Introducing Brookstone’s New Head of Upper School

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It is our pleasure to announce that Garry Sullivan has accepted the position as Brookstone’s Head of Upper School beginning July 1, 2018. We are thrilled to welcome him to our school!

Garry has worked in the field of education for the past 14 years, most recently as the Head of Middle and Upper Schools at The First Academy in Orlando, Florida. Prior to that he was the K-12 Associate Director at The Pine School in Hobe Sound, Florida, technology and social studies instructor and IT curriculum coordinator at Mt. Vernon Presbyterian School, Atlanta, Georgia, and Director of the Resident Life Boarding Program & Head Tennis Coach at Brandon Hall School in Atlanta, Georgia. In addition to being a teacher and coach, he was chosen for leadership positions early in his career. He’s made an impact because of his tremendous energy, his love of students, and his ability to inspire faculty through vision and leadership.

Garry has earned a Master of Arts in Education Leadership from the University of Central Florida and a Bachelor of Business Administration from Columbus State University (CSU). Garry played collegiate (CSU) and professional tennis from 1999-2002. He was also selected to the U.S.A. National Rugby Sevens Squad in 2007.

Mr. Sullivan’s background and dedication to doing whatever it takes to enable student success will provide a smooth transition and a fantastic new year for our students, families, faculty, and staff. It is with great pleasure that we welcome Garry, his wife April, and their children Eva (13), Caleb (8), and Eliza’Kim (4) to the Brookstone family, and we look forward to the opportunity to introduce them to you.

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