Summer is almost here. Students have scattered. Where will the class of 2021 be this fall? Find out below!
Report Cards and Advisor Reports
Semester 2 Report Cards and Advisor Reports are now available in OnBrooks. Graduated and not-returning students will have until June 23 to access these reports. The college office will send out final transcripts on behalf of the class of 2021 towards the end of the month. Please contact Registrar Lisa Saunders if you need assistance with OnBrooks.
Sixth-Form Parents/Guardians: Print Your Magnus Forms!
Colleges, summer camps and sport programs often require a copy of your child’s physical examination and immunization records. The Health & Wellness Center recommends that you log in to Magnus now to print a copy of any documents you may need. After July 1, health records for the class of 2021 will be archived and you will need to call Magnus Health for access.
Magnus Forms Due
Magnus healthcare forms for the Health & Wellness Center are ready to complete in OnBrooks. Sign in with your parent/guardian account and go to Resources > Magnus to gain access and complete these required medical and dean's office forms.
Follett Online Bookstore Opens Soon
Students will be able to view registered courses in OnBrooks in mid-July. Follett, the online textbook provider for Brooks School, will open access to their bookstore for students and families to purchase books for fall courses on July 14. Look for notices in OnBrooks' "Summer Reading & Assignments" group page for updates on the opening of the online bookstore.
See the Sixth-Form Slideshow
For your viewing enjoyment, click to watch, re-watch or forward the sixth-form slideshow that was shown at our recent gathering for class of 2021 parents.
Where Are the Graduates Headed?
We are thrilled for all our new graduates and their college results! Click to see the 2021 college matriculation list.
Summer Reading List
Learn about summer reading requirements in the linked letter from Dean of Academic Affairs Susanna Waters. This summer's All Community Read is Born a Crime: Stories from a South African Childhood, by Trevor Noah, and we welcome you to join in reading the memoir, too!
Interested in Music Lessons and Ensembles?
Please complete the Music Opportunities and Ensembles for 2021-2022 form if you would like more information regarding instrumental and voice lessons available through Brooks or to inquire about joining an ensemble this fall. Private instruction is available for most instruments and voice on a weekly basis at Brooks. Instruction is provided by some of the finest musicians in the greater Boston area. Lessons are not for academic credit and are scheduled with the individual instructor for an additional fee. Students enroll by completing the online form or by contacting Arts Department Chair Babs Wheelden directly.
Summer Session Reminder
Looking for some educational and enriching ways to keep your child busy this summer? There is still time to sign up for Brooks School's Summer Session! Take a look at Summer Session's flyer for more information and visit the Summer Session page to see the current course list and to register. As a reminder, these are different from the classes offered through Brooks Summer Programs, which do not offer Brooks credit and are not taught by Brooks teachers.
2021-2022 Calendar
Looking ahead now that this year has come to a close? Click to view the major dates for the 2021-2022 academic year. Of note: Family Weekend will be held on October 22 and 23.
E&R Laundry Services
For those boarding families who missed the opportunity during the enrollment process to sign up for laundry services, please review and complete the E&R form. Once complete, the form can be sent to

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