Sending Love to Our Seniors on Prom Night

The annual Brookstone Junior/Senior Prom was supposed to be last weekend, but due to the COVID-19 virus, had to be canceled. Still, our juniors wanted our seniors to know how much they were loved, so they sent them a little video shout out!  They also asked some of the senior teachers to deliver Prom gift bags that included their official Prom invitation and a few little keepsakes. It was more than just delivering the goodies, it was the sentiment behind it! We love our seniors and we join them in mourning all the milestones they are having to miss! One of the sweetest moments was captured on camera, featuring Senior Grade Chair, Dee Dee Branham and senior Parker Hicks. Parker’s father writes below: One of the best decisions my wife and I ever made was to send our children to Brookstone School. Just a few minutes ago our doorbell rang. We live in the middle of nowhere, so the doorbell ringing is a big deal. I opened the door to find Dee Dee Branham standing there with a gift for Parker. Tonight was supposed to be Parker’s senior prom. She delivered what was supposed to be the gifts from the junior class. Parker jumped up as soon as he heard Dee Dee’s voice — and with no thought just ran and hugged her. This is the most emotional I have felt through all of this — and I will be […]

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Brookstone Virtual Packet

When you visit Brookstone School for a campus tour, you are given an information packet with all kinds of information about Brookstone School – from the curriculum to tuition, to Brookstone Extended and more. However, since we are not currently offering in-person campus tours, please click the links below to access your very own personal virtual packet! Click here to read Why Brookstone? Click here to read Why We Do What We Do – Lower and Intermediate Schools. Click here to read Why We Do What We Do – Upper […]

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3K Doctor Day!

It was Doctor Day in 3K and that makes it pretty much the best day of the year! They invited “patients” from all over campus who may have needed a quick emergency surgery or just some basic wound care to step into their “office” for some medical assistance. It’s the cutest thing ever! So enjoy these photos and videos of one of our campus officers, Sherriff Cedric, getting all the medical treatment he could possibly need in one doctor’s visit!

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A Student’s Perspective

By Hannah Grace Mayfield The second I walked into Brookstone School, I realized that the school was special in a very good way. I want to share with you what school has been like from a first-year Cougar’s perspective. I was new to Brookstone this year as a freshman. I came from another private school in the area. The second I stepped on campus, I was greeted by teachers and students alike. Everyone was genuinely nice to me. When I got to my first class, I knew that my year […]

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Why Brookstone? Because Travels Abound!

We’ve had lots of students packing suitcases lately! From historic Savannah, Georgia to the Andros Islands, our students have so many opportunities to travel, it’s impossible to do them all! Enjoy these pictures from the recent trips! They will make you want to get up and GO! Our Marine Biology class traveled to Andros Island in the Bahamas to study invertebrates. It’s just a shame that place is not pretty. Our Advanced Film Class made its 5th trip to New York City to compete in the All-American High School Film […]

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Our First Open House of the Year – October 3rd!

We invite you to join us for one of our upcoming Open Houses this fall! Come visit our campus, see our classrooms, and experience all the wonderful things happening here at Brookstone. CLICK HERE to register.  Our Open Houses will be held on the following days: Thursday, October 3, 2019 Thursday, November 7, 2019 Thursday, December 5, 2019 Thursday, January 16, 2020 Thursday, February 20, 2020 All Open Houses will be held from 11:30 am-1:00 pm and will begin in the Turner Center Gallery. There will be a short program followed by […]

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International Dot Day 2019

It was a magical week in the Woodruff Arts building as our Lower and Intermediate school students celebrated International Dot Day! “What’s ‘Dot Day,’ ” you say? Well, it’s only the most wonderful way to celebrate the fact that ANYONE can make their mark on this world! According to art teacher extraordinaire, Deana Graham, International Dot Day was started about ten years ago by an art teacher who was so moved by Peter Reynold’s book, The Dot, a simple book with a deep meaning. In the book, a little girl does not […]

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Columbus is One Cool Cat

We have always known Columbus was cool, but for the Chicago Tribune to be calling us that, we know we’ve finally made it! Click here to read the full article, written just this week, highlighting just a few of the amazing things going on in our beloved city of Columbus. Of course, we think Brookstone should be included as well, but for those considering a move to this great place, know that we are here for you! An amazing school and an amazing city – here in Columbus, you have […]

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An Email from a Happy Parent…

There is nothing better than having a parent share how much their children love Brookstone! It just makes a heart happy to hear! So with her permission, I am sharing the email below from one of our current parents. Enjoy! As my daughter was skipping around the island tonight saying “I love Brookstone” while she prepared for school on Monday, I realized I have not written to you yet. I wish I wrote down all of my impressions last week when I was at the school in meetings for Lower, […]

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Track Team Shows off at State!

Last week we celebrated the many accomplishments of our amazing Varsity Track Team! Over the course of three days, our athletes took home more medals than any Brookstone team before them! On the first day of competition, our girls 4×100 team (Adrianna Hamilton, Olivia Foster, Anna Kate Helton, and Sally Dismuke, with alternates Laine Harris and Wells Roberts) set a new school record of 51.26 and qualified to advance to the finals on Saturday. Grace Vazquez set a new personal record of 17.40 in the 100-meter hurdles and qualified for finals. And Adrianna Hamilton […]

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