Alderbrook School is a co-educational secondary school in Solihull, West Midlands. It shares grounds with the neighbouring schools of Tudor Grange Academy and St. Peter's RC School.
In 2004, David Miliband toured Alderbrook to promote the General National Vocational Qualifications (GNVQ).
The school turned into an academy in August 2011, under new legislation introduced by the government earlier that year. The school uses cashless dinner systems.
The school has three key values that show what they hope their pupils will express; "Respect," "Commitment," and "Honesty,".
It was announced during Summer 2014 that Alderbrook would open a sixth form, beginning to admit 16-18 students from September 2015. The motto for the new Sixth Form was "Fulfilling Potential Inspiring Minds", and the first Year 12 cohort admitted a successful amount of 66 students.
Alderbrook is also a dominant school in terms of BLP and it even has its own award scheme entitled the "Independence Award".