Work permit requests will be accepted Monday through Thursday between the hours of 8:00 am to 2:00 pm.
In order to get a work permit you MUST have ALL of the following:
1 - Completed Work Permit Request Form
2 - Birth Certificate OR Verified Baptismal Certificate OR School record showing proof of your age
3 - Social Security Card (You must have the physical card a photocopy or picture will not be accepted)
4 - Letter from the employer stating what you will be doing, how many hours you will be working and your start date
5 - Parent or Guardian signature on the letter from your employer
6 - $10.00 (Check made out to Brookfield Central or cash)
YOU DO NOT NEED A WORK PERMIT IF YOU ARE 16 YEARS OF AGE OR OLDER
We are excited to welcome the Class of 2023 to Brookfield Central! On August,29th we will be hosting our 6th Annual BC Freshmen Orientation Day.
The School District of Elmbrook's Board of Education confirmed the Administration's recommendation of Carolyn Hahn as Associate Principal of Brookfield Central High School at its regular board meeting on Tuesday, April 30.
The Brookfield Central Class of 2019 will graduate at 11:00 am on Sunday, June 9th in the Brookfield East Fieldhouse.
On Sunday, June 2, the Elmbrook Education Foundation hosted Brookfield Central5's 2019 Most Influential Educator program at the Western Racquet Club in Elm Grove. The program honors graduating seniors who have achieved academic excellence and allows the students to nominate an Elmbrook educator who has had a significant positive impact on their K-12 education.
Brookfield Central Class of 1968
Ted Vollmer is a Lancer graduate who has worked as a journalist across the U.S. for nearly 50 years. In addition, Ted continues to impact his school community through the facilitation of a popular Facebook group Brookfield Central Lancers - In Memoriam, which totals over 3,000 members.
2017 Lancer graduate, Max Czechowski, enrolled in the Dual Enrollment Academy (DEA) as a Junior at Brookfield Central. Through the program, he was able to get a jumpstart on his college education by completing 22 total college credits before graduating high school, saving him significant money and time to a degree. Max's story was showcased by the Wisconsin Technical College System and can be viewed here or seen below.