Mrs. Floyd’s Top Ten Challenge 2020

Mrs. Floyd is always the first to encourage our kids to try new things and take on new adventures! Her Top Ten Challenge from last summer was a hit, we are taking on new challenges again this year! Enjoy these pictures from students who are already working their way through the list! And if you haven’t seen the NEW Virtual Summer Camp options, including some archery, new recipes to try, and more, click here to see them!

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Brookstone Graduation Drive-Through Celebration

It wasn’t the beautiful graduation we had planned for May 16th, but it was such a fun celebration nonetheless! We love these graduates and are so incredibly proud of this group of students. They truly will be the ones to make history! They already have! We are tentatively planning an in-person graduation for later this summer, which we hope will allow for this class to gather together one last time and commemorate more officially. So stay tuned for more graduation celerbations to come! In the meantime, click here for a […]

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Finishing Strong!

A message from Leigh Anne Floyd, our Lower School Principal. We began this unusual distance learning journey together over six weeks ago. None of us knew what to expect during this unprecedented event, and all of us – the teachers, parents, and students – were apprehensive. Even with these unsettled feelings, we started strong! We all started strong and determined to make this new set of circumstances work – and we did. You did. Your children did. And we did it well. Even though every single one of us has […]

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Teacher Appreciation Week

If there is anything the past two months have taught us, it’s that our teachers are the ABSOLUTE BEST IN THE WORLD! We are so grateful! And to show them just a little token of that appreciation, our Brookstone Parents Association surprised all of our faculty members with “thank you” yard signs and some well-deserved goodies. Our teachers have worked tirelessly to ensure that our students remain connected and engaged and have continued to learn, grow, and thrive! They are heroes in my book every single day! Thank you, Brookstone […]

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Virtual Blue White Day 2020

It was a day of intense competition, creative challenges, and technological triumphs! Though Blue White Day looked different this year, it was still a whole lot of fun! We had cake decorating contests, lipsync competitions, and some amazing dance competitions, too! Watch the videos to see the finalists! And enjoy the snapshots from Brookstone teachers, students, and families of all ages! Thanks to all the teachers and faculty who went above and beyond to make this day a success! We appreciate it more than you know! Go Blue! Go White! […]

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Month of the Military Child April 2020

April is the Month of the Military Child, a time to honor the sacrifices made by military families worldwide, with an emphasis on the experience of the dependent children of military members serving at home and overseas. Columbus is a military community and many of our families have ties to Fort Benning, Georgia, so we take special pride in celebrating our military children! Though we are physically distant right now, we still encouraged our families to wear purple for Purple Up! Day to show support and thank military children for […]

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Have Questions? Ask Admissions!

Moving to Columbus? Looking for a new school? Have questions about Brookstone? Normally, we would invite you to come see our beautiful campus, visit our classrooms, and meet our teachers, but since we can’t do that right now, we invite you to do the next best thing! Take a virtual tour by clicking here. Read through our virtual packet by clicking here. But we’d still love to get to meet you face to face! So if you would like to have your very own personal Q&A session via Zoom with […]

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Brookstone DLP Week Three

We had another great week of Distance Learning here at Brookstone! See some of the highlights below! Upper School We so enjoyed celebrating our seniors this week by surprising them with yard signs! Delivered by Dee Dee Branham, senior grade chair, Garry Sullivan, Upper School principal, and a few other helpers, we just want them to know how much they are loved! And in academic news, check out this lung model illustrating negative pressure created by senior Sanders Hinds for Mrs. Cynthia Lingo‚Äôs Anatomy and Physiology class! So impressive! Middle […]

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