The Brentwood Borough School District is a small school district attended by students who live in Brentwood, PA.

1,200 students attend elementary, middle or high school. There’s a student-teacher ratio of 14 to 1.

44% of students are at least proficient in math and 65% in reading, according to, which gave the district an overall grade of B-. is a Pittsburgh-based company that reviews and ranks schools and neighborhoods across the United States.

Kindergarten through fifth grade, students attend Elroy Avenue Elementary School or Moore Elementary School on Dalewood Street. Students use computers to learn, do research and finish assignments. Physical education classes are held twice a week. Guidance, psychological and health services are provided to support student development.

From 6th to 8th grade, children attend Brentwood Middle School on Brownsville Road. The curriculum covers English, math, science and social studies. Students cycle through art, computer science or technology, and media literacy courses. German and Spanish are taught. Physical education is required.

Band and chorus are offered as electives to middle school students. Band students can be part of the high school marching band.

Sports are made available to middle school students – basketball, track & field, swimming and cheerleading.

Brentwood High School requires classes in English, math, science, social studies, arts and humanities, health and physical education, electives and a graduation project. Advanced Placement (AP) courses are offered with additional content and workload as college preparatory classes. Their graduation rate of 95% has stayed relatively flat over five school years, Public School Review reported.

The school district operates a gifted program to enrich students who show the potential for high intellectual, creative, artistic or leadership achievements. High school gifted students can get into honors or AP classes, and participate in Pennsylvania’s dual enrollment program.

Dual enrollment allows high school students to take college courses at a discounted rate, earning credits towards high school graduation and college while continuing the usual high school programs. A GPA of 3.0 or better is required.

High school students can participate in Brentwood Spartans football, basketball, baseball, softball, soccer, volleyball, track and field, cross country and golf. The Western Pennsylvania Interscholastic Athletic League (WPIAL) administers athletic competition between Brentwood and other school in western PA.

A commemorative plaque in the Brentwood Middle/High School annex entrance memorializes past athletes who been inducted into the Brentwood High School Hall of Fame. The Hall of Fame provides scholarships, makes Circle of Excellence awards to former educators, and honors contributions to the community by alumni. A Hall of Fame banquet is held.

The district provides special education services to eligible students, who receive an individualized program tailored to their needs. There’s no cost to the parents.

One out of four students are economically disadvantaged, US News & World Report wrote.

A 9-member board of education oversees Brentwood Borough School District subject to state and federal regulations. Board members are elected to four-terms. School Board meetings are held on the 2nd and 3rd Monday of each month, and are open to the public.

The Brentwood Borough School District is a small district that covers all the bases with curriculum and extra curricular activities including sports and marching band.