Summer at Brentwood is a day program that provides a safe and nurturing environment for students entering Grades K - 12. Our 21-acre athletic facilities and beautiful East Campus classrooms host a broad range of classes, sports, and activities for the vibrant and diverse community of Brentwood School and our neighbors.
We are thrilled to invite you to our campus this summer.
Students enrolled in Summer at Brentwood continue to develop their talents while discovering new ones through moments of growth and enjoyment. Our courses offer unique experiences in academics, the arts, athletics, and activism—there is something for everyone!
As lifelong learners ourselves, we encourage young people to actively seek diverse perspectives and embrace diversity, equity, and inclusion as these are an essential part of who we are. During the summer, we continue to provide an environment that fosters openness and appreciation, where we value, include, and respect all those that join us.
Welcome to Summer at Brentwood!
Summer Program Director
Summer Program Assistant Director
"My daughter enjoyed the Design with Purpose program. She enjoyed the teachers and helping a child in need."
—Liz, 6th Grade parent
“All I can say is ‘WOW!’ If summer is this great, I can only imagine how awesome regular school is.”
—Maggie, Kindergarten parent
"This was a fabulous experience for my son. The Global Health program was more than we expected. The faculty were terrific!"
—Judy, 10th Grade parent
"Summer at Brentwood helped my child feel more confident entering Middle School."
—Kelly, 6th Grade parent
"Overall, the experience was great. Particularly enjoyed some of the thoughtful projects that the kids did and the work that was brought home - particularly the writing projects."
—Lainie, 4th Grade parent
"We loved the fact that hot lunch was provided, and that they didn't have to decide in advance what they wanted their meals to be each day."
—Erin, 5th Grade parent
"These programs are great because kids can experience different sports to see if they want to play them at school without making a season commitment. My son tried tennis and flag football and now wants to play football. Great intro!!"
—Suzanne, 6th Grade parent