At Breck, we join 14 grades on one beautiful campus. Being together encourages our older students to be mentors and role models to our younger students.
Our early learning experts envelope your child in a caring community and open up the world to his or her inquisitive mind.
Our Middle School students handle these sometimes challenging years uncommonly well, thanks in part to the support and sense of community they feel among their teachers and classmates.
Upper School students can take a wide range of AP courses incorporated into our diverse curriculum. Beyond academics, students augment their learning by becoming immersed in the vibrant life of our Upper School.
The arts are a vital part of the Breck experience. Students at all ages develop confidence and creativity through visual and performing arts.
Athletic offerings at Breck are unprecedented for a school of our size, and Breck athletes are top competitors.
Breck School goes beyond just good students. We nurture good people. Breck provides a diverse learning community where each individual can uncover his or her full potential. Whether your child's path at Breck leads to science, arts, athletics, math, servant leadership, modern languages or all of the above, he or she will find support and opportunity at every turn.
Grades Served: Preschool-12
Single-Sex or Co-ed: Co-ed
Setting (Urban/Suburban): Suburban
Religious Affiliation: Episcopal
Student-Faculty Ratio: 8.5:1
Special Programs/Features: Breck promotes real-world experience in science, history and mathematics through advanced research opportunities. We also provide students a deeper understanding of the world through community engagement and service, a tradition embedded in our curriculum for even our youngest students. Breck also provides comprehensive arts and athletic programs.
Summer Programs: Yes! Visit breckschool.org/summer-programs
Application Deadline: 2/1/16
Required Testing: Developmental testing for preschool and kindergarten. Standardized testing for grades 1-12.
Tuition: $15,385 - $27,995 (includes fees and lunch)
Financial Aid Program: Budget exceeds $5 million
% of Student Body on Financial Aid: 23