Brookfield East High School is proud to announce that ten members of the senior class have earned the distinction of National Merit Semifinalist and one commended student for the 2018-19 school year.
BEHS senior Namitha Alexander placed 8th out of some 240 competitors at the National Speech and Debate’s Tournament. The tournament was held in late June in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. Namitha debated 14 rounds before being eliminated in the double elimination tournament. This is the farthest any East debater has gone in school history. Congratulations Namitha!
On Friday, June 29th, Brookfield East officially dedicated the Ted Kanavas Baseball Field during a community memorial ceremony in honor of the late alumnus.
On Sunday, June 24, recent Elmbrook graduates Julian Rhee (Brookfield East) and Sophia Sun (Brookfield Central) accepted their Presidential Scholar awards at a ceremony in Washington, D.C. sponsored by the White House.
Brookfield East Senior Nikhita Santebennur was awarded the 2018 Congressional Award Gold Medal for the state of Wisconsin.
On Saturday, June 9, the Brookfield East Boys Tennis team finished their 2018 season as Division 1 State Runner-Up!
The Brookfield East Class of 2018 will graduate on Sunday, June 10th and their extraordinary accomplishments leave them with much to be proud of and even more to look forward to!
On Sunday, May 20, the Elmbrook Education Foundation hosted Brookfield East's 2018 Most Influential Educator program. 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.
ACT Composite Score (24.6)
Among WI High Schools
Significantly Exceeds Rating Score
on WI Report Card
2016 WIAA State Football Champions
Million in Scholarships Earned
by Class of 2016
National Merit Semifinalists