Justin Hopf – Brookstone’s STAR Student

The STAR Student program honors Georgia’s highest achieving high school seniors and the teachers who have been most instrumental in their academic development. Since its creation in 1958 by the Georgia Chamber of Commerce, the STAR (Student Teacher Achievement Recognition) program has honored nearly 27,000 students, who have in turn chosen their STAR Teachers to share in this recognition. To obtain the STAR nomination, high school students must have the highest score on any single test date of the SAT taken through the November test date of their senior year […]

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Celebrating Black History Month

The months of January and February (and now even into March) were packed full of activities and events designed to celebrate Black History Month  in a variety of ways! Below are some highlights from the various divisions! From Intermediate School Principal, Javonne Stewart On Tuesday, February 4th, we ended our commitment to celebrating the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and beginning Black History Month with a field trip to Atlanta to visit the Martin Luther King Jr. National Historic Park, his childhood home, and Ebenezer Baptist Church, the church […]

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We Take College Counseling Seriously

We take college counseling very seriously here at Brookstone. It’s not just for the top ten percent or the top twenty-five percent of our students – it’s for everyone. From our college tour (click here to read more) to the college reps on campus (38 who have visited campus thus far this year!), we do everything we can to help them get to the school of their choice. Speaking of their school of choice, we just have to take a moment to brag on our seniors. 63% of those who […]

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Lower School Insights

Want a glimpse into our Lower School? Keep reading! Erin Trotter, our Lower School Librarian, and Joe Mills, who oversees Lower and Intermediate School curriculum and instruction, share some insights into what our youngest Brookstone Cougars have been up to lately. Impacting the Lives of Others by Erin Trotter This month, we are celebrating people who have made great sacrifices to improve the lives of others. Students and teachers are delving into various biographies to learn valuable information about men, women, and children who are great motivators for people who […]

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Athletic Accolades

We have lots of athletic accolades being given out these days! Congratulations to the following athletes! The Columbus Ledger-Enquirer recently announced it’s All-Bi-City athletes for fall. Brookstone was well represented! Cross Country Girls Runner of the Year – Fr. Kiley Murphy, freshman First Team – Stella Yancey, sophomore, Jackson Crowley, senior, and Luke McDaniel, freshman Honorable Mention – Luke Hubbard and Dillon Murphy, freshmen Football First Team Kicker – Wes Pahl, senior Second Team Linebacker – Andrew Newton, sophomore Honorable Mention – Wes Brown and Sam Kilgore, juniors Softball First […]

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Clark Smith Signs to Play at Tufts!

We could not be prouder of senior Clark Smith who signed yesterday to play football next year at Tufts University in Medford, Massachusets. Clark has long been a leader on and off the field, but this year has especially showcased his leadership as he was sidelined early in the season with a torn ACL. Despite the inability to play his senior year,  he continued to lead his team as one of the captains, encouraging and inspiring his teammates every step of the way. Though Tufts is 18 hours away from […]

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Five Reasons to Come to a Brookstone Open House

Choosing a school for your child is no small decision. That’s why we want you to come visit us! Our next Open House is this Thursday, December 5th and here are five reasons you will want to come! You get to see the campus in person. The best website, the best promo items, the best videos, the best billboard – they can only convey so much! SEEING things with your own eyes makes all the difference in the world. You get to talk to people. Have questions? Get them answered. […]

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