The Edwards Campus is located at 1252 King Street (view in Google Maps) and is home to all Pre and Lower School classrooms, as well as the School’s main athletic facilities, which include Burke Field House, Sampson Athletic Center, and Robert L. Cosby Field. The campus is named in honor of Duncan Edwards, Brunswick’s sixth headmaster.
The Middle School is located at 1275 King Street (view in Google Maps) and is home to all Middle School classrooms and advisories, as well as the School’s alumni, development, and business offices.
The Upper School is located at 100 Maher Avenue (view in Google Maps), with an additional building housing Upper School admission and English and history classes at 116 Maple Avenue. The campus is home to all Upper School classrooms and advisories, Baker Theater, Conrades Student Lounge, and Berkley Library, as well as the headmaster’s office and the School’s administrative offices.
Brunswick’s vast, new Vermont Campus provides an abundance of natural resources and essential “away space in which students must switch off and disconnect to grasp and explore the benefits of both aloneness and direct, personal interaction — applying their classroom learning in the field, and deepening as never before their relationships to themselves, the world, and each other.
The campus sits on more than 650 acres of wilderness, hiking trails, and open fields in Randolph, Vermont, offering lodging, meeting rooms, a dining hall, and, most important, space — land, woods, streams, and nature in its abundance.
Walk through some of our facilities in 360 degrees: