Overview
Welcome
Why Brentwood?
Admissions Process
Affording Brentwood
Application
Request Information
Visiting Brentwood
< Home Page



Thank you for your interest.  The major objective of Brentwood School is to provide a quality college-preparatory education for each child enrolled in the school.  In order to fulfill this objective, admission standards are applied to student applicants so that a student entering Brentwood has a reasonable expectation of success with our college-preparatory program.  All students who apply for admission will be considered as individuals, and admissions decisions will be based on a combination of factors.  Brentwood School admits students of any race, color, national and ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available at the school. 

Students presently enrolled and in good standing have first priority for consideration for enrollment.  Siblings of presently enrolled students have second priority, and children of Brentwood alumni have third priority.

After the first nine weeks of his/her junior year of high school, a student will not be considered for admission to Brentwood School unless he/she moves into Brentwood's service area.

Students entering Early Pre-K must be at least 3 years old by August 1;  Pre-K must be at least 4 years old by September 1.  Students entering kindergarten must be at least 5 years old by September 1, and students entering first grade must be at least 6 years old by September 1.

The Brentwood School Admissions process is detailed in the Admissions Process section of this website.  Our annual registration period is in February, but inquiries are welcomed throughout the year.  Please let us know of your interest by completing our online inquiry form, by calling the school's office (478) 552-5136, or email us at admissions@brentwoodschool.org.  We will be happy to send you an Admission Packet. 


"Next to love and a Christian heritage, there is no greater gift you can give a child than a quality education."
Lucy Nell Smith