Congratulations to Rebecca Calhoun for placing runner-up in the 2021 Third District Congressional Art Competition! There were two categories this year for judging: a critically judged category judged by local artists and individuals from the Art Institute of Atlanta, and a people’s choice category voted on by members of the community on social media. In the critically judged category, Rebecca was recognized for her piece entitled Alive Oaks. Congratulations to Rebecca and her Brookstone art teacher, Ms. Leslie Shirah! #BeTheOneWhoCreates#BrookstoneFineArts#WhyBrookstone
Congratulations are in order to members of our Track and Golf teams! First, congratulations to our varsity girls track team for their strong finish at the State Meet last weekend! See the news below: BIG weekend for the #BrookstoneTrackTeam at state! 400 m – Elizabeth Cowley, STATE CHAMPION! Elizabeth ran a school record/personal record 56.97! Shot put – Kelsey Long, 5th in state! Triple jump – Elizabeth Cowley, 7th in state and she jumped a personal record 34′ 5 1/2″! 4 x 400 – Anna Kate Helton, Lizzie Helton, Trinity […]
It is one of our favorite traditions every year, the Alumni March! There’s nothing better than hearing cheers from the whole school as our seniors walk the quad and get ready for all the graduation festivities! Here’s to the Class of 2021 as they become official Brookstone Alumni later this week! We are so proud of you!
Congratulations to the Class of 2021! We are so proud of you!
Congratulations to the Brookstone Athletic Department who was chosen by the members of our region to receive the Sportsmanship Award for the 2020-2021 school year. The criteria for this award includes host school hospitality, coaches sideline demeanor, athlete demeanor during competition, and game and campus experience. Jimmy Messer, our Athletic Director, thanked all who played a part in making it happen in an email sent to the school. He wrote, “Thank you to everyone who played a role in helping our school receive this recognition. I appreciate the way our families, coaches, […]
There was a special delivery made to one dedicated Brookstone Baseball Fan this past week in the Intermediate School. Read more below from Mrs. Javonne Stewart. “I live for special and heartfelt moments. That ‘Aha!’ moment when a student finally gets it; the moment when a former student goes out of their way to stop by and say hello; or the moment when two siblings see each other on the playground and run in for a big hug. These are the types of moments that fill your heart and let […]
It’s not every day an international superstar gives you a shout out as his hero! But that’s exactly what happened recently to our very own Robby Davis! Robby, who teaches Upper and Middle School Fine Arts, also taught country music superstar and ACM Entertainer of the Year, Luke Bryan. Recently Luke shared in an ACM video that Robby as his “super-hero!” How awesome is that!? Robby’s influence continues in the lives of students every day here at Brookstone. Here’s a list of awards and honors our Fine Arts students have […]
Something amazing happened in the Brookstone Learning Center this week. We’ll let Brookstone Upper School English teacher extraordinaire Dr. Jim East share the news: Brookstone School Learning Center Staff Inducted into the National English Honor Society It pleases the English Department to report that the staff of the Learning Center after two extraordinary covid seasons of coaching students through written tests, literary essays, rhetorical analyses and countless assessments and exams, has been inducted into the Carson McCullers’ Chapter of the National English Society. Chapters of the society are permitted to confer the dignity of membership […]
Congratulations to junior Andrew King on being selected as one of three FTC Robotics Dean’s List Finalists for the state of Georgia! He competed against students from FTC teams across the state and will represent Georgia at the national level. Way to go, Andrew!!! We are so proud of you!
Middle School Day of service was held last week and these middle school students put in some work! Together, they packed 12,096 meals that will help people in need all over the world. Working with Rise Against Hunger, they measured, packed, sealed and boxed thousands of meals over the course of the day! One student said, “I’m having fun AND helping people!” Grateful for our Servant Leadership Department that makes days like these happen! And thanks to everyone involved for a wonderful experience all the way around!