Brookwood is located on the south side of Thomasville, Ga., with eleven buildings and three playing fields on 43 acres of land among tall pines and live oaks. The campus includes fields for football, soccer, baseball, and softball.
Completed in 2013, Hines-Watt Hall is the newest building on Brookwood’s campus. A multi-purpose facility, Hines-Watt Hall is used by students on a daily basis. From an Alumni Art Exhibit, to Lower School class plays, and full staging for the annual musical, Hines-Watt Hall has become an indispensable part of campus. This building is also available for public use and has hosted several Thomasville-Thomas County Chamber of Commerce events as well as guest speakers.
Crozer Hall is home to our Upper School. As with the primary academic buildings on campus, a centeral common area is flanked by classrooms and two complete laboratories for phsyics, chemistry, and biology classes. Crozer Hall was named in memory of Robert P. Crozer in 2008.
Completed in 1981, the Singletary Science Center is now home to our state-of-the-art Middle School STEM Lab, complete with quad workstations, touchscreen televisions, and MacBooks. Brookwood’s school counselor and Academic Resource Center are also housed in this building.
Dedicated to William H. Flowers, Jr. in 1991, Flowers Hall is the main administrative hub of campus and also houses the Middle School. The Headmaster’s Office, Front Office, and Business Office are found in Flowers Hall, as well as a common area and lockers for each Middle School Student. Six classrooms, a computer lab, and other administrative offices also call Flowers Hall home.
The orginal Brookwood School campus, Chubb Hall was completed in 1970. This building has played a myriad of roles over the years, from library and computer lab to today’s home of the Lower School. Students in grades one through four attend classes here. Renovations to the Lower School STEM Lab were completed in 2014.
Four and five year old Warriors love the Junior Kindergarten-Kindergarten building. Complete with a central common area, kitchen for snacks and Jr.K. lunches, and decor to encourage imaginative play and learning, the Junior K-Kindergarten building is welcoming to the youngest learners. Construction on this building was completed in 1996.
The Stoddard Gymnasium is the second oldest building on campus and renovation plans are currently underway. Fifth grade classrooms, Lower School computer and all Spanish language classrooms surround the current gym. Crozer Cafeteria was expaned in 1997 and will also undergo renovations in the near future.
In the Marguerite N. and Thomas L. Williams, Jr. Athletic and Activites Center (1993) you will find our Letterman’s Lounge and strength and conditioning facility. Student groups such as the Fellowship of Christian Athletes and the Student Government Association use the Letterman’s Lounge for meetings, as do many of the athletic teams.
The Joe E. Beverly Arts Pavillion, dedicated in 1991, is used by every student on campus. The southern half of the building houses an art room and patio for Middle and Upper School students, and the northern half is home to the Lower School music room where students listen, learn, sing, and play.
Williams-Parker Library is divided into two sections, one for Lower School and one for Middle and Upper Schools. Lower School students visit the library weekly for book talks, visiting authors, and to check out learning materials. Middle and Upper School students use the library for research and as a quiet place to study. The Williams-Parker Library was constructed in 1991.
Friday nights in the fall are filled with cheers in Warrior Stadium, part of the Lanigan Track and Field Complex. A new press box, concessions, and fencing were complete in 2013. In the spring, Warrior track and field and soccer teams also use Warrior Stadium.
Strickland Field is home to the Warrior baseball team and has been an integral part of Brookwood School since its inception.
Home to the Lady Warriors softball teams in the fall and Middle School and J.V. baseball in the spring, Fenlon Field was dedicated to Scotty Fenlon in 1993.
Warrior football players use the L.B. and Grace Harvard Field House for game and practice preparation. Originally constructed in 1982, the Harvard Field House was updated in 2014.