Elmbrook School District

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Elmbrook School District
Brookfield, Wisconsin[1]
United States
District information
Motto "Community, Excellence, Opportunity"
Grades K-12
Superintendent Dr. Mark Hansen
Accreditation North Central Association of Colleges and Schools
Schools 11[1]
Students and staff
Students 7668[1]
Teachers 505[1]
Student-teacher ratio 15.2[1]
Other information
Website elmbrookschools.org

The Elmbrook School District serves the communities of Elm Grove, Brookfield, and a small portion of New Berlin, Wisconsin.

Board of education[edit]

The Elmbrook Board of Education consists of seven members, four representing districts, and three elected at large.



  • Brookfield Elementary
  • Burleigh Elementary
  • Dixon Elementary
  • Swanson Elementary
  • Tonawanda Elementary
  • Hillside Elementary (closed in 2012)



Special education[edit]

  • Fairview South School

Recent history[edit]

The voters of the Elmbrook School District approved by referendum a $62.2 million project to remodel both district high schools. The vote held on April 1, 2008 passed with a 52% majority.[2]