Why Brookstone? Let’s hear Dr. John Harkey, Upper School English Teacher and Brookstone parent, speak to his “Why Brookstone?”
Why Brookstone? Let’s hear Tanisha Colbert, a Brookstone parent, speak to her “Why Brookstone?”
Why Brookstone? Let’s hear from Kathy Jones, Brookstone parent and Upper School Learning Center teacher, speak to her “Why Brookstone?”
It was such an incredibly special day in Brookstone’s history as we dedicated the Mack Strong Stadium on September 16, 2022. It was even more special because Mack Strong was here in person on campus. He spent the day talking with students, leading the Pep Rally, holding a press conference, and visiting with the football team. You can watch some of the press conference by clicking here! As Jason Branch, former teammate and current Brookstone parent said at the half time dedication ceremony, “For all that Mack has accomplished on this field, and […]
Lower School Week of Service was a wonderful week! Our kindergarteners visited our neighbors next door at Brookside Glen. Our first grade students visited Open Door to learn more about programs that support homeless women and children as well as the after-school program. Our second graders spent time with friends at Easter Seals and collected art supplies for their arts program. And our third graders visited the Ronald McDonald House and created welcome bags for their residents. Thank you to all of our parents who helped support these endeavors. We […]
It’s Forest Friday – one of our favorite days of the week! What is Forest Friday? Forest Friday is for our Lower School students in kindergarten through third grade. We have such an amazingly beautiful campus and Forest Friday is all about connecting with nature, outdoor learning, and instilling adventure and exploration in our students. After all, research shows that students get minimal outdoor time these days and are spending more time indoors in front of screens and various other technologies. At the same time, research also shows that more time […]
It was a wonderful first day and we are looking forward to the best year yet! We love our Brookstone Cougars!
Our new faculty have been hard at work this week as they’ve been through New Teacher Orientation! In addition to working in their classrooms and learning more about Brookstone, they also experienced their first Developmental Sprint facilitated by the Blanchard Leadership Institute. What an incredible group of educators and a wonderful time spent together! It’s going to be an amazing year!
Best wishes and “Break a Leg” to the cast and crew of “How to Eat Like a Child!” This incredibly talented group of students, under the direction of theatre teachers Robby and Dotty Davis, were invited to perform in front of international audiences at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe in Edinburg, Scotland. We are so proud of them! Enjoy this behind the scenes look at the production and interviews with the actors and directors. What an amazing opportunity! Why Brookstone? For Endless Opportunities like this.