For the 15th time, that’s right, the 15th time, Brookstone clinched the Golf State Championship. Defeating First Presbyterian Day School by 10-shots, the Cougars roared to secure the title after finishing fourth last year. Coach Hunter Chapman said last year’s finish actually served as a motivator for this young team. With no pressure to keep up a streak, they were able to focus on simply playing well. And play well they did. Congratulations, guys! You are the STATE CHAMPS!! To read more about the victory, click here!
Congratulations to our awesome Girls Tennis team who clinched their 11th State Championship Title this spring! Defeating Stratford Academy in less than 45 minutes, this team is nothing short of dominant. And with such a young team, including five freshmen, we have quite a future ahead! We could not be prouder of you girls! Congratulations!!! To read more about the Cougar victory, click here!
Congratulations to seniors Rachel Hemmings and Brandon Cho, who were just awarded First Place in the National Scholastic Press Association’s school newspaper competition! Way to go! To read the latest edition of the Cougar Roar, click here! Proud of you, both!
Last night, the 41st annual Page One Awards were held at the Bill Heard Theatre at the River Center downtown. We are so proud of our nominees, winners and runners-up! Congratulations to all of you! Koyal Angsikar, Science, pictured with biology teacher, Cynthia Lingo.
The AgriColga club was started to bring a little bit of the urban garden movement to Brookstone. It is entirely student started and student led. Click here to watch sophomore Elim Lee’s video on AgriColga! Empowering students to follow their passions is one of the things Brookstone does best!
If you missed the big event, click here for more photos and video interviews with our amazing students. Their designs were simply beautiful. But it’s the technology, combined with creativity, ingenuity and hard work that makes this event truly special. All of the dresses were custom made, sewn and printed, as were the bow ties. They had special help from the kind people at Immersion Graphics, who helped them “paint” the bow ties using a technique called hydro-dipping. The end result was simply stunning.
We could not be prouder of junior Jake Martin, who was featured in the paper and on the news recently for his ability to play varsity baseball, and play it well, with an underdeveloped hand since birth. But for those of us who have known Jake a long time, we know that he has never let his hand slow him down or hold him back in any area of his life. Whether that be on the baseball field, in the classroom, or in the great outdoors he loves so much. […]