The admission process is designed to provide the best possible opportunity for an applicant and his family to understand Brunswick and its philosophy of education, and for the admission staff to understand each boy and his educational background and interests. Only when these goals have been met can both the family and the School be satisfied that the right match has been made for a student's successful education. Brunswick does not discriminate in the administration of its admission, financial aid, academic or other programs on the basis of race, religion, ethnic or national background.
Brunswick School tries to meet, within its means, the financial needs of students of deserving character and academic promise. Brunswick is a member of the School and Student Service for Financial Aid (SSS) which assists schools in making financial aid decisions. Financial assistance is on a need basis only, not academic scholarship performance. An applicant for financial assistance should notify the Admission Office when applying.
The Admission reception is held in the fall. The reception will consist of presentations by our Headmaster, Tom Philip, students in each division, student-guided tours and opportunities to meet with teachers, administrators and other members of the Brunswick School community. Candidates interested in ninth through twelfth grades, and their parents, may visit the Upper School, during school hours by appointment.
Brunswick has entry points for each division: pre-kindergarten and kindergarten for the Pre and Lower School; fifth and sixth grades for Middle School, and ninth for the Upper School. In other grades space is available solely based on attrition. Brunswick will accept applications to any grade, however student visits may be limited if it is a non-entry year and there is no predicted attrition.
Middle School | Grades 5 through 8