Welcome to Brentwood School District! In Brentwood, we come together with a common purpose: To empower and support our students with meaningful relationships that allow them to thrive and become positive forces of change.
Come learn everything Brentwood has to offer by exploring our programs, student achievement, and other points of pride below.
Learn more about how Brentwood students perform and the competitive advantage provided by a Brentwood School District education.
Explore the profile of a Brentwood graduate, learn more about college resources, and see what our students do after graduating.
Explore the robust learning experience our Early Childhood Center offers our youngest learners.
Explore our new facilities and check progress on long-term facilities planning throughout the district.
Brentwood School District, in partnership with Special School District of St. Louis County, collaborates with students, families, and staff so that students with special needs may realize their potential.
Brentwood School District is committed to ensuring all students in our care, as well as their families and our staff members, are treated with respect, love, and care whatever their race, gender identity, orientation, religion, or socioeconomic status.
Explore the committees and work currently underway to constantly evaluate and revise our direction to ensure we meet our mission of providing a high-quality education for all.
Brentwood is served by volunteer citizens who are publicly elected to the Board of Education. Learn more about the Board, its role, and its goals here.
Explore openings and information about working with us to serve students.
Total Enrollment: 768
% Asian: 6.60%
% Black: 17.70%
% Multi-Race: 8.30%
% White: 61.80%
% Free/Reduced Lunch (FTE): 23.90%
Total Enrollment: 768
Average ACT Composite Score: 22.2
4-Year Graduation Rate: 94.6%
Percentage of Students Entering College/University, Military, or Apprenticeships: 95%
Total Number of Teaching Staff: 79
Percentage of Certified Staff with Advanced Degrees: 81.1%
Average Years of Teaching Experience: 14 years
Class Size Ratios:
- Mark Twain - 12:1
- McGrath - 13:1
- BMS - 12:1
- BHS - 12:1
Colors: Purple and Gold
District Students per Classroom Teacher: 10
1:1 Student Devices
Graduation Rate: 98.4%
Average ACT Score: 22.8