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Eaglebrook School was founded in 1922 by Howard Gibbs as a private boarding and day school for boys in middle school. Learn about our school in Deerfield, Massachusetts then and now, and read about the Core Skills we think every boy should know.
At Eaglebrook, we recognize that all students learn in different ways, vary in their innate abilities, and come from a variety of educational backgrounds. Classes at Eaglebrook are organized to meet the needs of each boy.
Eaglebrook is a close community of middle school students, teachers, and their families. Activities outside of the academic classroom are important to the intellectual, social, physical, and emotional development of boys in middle school. Learn about the programs we offer at Eaglebrook, from athletics to arts.
At Eaglebrook, boys learn more than they ever thought possible, discover inner resources, develop self-confidence, and have fun along the way. Delivering on our mission is only possible through the incredible generosity of alumni, parents, parents of alumni, and friends.”
Eaglebrook Thirds soccer Team Dominates Regular Season
In a remarkable display of skill, teamwork, and determination, the Eaglebrook Thirds soccer team achieved a record of 10 wins and 0 losses during the fall 2023 regular season. Under the guidance of their head coach, Ms. Brittany Inch, and coach Drew Parsons ’16, the team showcased exceptional talent and a cohesive spirit that propelled them to victory in each of their encounters. See pictures from their game against Wilbraham Monson Academy here.
The Eaglebrook Thirds faced a diverse range of opponents, including Cardigan Mountain School, Wilbraham and Monson Academy, Athol Middle School, Mahar Regional School, Turners/Great Falls Middle School, Greenfield Middle School, Pioneer Valley Chinese Immersion School, Four Rivers Charter School, and Mohawk Regional School. Each match presented its own set of challenges, but the team's unwavering commitment to excellence allowed them to win in every contest of the regular season.
Coach Brittany Inch attributed the team's success to the unique blend of experience levels and perspectives among the players. Emphasizing the importance of diversity within the team, Coach Inch explained that the various backgrounds and playing styles of the athletes created a dynamic and well-rounded unit.
Throughout the regular season, the Eaglebrook Thirds soccer team demonstrated not only technical prowess but also a commendable team spirit. The players showcased a remarkable ability to support one another, fostering a positive and collaborative environment that undoubtedly contributed to their undefeated run. Watch an episode of Brookie Bits, a student-produced news show, about the team here. Learn more about athletics at Eaglebrook at www.eaglebrook.org/athletics.