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Why Brookstone? Because Travels Abound!

We’ve had lots of students packing suitcases lately! From historic Savannah, Georgia to the Andros Islands, our students have so many opportunities to travel, it’s impossible to do them all! Enjoy these pictures from the recent trips! They will make you want to get up and GO! Our Marine Biology class traveled to Andros Island in the Bahamas to study invertebrates. It’s just a shame that place is not pretty. Our Advanced Film Class made its 5th trip to New York City to compete in the All-American High School Film […]

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Breakfast Under the Lights and Cub Football 2019

It’s fall and that means football! And two of my favorite traditions here at Brookstone – Breakfast Under the Lights and Cub Football are all about just that – football! But what makes these two events so special, is that it highlights one of the most special things about Brookstone School and that is the ability of our Upper School students to interact with our Lower School students in such a fun and meaningful way! People matter here at Brookstone. And the opportunity for older students to work with and […]

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Calling All Auburn Tigers!

Do you live in the Auburn area or do you know people who do? Then come join us or help us spread the word! We are hosting an informational meeting in Auburn next week to share all the wonderful things going on at Brookstone School. If you have friends or family in the Auburn area that you would like to invite, we would love to have them join us. For more information, see details below or email Avery Wolff.

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Roaring Branch Campus

Our Roaring Branch Campus is one of the most beautiful areas of our campus, yet most people never even get to see it! So I was quite grateful when Sara Varner, with Servant Leadership, sent me these beautiful images! Perhaps even you are seeing this place for the first time. Nestled in the wooded area behind our football and baseball fields, is a hidden gem known as our Roaring Branch Campus. It’s made up of a gently flowing creek, a mile-long cross country trail, an outdoor amphitheater, a Chapel, and […]

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Our First Open House of the Year – October 3rd!

We invite you to join us for one of our upcoming Open Houses this fall! Come visit our campus, see our classrooms, and experience all the wonderful things happening here at Brookstone. CLICK HERE to register.  Our Open Houses will be held on the following days: Thursday, October 3, 2019 Thursday, November 7, 2019 Thursday, December 5, 2019 Thursday, January 16, 2020 Thursday, February 20, 2020 All Open Houses will be held from 11:30 am-1:00 pm and will begin in the Turner Center Gallery. There will be a short program followed by […]

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International Dot Day 2019

It was a magical week in the Woodruff Arts building as our Lower and Intermediate school students celebrated International Dot Day! “What’s ‘Dot Day,’ ” you say? Well, it’s only the most wonderful way to celebrate the fact that ANYONE can make their mark on this world! According to art teacher extraordinaire, Deana Graham, International Dot Day was started about ten years ago by an art teacher who was so moved by Peter Reynold’s book, The Dot, a simple book with a deep meaning. In the book, a little girl does not […]

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Parent University – Public and Permanent

One of the MANY reasons I love Brookstone School is because of the true commitment the school has to our kids’ well-being. The same can be said for us as parents. That’s why I am so grateful for our Brookstone Parents Association and our faculty who work together to bring speakers to campus whose knowledge and expertise will benefit us all. They are called Parent Universities. And this school year alone (as in since August!!), we’ve had Dr. Scott Hamilton, an expert in the field of learning differences and executive […]

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