Nestled on 800 acres in the Hudson Valley, Millbrook School resides just 90 miles north of New York City. Millbrook is home to 315 students from 22 states and 17 countries. The campus includes state of the art residential, athletic, arts, and environmental science facilities, including the AZA accredited Trevor Zoo. Everything that Millbrook School does begins and ends with its mission: In a community where every student is known and needed, Millbrook prepares its students for college and lives of meaning and consequence by instilling the values of respect, integrity, stewardship, service, and curiosity. Through our commitment to ensuring that every student is needed and known, Millbrook students have the opportunity to explore new passions, while developing greater expertise and confidence in their current interests. Millbrook prides itself on being a challenging, yet supportive school, where its students can be their best selves while working towards a greater good within the community and beyond.
Students can become involved in the daily care of our 180 animals and 9 endagered species at Millbrook’s AZA accredited Trevor Zoo. The zoo provides opportunity for students to research, test hypotheses, and learn more here about biology, animal behavior, and environmental science.
Beyond the demands of academics and athletics, students meet within more than 38 community service groups which is incorporated into the weekly academic schedule. Students maintain and operate places like the the Trevor Zoo, recycling center, school store, garden, outreach and more.