Graduates from The Brookfield School have successfully matriculated to a wide variety of college preparatory programs, colleges and universities. Selections have ranged from selective ocal public school programs to international schools. Within California, several of our graduates have attended The Stevenson School, Cate, Thacher, The Branson School, Santa Catalina, RL Stevenson, and San Domenico. Out of state, students have attended Phillips Andover, Phillips Exeter, Groton, and St. Paul's college preparatory boarding schools.
In Sacramento, our graduates attend both private and public high schools. Some of the more popularly attended private high school programs have been Christian Brothers Scholars Program, Jesuit High School, St. Francis High School, and Sacramento Country Day High School. Among the public schools that students regularly attend are the McClatchy HISP program, the Mira Loma International Baccalaureate Program, Kennedy High School (Honors and AP course work), and Rio Americano Civitas Program. Brookfield alumni are very high performing students at their respective high schools. Many have been recognized as Class Valedictorian and as College Board Distinquished Scholars.
Colleges and universities attended by Brookfield graduates include some of the most selective institutions. In alphabetical order, they include:
Boston College, Brown, Bryn Mawr, California State University, Cambridge University/England, Catholic University, Columbia, Cornell, Duke, Fordham, Georgetown, Gonzaga, Harvard, Harvey Mudd, Johns Hopkins, Kenyon, Loyola Marymount, M.I.T., Middlebury, New York University (NYU), Notre Dame, Occidental, Oxford University/England, Pepperdine, Pomona College, Reed, Rice, Santa Clara, St. Mary's College, Stanford, Swathmore, Texas A&M, United States Air Force Academy, United States Naval Academy, University of Arizona, University of California: (Berkeley, Davis, Irvine, Los Angeles, Riverside, San Diego, Santa Barbara, and Santa Cruz), University of Colorado, University of Edinberg, University of Oregon, University of Paris (Sorbonne)/France, University of Pennsylvania, University of San Francisco (USF), University of Southern California (USC), University of the Pacific (UOP), University of Washington, Vassar, Wellesley, Willamette, and Yale.