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Brookfield East is a community of learners dedicated to academic and human excellence, which is reflected in our efforts to provide each student with meaningful and enriching learning experiences, both in and outside of the classroom.
Every Student is Successful
BEHS offers a well-rounded and comprehensive curriculum designed to meet the needs of students with diverse interests. A leader in the integration of interactive technologies, with SMART Boards in every classroom, tablet laptops to support assessment and instruction, and SMART Response units and Document Cameras to facilitate just-in-time learning and assessment.
In addition to providing a challenging academic curriculum delivered by experienced and talented staff, Brookfield East alumni often speak of the lifelong friendships they forged, the opportunities they had, and the Spartan spirit that is such an important part of our school and our school community.
Something for Every Student
Brookfield East’s extensive co-curricular opportunities afford students rigor, challenge, and character development during their high school years. The school is supported by highly engaged parents and the wider community. We also have a recently renovated building, to include a Field House, complete with state-of-the-art space and technology, to enhance student learning.
Family Engagement is Key
Parents and families are central to Brookfield East and are one of the reasons for our school’s continued success. Parents are encouraged to participate in the PTO and get involved with various school and district projects, booster clubs, committees, and groups.
Stay up to date with all that is happening at Brookfield East and the School District of Elmbrook and learn how we are working hard to continue and expand our communication efforts.
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Junior Spartanette, Karoline Sanders
Congratulations Brookfield East High School Forensics team!
Congratulations to BEHS's Scholastic Art Award winners!
L to R: Alec James '13, Mike Caliendo '16, Connor Allen '15
A combined team of students from Brookfield Central and Brookfield East won first place at the MSOE Computer Programming Competition on November 18! They competed against 51 teams (204 students) of programmers from multiple states. This is the third year in a row that BCHS and BEHS have combined to win the competition.
Brookfield East running back, Sam Santiago-Lloyd (Senior) was named the Associated Press Wisconsin Player of the Year after the impressive season that concluded with East’s state championship and a state all-division record five touchdowns.