For the first time ever, Brookfield East High School is being honored as the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel's School of the Year! This honor is based on a point system determined by high finishes in the WIAA tournament series. BEHS led with 18 total points, claiming the title over Muskego with a total of 16 points. In 2019-20, the Spartans won state championships in football and girls swimming and diving, finished 2nd in boys soccer, and had several other state qualifiers in volleyball, tennis, wrestling, cross country, and a point adjustment for the basketball season that came to an early end.
"We are so proud of all of our student-athletes and coaches whose work is recognized in this award," said Ben Westphal, Associate Principal for Athletics and Activities. "This honor serves as a tribute to the academic and human excellence that our students display each day at Brookfield East."
Congratulations to all students and coaches at Brookfield East! You can read the full article here.