Once enrolled at Brentwood School, every parent is automatically a member of both the Parents Association and the Eagles Association.
The Parents Association plays an essential role in the life of Brentwood School. The goal of the organization is to maintain a close relationship between the parents and the school. The Parents Association provides opportunities for the parent body to participate in a community of interests, acts as a resource for the school, and helps raise money for the school through the Parents Association Benefit and Auction each spring and the annual Party Book (see below).
The Parents Association also serves as a resource to classroom teachers, community service programs, the library, admissions and performing arts hospitality, in addition to a multitude of other programs and events. Involvement in the Parents Association facilitates parents’ connection to each other and to Brentwood School.
The Eagles Association, originally imagined solely as an athletic booster club, has long since evolved into an overall school spirit organization for the benefit and fun of our entire school community. While athletics and spirit remain a primary focus, the overall goal of the Eagles is to build community, support the efforts of the students, and offer parents a great opportunity to participate in school activities.
The Eagles raise friends and fun—not funds—with activities such as Ice Cream Day, Pancake Day, Harvest Festival, and by providing BBQ expertise at Homecoming and other events. As a bonus, parents form lasting friendships with other parents.