Brentwood Academy is dedicated to nurturing and challenging the whole person — body, mind and spirit — to the glory of God. By educating the whole person, Brentwood Academy prepares its students for life, not just college.
Having a vision of the “heart” has been crucial to the Brentwood Academy experience. When Bill Brown established Brentwood Academy in 1969, he and the founding trustees envisioned a school that would emphasize the development of each student’s body, mind, and spirit. Their intent was to establish a school that would encourage the cultivation of relationships, service, and community outreach. Through the triangle philosophy, symbolizing the spiritual, academic and athletic dimensions of a whole person, we seek to ensure that strong academics and challenging athletics can prosper together in an environment where God is the foundation. A spirit of cooperation, rooted in wholesome relationships, is necessary for this model of education to be effective.