Boys are encouraged to play Middle School, Junior Varsity or Varsity Baseball. Practice begins in late winter and games continue through May.


Schedule / Highlights

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    Ken Johnson

    Coming to Brookwood in 2009, Coach Ken Johnson currently serves as the athletic director. Coach Johnson has also coached the Brookwood baseball team from 2009 to 2016. He has held the job as athletic director at each school he has been employed. With over 40 years of experience, he has been a successful coach winning numerous championships in several sports. Coach says that all athletes are important, so he believes it is important to have equal consideration and support for all athletes which will enhance the experiences for these student- athletes. He is constantly busy meeting the needs of our 35 athletic teams. He enjoys watching college sports with his wife, Sharon, who is an avid sports fan. When he is not at a sporting event, most likely, he can be seen riding through the area in the white car with the sign: STUDENT DRIVER. As he stated, “Teaching Drivers’ Education is not for the weary but definitely keeps me alert and on my toes!”

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    Jonathan Groover

    Jonathan (Class of ’02) returned to his alma mater to join the teaching faculty of Brookwood in 2013. Instilled with a love of English and learning from his time at Brookwood, he now teaches English literature to ninth and tenth grade students, as well as teaching Debate and Speech.
    Prior to joining Brookwood’s faculty, Jonathan taught two years of literature in Bangkok, Thailand from 2007 to 2009. Upon returning home, he pursued a Masters of Divinity through Asbury Theological Seminary, while working as a music minister, college admissions counselor, and in various other jobs. Outside of school, Jonathan enjoys spending time with his wife Cortni, their Japanese chin and pug, listening to all kinds of music, especially “screamo” as his students call it, reading philosophy and theology, playing guitar, and trading stocks. He loves being part of the Brookwood family and teaching in the place that sparked his thirst for knowledge.