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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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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Agricolga Wins Local Grant

For the past two years, Brookstone’s Agri-Colga Club, which manages the vegetable gardens outside our cafeteria, has been going to Fox Elementary School every Tuesday after school to develop an on-campus garden. Working together with the same group of 4th and 5th graders, the students have built six raised beds at Fox and have implemented planting and harvest plans, teaching the students how to plant and grow their own vegetables.  Recently, the WC Bradley Company and Columbus Food Oasis (the local chapter of Georgia Organics which promotes healthy, local food for our […]

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Schley Holiday Concert 2019 – Sights and Sounds of the Season!

Last week was a beautiful celebration of all things art – music, song, and celebration of the holiday spirit! It was the best SIGHTS AND SOUNDS OF THE SEASON ever – joyful and joy-filled! 160 students, of all ages, took to the stage, and art pieces by more than four hundred students were on display! Visual arts of every description, guitars, ukuleles, beautiful voices, violin, and more! It was a glorious night for the kids, the arts, and Brookstone School! Our students are filled with amazing talent and we have the […]

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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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What Do New Families Have to Say About Brookstone?

Starting a new school can be an anxious time on the part of both parents and kids! And truthfully, on the part of a school, too, as we so desperately want to make sure all of our students are having a great experience. So when we hear feedback from new families that is so very encouraging, we just have to share! We LOVE our school and we love that others are loving it just as much! “I can’t tell you enough how much we are all enjoying the Brookstone experience. […]

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Distinguished Alumni 2019

Over Homecoming this year, we had the privilege of inducting our 7th Class of Distinguished Alumni. These well-deserving honorees are nominated by their peers and voted on by a committee made up of fellow Brookstone Alumni. Each and every year, we stand in amazement at what they have accomplished. This year’s recipients were Catherine Biggers Trotter, Class of 1973, Deana Bass Williams, Class of 1991, and Timothy Collins Wilson, Class of 1979 (awarded posthumously). Their bios and accomplishments are below, but truly, words alone do not do justice to the […]

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