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.
How do you get young adults inspired and eager to speak out against human rights issues they are passionate about? If you are the Grammy Museum and the Robert F. Kennedy Human Rights group, you put on a Concert for Social Justice with keynote performers and the winner of the inaugural Speak Up, Sing Out songwriting contest. The concert was held on Wednesday, April 8 at the Fonda Theater with notable artists Jackson Browne, Tom Morello, Melissa Etheridge, and Graham Nash and David Crosby of Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young. Amongst the headliners was Brentwood’s very own, Jade R ’19, the winner of the songwriting contest. Jade submitted her song, "Invisible," which is about the experiences of a refugee from Darfur, and was informed that she was the winner over Spring Break. Watch Jade perform her song and listen to her interview on CNN International (April 13, 2015)...