Student Publications


Valhalla refers to the ethereal realm in which slain Norse soldiers did battle for fun. Our goal here is a simple one: to provide Brentwood students and staff with a forum for the passionate discussion of all things philosophical, political, and religious.


Amaranth is the student-run literary magazine. First published in 1982, the name Amaranth refers to mythical flower that never fades or dies. Since the first issue, our goal has remained unchanged: to provide a forum for the voices of our students, to celebrate the creative spirit and to provoke, challenge, and illuminate the minds of the Brentwood School family.


Stay informed about what's happening at Brentwood School by subscribing to The Flyer, our award-winning student-run school newspaper. You will receive all 7 issues for just $20. To begin your subscription, please contact the Newspaper Advisor, Asako Kurosaka, at


Aerie is Brentwood School's award-winning yearbook, capturing in words and pictures the year's special moments.