Est. 1972Our original campus, circa 1930, when Brentwood School was a military academy surrounded by open fields.
Start CuriousOpening Ceremony is one of our most treasured traditions, when both campuses come together to welcome our incoming Kindergarten class and begin the new school year.
Est. 1972In the 1980s, Middle School students attended classes in trailers until the new building was completed in 1984.
Stay CuriousCandlelighting is an annual tradition started during the tenure of former Head of School Hunter Temple, to symbolize the passing of the torch of leadership from one senior class to the next.
Est. 1972In the early days of the school, assemblies and other gatherings were held in the North Quad.
Go AnywhereHomecoming brings together current students, faculty, staff, alumni, families, and friends for a day of sports and activities on the East Campus.
In early October, the Alumni Relations Office sent out a survey to over 2700 alumni asking them to answer questions about their collegiate sports experience—whether or not they played, where, and what honors they received while playing. The response was immediate and came from all over the country. Emily Ellis '94, Director of Alumni Relations, noted, "As the survey results poured in, we were thrilled to hear from so many alumni athletes—going back to 1978! As part of Brentwood School history, it is crucial to document the many accomplishments of our alumni community, and athletics play a huge part in the traditions of our school. The page is also an incredible tool for current students to see how many successful athletes have walked in their footsteps, as well as an excellent means for prospective families applying to Brentwood to view the athletic success of our graduates." So, with all of this great data and information in house, we created the Alumni Athletes page at bwscampus.com. The page features information about alumni athletes by year going back to 1978, a listing of Olympians and professional athletes, and photo galleries of our athletes in action at their colleges, among other features...