ACADEMICS. Brookwood offers the traditional academic areas of focus, an exceptionally strong creative arts program, and a variety of signature programs. For full curricular descriptions visit the "Curriculum at Brookwood" page under the “Academics” tab.
FACILITIES. The Brookwood campus features a 15,000 volume library and learning center; a state-of-the-art science department with four laboratory classrooms and a 1,000-square-foot “science gym” for experiment and study; the Dodge Writing Center; two acoustically-designed music classrooms, a professional recording studio and several practice rooms; three art classrooms and a dedicated clay studio with kiln; two computer labs; a four-classroom world language center with a 14-station computer lab; two athletic fields; two gymnasiums; athletic locker rooms; a dining room; and multiple classrooms for every grade level.