"As an International Baccalaureate Program coordinator at Mira Loma High School, I recruit students from all over the Sacramento Region. Brookfield students stand apart from their classmates as highly academically prepared as they excel at Mira Loma’s rigorous program. In addition, Brookfield students are thoughtful and outstanding community contributors. When I see an application that comes from a Brookfield student, I immediately feel confident that the student will be an asset to the Mira Loma campus for their academic abilities as well as their positive contributions to our school culture."
International Baccalaureate (IB) Coordinator
Mira Loma High School
"The Humanities and International Studies Program at C.K. McClatchy High School has proven to be a good fit for Brookfield students who are looking for a rigorous academic experience at a large, diverse public high school. They transition well and take advantage of all that McClatchy offers, academically, athletically and socially. We have been more than satisfied with their preparation and look forward to welcoming more of them into our community."
Coordinator, Humanities and International Studies Program (HISP)
C.K. McClatchy High School
"Students who come to Christian Brothers High School from Brookfield School are well positioned for success. Having benefitted from a rigorous curriculum and a nurturing environment, its graduates typically earn placement in our Accelerated College Prep courses and distinguish themselves, in and outside of the classroom, as leaders and valued members of our school community."
Director of Admissions and Communications
Christian Brothers High School
“Students that graduate from Brookfield continue to be well prepared and highly successful at Jesuit High School. The Brookfield students have the discipline and study habits to thrive in our college prep environment as well as typically taking honors and advanced placement level courses. We continue to see the Brookfield students at Jesuit getting involved in leadership roles all over campus. They continue to contribute, become leaders and strengthen the brotherhood here at Jesuit High School.”