Your summer begins at Brooks.
From sports, to boating, to tennis, to performance art, or just making friendships that will last a lifetime, we have all that and more at Brooks.
Brooks School is New England’s leader in summer programs. Situated on the idyllic Brooks School campus with its manicured fields, beautiful lake, and extensive amenities, participants have access to a variety of recreational, educational, and creative experiences. Our 270-acre campus offers summer programs the use of dorms, a full-service dining hall, an athletic complex, pools, boathouses with lake access, modern classrooms, and a professional performing arts center. Designed to meet diverse interests, abilities, and needs, our portfolio of programs is unmatched. At Brooks School, participants will find an environment that fosters a culture that creates a physically and emotionally safe, enriching environment.
In the Brooks School Day Camp, children flourish in a supportive atmosphere, acquire new skills, stir interest, make friends, and journey through memorable summer adventures. This program serves children ages three to fourteen. Full-day and half-day options are available.
Broadway at Brooks is our premier theatre camp, which is perfect for young artists looking to take their theatrical training to the next level. The two-week summer theatre workshop is for children in first through sixth grade. Theatre professionals with an invaluable depth of knowledge and years of experience in the field provide a meaningful and long-lasting experience for our students. This is a chance for students to learn from the best the area has to offer and become a triple threat performer.
The Leaders-In-Training program helps mentor young adults into becoming future leaders — this three-year program guides participants on a journey of self-development through classroom and hands-on application of skills. Each summer, young leaders make a four-week commitment to their personal growth.
Brooks Summer School focuses on academic enrichment and advancement. Learning in small groups, led by highly-qualified instructors, students apply concepts to real-world learning. Each three-week session allows students to master skills in a supportive and risk-free setting.
The Brooks School Summer Conference Center hosts highly acclaimed and nationally recognized conferences. Our focus is on supporting the continuing education of independent school educators. The Summer Conference Center is currently home to the Diversity Directions Seminar and the Stanley H. King Institute.
The Brooks School Athletic Complex offers extensive indoor and outdoor facilities, a 50,474 square-foot athletic center, a rowing center, and a hockey rink that converts to an indoor arena. The Brooks School Athletic Complex currently hosts a national soccer program and an elite rowing camp.