• An Open Letter to Brookwood's Class of 2022

    I would further suggest that there is an entrepreneurial spirit within this class that will likely make waves in different fields as you grow up. I can imagine future business leaders, attorneys, doctors, influencers, and philanthropists amongst this group. 
  • Ava Cuevas ‘29 reads aloud her winning essay at the DAR student awards luncheon.

    DAR winners recognized at luncheon

  • Elise McPherson received the 2022 Headmaster’s Award, the highest honor given by Brookwood faculty. Photo by Lindsi Jones Photography

    Brookwood graduates 33 seniors

  • Lewis signs with Shorter University

    Lewis Signs with Shorter Men’s Basketball

  • Soccer all-star games coming Thursday

  • Members of the winning 12U Bennett Real Estate team were Alivia Williams, Josey Hollifield '28, Sydney Butler, Jayden Gable, Marlee Bass, D’Siyah Kerbo, Bristol Pitts, Katybelle Bennett '29, Kaylee LaMarr, Abby Moore and Ivey Moore. Head coach was Matt Bennett.


  • The Class of 2033 says see ya later and best wishes to their senior buddy!

    Senior Buddy Farewell

  • Williams Wins State Powerlifting Meet, Lady Warriors Place 7th as Team

    The Lady Warriors traveled to the GACA Girls State Powerlifting Meet and came away with some impressive performances.
    Congratulations to Carriyona Williams! She won her weight class with a total of 510 pounds lifted. She finished first in the bench press (135 lbs) and squat (255 lbs) events in her weight class.

    Coach Webb commented, "Carriyona dominated the back squat & bench press for her weight class. She won the back squat by 55 lbs. & bench press by 15 lbs. There wasn't anybody close to her in those two lifts. She was just a few pounds away from being the overall state champion in pound for pound strength in all 10 weight classes. I think she can win that next year.
    Libby Jacobson finished 3rd overall in her weight class, Kendall Boggs won the bench press event in her weight class, and multiple other PRs were set.

    Rylee Knight (2025)
    • 3rd place in her weight class for bench press (130 lbs.)
    • New PR in Bench Press (130 lbs.)
    Morgan Boggs (2025)
    • 5th place in her weight class for power clean (125 lbs.)
    Kayla Lewis (2024)
    • 9th place in her weight class for power clean (140 lbs.)
    • New PR in Bench Press (125 lbs.) & Power Clean (140 lbs.)
    Emmy Sanders (2025)
    • 10th place in her weight class for power clean (120 lbs.)
    • New PR in Bench Press (100 lbs.) & Power Clean (120 lbs.)
    Brookwood finished in 7th place as a team, despite only having 7 lifters on the team. Other teams brought as many as 25 lifters. This was Brookwood's 1st ever girls powerlifting meet.
  • Brookwood School’s Class of 2022 Valedictorian Elise McPherson, right, and Salutatorian Kate Ashton Redrupp, right.

    Brookwood celebrates 2022 honor grads

  • Warrior Golf Back-to-Back State Champions!

    Congratulations to Brookwood Golf! The Warriors defended their 2021 State Championship with another impressive day on the course, taking back-to-back GISA State Championships in AAA. The team score of 301 comfortably beat out runner-up Frederica Academy's score 311.
    Mason Howell, JD Culbreth, and Shep Davis each finished in the Top 5 from a field of 70 golfers to claim All-State honors.
    Kat Cook earned AAA Female Low Medalist. Kat and Jay Sanders' both finished in the Top 10 individually.
  • Brookwood School’s 2022-2023 executive officers pictured left to right: John Roesel ‘25, Jeremy Patz ‘24, Hendley Bryan ‘23 and Tori Noah ‘23.

    Brookwood elects new student government association leaders

  • Dana Pollock ‘22, left, and Troy Whitfield ‘22, right, were recently recognized by the Kiwanis Club of Thomasville at the Student of the Quarter Recognition Luncheon. They are pictured with Director of College Counseling, Dr. Jeremy Kasten, center.

    Pollock, Whitfield honored by Kiwanis

  • Brookwood tennis teams post deep runs at state tourney

  • Warriors Show Speed at State, Moore Wins 100 & 200

    Brookwood Track & Field Competes at the GISA State Championship:
    Destin Moore Takes Home AAA State Titles in the 100m and 200m Races

    After three days of competition in Locust Grove, the Brookwood Warriors Track & Field teams came home with more hardware for the trophy case. The biggest highlight being Destin Moore’s AAA State Championship winning times in the 100m and 200m races.

    Moore ran 11.05 seconds in the 100, narrowly edging out Elijah Goddard of Bethlehem Christian, to claim his second consecutive win in the 100m dash for AAA. Later on Saturday, Moore finished with a blazing time of 22.32 seconds in the 200m to edge Cameron Hayes of Dominion Christian in a photo-finish. Moore will return next year as a Senior to defend his now multiple state titles.

    Kent Grayson scored well in multiple events for the Warriors. The freshman contributed 13 points to the Boys’ team total with 5th place finishes in both the 800m and 1600m events, to go with a 4th place finish in the 3200m. Grayson set a personal record time of 4:53 in the 1600m and will be a key piece for the Warriors in distance events for years to come.

