At a Glance

Founded: 1970

Geographic Footprint: Students represent 7 Georgia and 2 Florida counties.

Total Enrollment: 470

  • Upper School Enrollment: 147
  • Middle School Enrollment: 123
  • Lower School Enrollment: 200

Class of 2016: 47
Teaching Faculty: 49
Percent of Faculty with graduate degrees: 60%
Student/Teacher Ratio: 11:1
Average Class Size: 18

Advanced Placement (AP) Courses Offered: 8
Percent pass rate on 2016 AP Exams: 88.5%

Class of 2016

Graduates: 47
Percent graduates accepted to college: 100%
Average SAT I score: 1810
Merit scholarships awarded: $4.1 million (Excluding Georgia HOPE Scholarship).
The class of 2016 submitted 233 applications and were accepted to schools in 19 states; they will attend 13 public and 10 private institutions in 11 states.

Accreditations & Memberships 

  • AdvancedEd
  • Southern Association of Independent Schools
  • National Association of Independent Schools
  • Georgia Independent School Association
  • National Association of College Admission Counseling


Students in grades 6 – 12 engage in interscholastic competition on one of 28 teams in 10 sports. Varsity boys and girls teams have won nearly two dozen State Championships in football, baseball, tennis, golf, and cross country. Seventy-five percent of members of the eligible student body are Warrior athletes.


One hundred percent of Brookwood’s students take part in the visual or performing arts. Since the year 2000, Brookwood Literary and One Act troupes have won a total of 10 State Championships.

Class Rank

Because of its selective admissions practices and highly competitive program, Brookwood School does not rank its students academically. Given the size and makeup of the student body, slight variations in GPA can make significant differences in class rank. GPA does not include conditioning or a non-academic art.

Warriors After School (WAS)

Available for Junior Kindergarten through Fifth graders, WAS provides on-campus care until 6 p.m. daily. A snack is provided as well as full supervision and academic assistance.

After Class Enrichment (ACE)

From 3:15 p.m.– 6:00 p.m., Middle School students receive individualized schedules tracking their sports practices and after school club involvement, in addition to academic supervision and instruction.