Welcome to Brehm!
Thank you for researching our website! The fact that you are reading this means that you are probably a parent, guardian or advocate for a child in need of a better learning environment.
You have come to the right place.
Brehm Preparatory School is known for helping bright students with learning challenges maximize their potential for success. Brehm’s uniquely holistic approach and long history of successful student outcomes is without equal — and I speak from personal experience. My own son has attended Brehm for over 4 years and I have been amazed at his transformation – academically, socially and emotionally.
The decision to enroll a child in a boarding school has tremendous impact on a family. Brehm’s admissions process is designed to provide the parents of prospective students with a thorough understanding of just how positive that impact can be. Our focus is on listening to you and your child to gain a full understanding of his or her individual needs. Our goal is to provide clear and comprehensive information you need to make the best possible decisions for your child’s future. While this website will answer many of your questions, speaking and meeting with us, one-to-one, is the best way to determine whether your child and Brehm are the right match.
To begin the application process, you can start by filling out our initial Application Form or by speaking with one of our admissions professionals at (618) 457-0371. If you’d like to learn more about Brehm before contacting us, click here to request an information packet. We look forward to hearing from you!
Brian Taylor, M.Ed
Director of Admissions
Who we serve
Brehm Preparatory School serves bright students with language-based and other learning challenges helping them to recognize and optimize their potential by equipping them with the self-knowledge and skills critical to success in learning and in life.
Our students often have multiple diagnoses (OR: challenges) affecting their performance, including Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), language-based processing issues, executive function issues, and the social and psychological impacts of not being successful in an academic environment.
To see all those we serve and determine whether Brehm is a good fit for your child, click here.