The Brentwood School District, in partnership with our community, will provide an exceptional education, build character, and empower all students to reach their full potential as life-long learners in a diverse, global society.
Guiding students of over 50 different nationalities.
Graduates of the the district have gone on to top universities such as Yale, Cornell, and MIT.
Many district programs and students have received local, state and national recognition for sports, science, arts, and more.
At the Feb. 15 meeting of the Brentwood Union Free School District Board of Education, the Board recognized six outstanding individuals for their contributions to their community in honor of Black History Month.
This past weekend Brentwood High School drama and performing arts held its musical “On Your Feet,” with talented students performing the story of Emilio and Gloria Estefan. The stunning performance rivaled that of a Broadway play with captivating songs, choreography and set design.
At the Jan. 18 meeting of the Brentwood Union Free School District Board of Education, the Board recognized four outstanding educators from the District who earned their National Board Certification from the National Board for Professional Teaching Standards.
At the Dec. 21 meeting of the Brentwood Union Free School District Board of Education, the Board recognized several students and staff members for their outstanding contributions to the Brentwood school community.
On December 8, the Brentwood Union Free School District celebrated its tenth-annual Tree-Lighting Extravaganza in front of the High School’s Sonderling and Ross Centers.
BHS held its second annual Mix It Up Day to encourage more inclusion and camaraderie between those that share a lunch period and possibly some more commonalities.
On Oct. 17, Brentwood High School welcomed several special guests from the prestigious Hartt School of Music at the University of Hartford to speak to students who are pursuing music and part of the wind ensemble and symphonic band.