Tom Brady has his eyes on education.
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback was spotted recently touring Miami Country Day School as an option for his kids to his attend, Page Six can exclusively reveal.
Video seen by Page Six shows Brady, dressed in khakis and a blue button down shirt, walking with one of the school’s administrators to take in the facility’s amenities. A security guard tailed the duo from a short distance.
Like the athlete he is, Brady carried a massive water bottle with him in case he faced any amount of dehydration.
Tuition for high school students at the elite prep school is $46,700. Parents of younger students in grades 1 through 4 would pay $36,400 while grades 5 through 8 pay around $43,000.
A rep for Brady didn’t immediately return Page Six’s request for comment.
Brady, 45, and Bündchen, 42, share 13-year-old son Benjamin and 10-year-old daughter Vivian. Brady also shares 15-year-old son Jack with ex Bridget Moynahan.
The former couple initially were meant to move to “billionaire’s bunker” Indian Creek Island in Miami, but their surprising divorce put a halt to the move — and on the home’s construction.
Instead, the former Victoria’s Secret Angel quietly bought an $11.5 million mansion in Miami opposite Brady’s compound.
The NFL star’s mansion has a waterfront view of Biscayne Bay, while Bündchen’s new home is in Surfside, almost directly across the narrow waterway.
“You could literally swim from Gisele’s place to Tom’s — not that they would — but both homes will include a dock, so it would be very easy for them to co-parent their children while living so close to each other,” an insider told Page Six in November.
The former couple are sharing joint custody of their kids following their Oct. 28 divorce. They were married for 13 years and together for 15.
Brady did not contest the filing, and the dissolution of their marriage was finalized the same day.
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