Due to popular demand, more seats will be added to open another AM session of the 2019-20 Elmbrook Schools fee-based preschool program. Seats are also currently available in our PM session. Please inquire for more information! Registration for preschool is ongoing and a limited number of spaces are available. Families can learn more about the Preschool by visiting the website, or calling 262-781-3030 x1183.
Brookfield East Class of 1997
Damian Buchman is a two-time survivor of childhood cancer and today is the Founder and CEO of The Ability Center, where he is working to create the first universal playgrounds in the Milwaukee area.
On Monday, May 6, Elmbrook Schools held the 4th Annual Engaged in Excellence Awards Red Carpet Gala at the Sharon Lynne Wilson Center for the Arts, sponsored by the Elmbrook Education Foundation. The event celebrated forty-six individual and six team finalists, alumni and community partner honorees, 2018-19 retirees, and 25+ years of service honorees.
The BEAST Robotics team (a Brookfield Central, Brookfield East co-op) and Wisconsin Hills' GEarheads team advanced to the FIRST World Championships that took place in Detroit from April 24-27. The event hosted more than 43,000 attendees with over 17,000 students from 37 different countries competing with team-built robots to show their skills in innovation.
On April 27, a team of Wisconsin Hills Middle School students participated in the National Science Bowl (NSB) Finals in Washington D.C. The team competed against 48 of the top middle schools across the country in a Jeopardy-style Science competition and finished with a 6-2 record, tied for ninth place.
The School District of Elmbrook is proud to announce that Brookfield East Senior, Namitha Alexander, has been named a U.S. Presidential Scholar for the state of Wisconsin!
On Monday, May 6, retiring employees and employees with 25+ years of service were honored at the District's 4th Annual Engaged in Excellence Event. We celebrate their achievements and thank them for their contributions in making Elmbrook a great place to learn, a great place to work and a great school district.
Steve “Señor” Sexton, Forensics and Debate Coach at Brookfield East High School, passed away on Tuesday, May 7. Steve had a tremendous influence and impact on many of the students at BEHS. He coached at East since 2008, and in 2013 was inducted into the Wisconsin Forensics Coaches Hall of Fame in recognition for his work in Forensics across the state. He will be greatly missed by his family, friends, and the entire Brookfield East and School District of Elmbrook Communities.
Brookfield East High School students, Namitha Alexander, Michelle Li, and Nikhita Santebennur, have been selected as three of the twelve 2019 Presidential Scholars semifinalists in Wisconsin.
ACT Composite Score (24.4)
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