Welcome to Brentwood School

Thank you for taking the time to explore our website and familiarize yourself with our learning community. Our school is comprised of two campuses located four blocks apart. The West Campus, on Sunset Boulevard and Saltair Avenue, serves students in Grades K-6. At Sunset Boulevard and Barrington Place, the East Campus serves students in Grades 7-12. Our population consists of approximately 1,020 learners, 35% of whom are students of color.

Brentwood inspires every student to:
Think critically and creatively.
Act ethically.
Shape a future with meaning.

Whether you are interested in applying at this time or would simply like to learn more about our school, we hope that you find this site informative, useful, and engaging.

As you begin the process of researching schools in an effort to find the best match for your family, we invite you to include a visit to Brentwood School. It is helpful to see firsthand how we live our core values of trust, respect, responsibility, honesty, caring, community, and diversity.


Adrienne Agena            
Director of Admissions, West Campus  

Lauren Windom
Director of Admissions, East Campus

Brentwood School does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, disability, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, or national or ethnic origin or ancestry in the administration of its education or admissions policies or its financial aid, athletics, or other programs.

Fast Facts

West Campus, (310) 889-2812

East Campus, (310) 889-2657

Statement of Purpose

Brentwood inspires every student to:
Think critically and creatively.
Act ethically.
Shape a future with meaning.

Brentwood School is an independent K-12 coed day school with two campuses, located four blocks apart, in the Brentwood neighborhood of Los Angeles.

Lower School (K-6): 300
Middle School (7-8): 240
Upper School (9-12): 480

125 full-time teachers, 16 part-time teachers

95 hold advanced degrees
60 have been at the school for 10+ years

Average Class Size
K: 14
1-6: 22
7-12: 17

Student/Teacher Ratio
K, 7:1
1-6, 11:1
7-12, 8:1

Our school community is shaped and enhanced by students who live in about 90 different zip code areas and come from over 140 different schools. Fifteen percent of our families benefit from financial assistance. The West Campus (Grades K-6) is currently 35% students of color, and the East Campus (Grades 7-12) is 34% students of color.
Interscholastic Athletics

72 teams