Senior David Joplin has been named the Greater Metro Conference (GMC) 2021 Player of the Year! Joplin was also named First Team All-Conference and First Team All-State by the Associated Press. Last season, David joined the 1000 Point Club and this year he became the All-Time Leading Scorer and Rebounder in BCHS History while setting a single season scoring record!
Brookfield Central Class of 2015
Maddie is a 2015 Lancer graduate who works in the State Capitol as a Research Assistant for Representative Robyn Vining.
Brookfield Central Junior, Tania Mishra has been named a 2021 National Center for Women and Information Technology (NCWIT) Aspirations in Computing (AiC) National Winner. Mishra is one of only 40 winners from across 46 states, the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico, the U.S. Virgin Islands, Guam, and all U.S. overseas military bases. Tania will be honored at a virtual award ceremony on May 16 held by NCWIT-WI.
This year in Elmbrook, Brookfield Central High School seniors Niyati Hansaria, Manasvi Paturu, Natalie Winn, and Brookfield East senior Alena Wadzinske were awarded Excellence Scholarships on behalf of the foundation for their academic leadership.
Congratulations to Marisa Roth and Gracie Shaikh for their tremendous performances at the 2021 Women's High School Folkstyle State Wrestling Tournament!
Barracudas Take 5th Place at WIAA State!
Brookfield Central Class of 2003
Joe Thomas is a Lancer graduate and retired football offensive tackle for the Cleveland Browns who was recently honored with fellow alum Kenny Harrison with the dedication of the Harrison-Thomas Stadium at Central.
The Brookfield Jaycees will honor BCHS Science Teacher Mike Mohammad as Outstanding Educator for their 2021 Distinguished Service Awards. The annual Distinguished Service Awards honors one Outstanding Police Officer, Outstanding Firefighter, and Outstanding Educator. Mike was nominated by Brookfield Central High School staff who recognized his leadership in the building and District.
For this entire school year we have done everything possible to keep our students and staff safe while prioritizing in-person learning. Of all the safety and risk mitigation measures and efforts implemented, none has been more impactful than masking. The science and the data support this, and we stand behind it. We will continue to follow the science and rely on our Medical Advisory Board to help guide policies and procedures. To be clear, regardless of the political action in Madison, masks will be required in all schools for anyone entering a facility in the School District of Elmbrook. Read more for additional information.
WIAA State Team Championships
ACT Composite Score
Significantly Exceeds Rating
Score on WI Report Card
in Scholarships Earned by
Class of 2019
Most Active Key Club
in the World
National Merit Semifinalists