    In the 4x400 relay event, the Brookwood team of Moore, Rex Schofill, Clark Carter, and Tyler Cleveland finished 3rd overall in AAA with a time of 3:36. That mark was good for a Brookwood school record. All four of the runners on that particularly young relay group return next season.

    Schofill, a freshman, finished 8th in the 400m individually. As a team, the Warriors finished 8th out of the 17 schools that qualified for the State Meet with 41 points scored.

    On the Girls side, Carriyona Williams had the highest individual finish for the Lady Warriors with 2nd place in the 100m Hurdles. Just a freshman, Williams ran a time of 16.86 seconds. She also took 6th place in the 100m dash with a time of 13.69 seconds.

    The 4x100 relay team of Ella Grace Squires, Abby Stalvey, Trinity Geerdts, and Williams finished 4th overall with a time of 52.84 seconds. Geerdts and Squires both also scored points in the High Jump, with 5th and 8th place finishes respectively. Squires added nine more points to the Lady Warriors total with a 6th place finish in Long Jump and 3rd place finish in Triple Jump. Freshman Kayla Lewis finished 6th overall in AAA in the Discus Throw.

    In total, the Lady Warriors scored 36 points which was good to tie John Milledge Academy for 6th place out of the 16 schools qualified.
  • The Class of 2032 and the Foundations of Innovation class are excited to race at the 7th annual Ikidarod.

    Brookwood hosts 7th annual Ikidarod

  • Members of the class of 2027 participated in several fun and educational outdoor activities, like seining.  Pictured back row: Gunter Leabo, Brooks Clay, Mrs. Amanda Hanke, Austin Baker, Emmett Street, Stafford Davis, Davis Williams, Walker Reams, Spencer Jacobson Front row: Aubrey Jones, Ava Bodell, Reagan Burrus, Taylor Stalvey

    Brookwood seventh graders explore Jekyll Island

  • The Classes of 2022 and 2033 celebrated Easter with an egg hunt.

    Buddy Egg-stravaganza

  • Warrior Golf Region Champs!

    Warrior Golf repeats as AAA-3 Region Champions! It's the 15th time winning the Region in school history.
    The Warriors dominated at Glen Arven with a team score of 275. JD Culbreth fired a 62 to finish 10-under par & as Region Low-Medalist.
    Talented team depth for Brookwood was the key. Brookwood finished with 5 of the top 6 scorers in the field of 20 players:
    JD Culbreth, 62 (-10)
    Mason Howell, 68 (-4)
    Kat Cook, 72 (E)
    Jay Sanders, 73 (+1)
    Shep Davis, 76 (+4)
  • Brookwood School has hired Bill Cook as the new Upper School Director. Cook has been with North Raleigh Christian Academy since 2010 as an Earth Science teacher as well as Assistant Principal and has coached several sports.

    Brookwood hires Cook as Upper School Director

  • Jack Steed ‘35 and mom, Megan Steed, slithered through the gummy worm army crawl successfully.

    Messy morning with Mom

  • Warrior Track & Field teams both finish runner-up at Region Meet.

    Brookwood Track & Field competed at the GISA AAA-3 Region Track Meet on Wednesday in Albany at Hugh Mills Stadium where they won 13 Region titles between the Boys & Girls.

    Kent Grayson and Destin Moore were standouts on the Boys side, each claiming multiple Region titles individually. Grayson won the 3200m and 800m races while also contributing to the winning 4x400m relay team. Moore took the 100m and 200m Region titles and contributed to the winning 4x400m relay team with Grayson, Rex Schofill, and Tyler Cleveland. Schofill took first place in the 400m race, which had a Brookwood-Brookwood finish with Clark Carter taking 2nd place.

    On the Girls team, Carriyona Williams and Trinity Geerdts both won multiple Region titles individually. Williams took first place in the 100m dash and the 100m hurdles, as well as contributing to the winning 4x100 relay team. Geerdts claimed Region championships in the 300m hurdles and high jump. She was also a leg of the winning 4x100 relay team, running with Williams, Ella Grace Squires, and Abby Stalvey. Other Lady Warrior Region champions in Field events included Ella Grace Squires in the Triple-Jump and Kayla Lewis in the Discus.

    Finishing in the top 4 of an event qualifies that athlete for the GISA AAA State Meet next week. Other State qualifiers and their events are:
    Cleveland (2nd in 200m, 3rd in 100m)
    Grayson (2nd in 1600m)
    W. Kadel (3rd in 3200m)
    M. Lauderdale (4th in 800m, 4th in 1600m)

    K. Boggs (3rd in 300m H, 4th in 100m H)
    A. Jacobson (3rd in Triple Jump, 3rd in 800m)
    L. Jacobson (4th in 200m, 3rd in 400m)
    Squires (2nd in High Jump, 2nd Long Jump)
    Williams (3rd in Long Jump)
    Stalvey (2nd in 100m, 2nd in 200m)

    The GISA AAA State Track Meet is next week.
  • Johnson Harrell ‘36 visits with MooMoo the cow before storytime.

    Cows for "C" week

  • Jay Flowers ‘76 will be the commencement speaker for the Brookwood School class of 2022. Flowers has been involved with Brookwood since its doors opened in 1970, and he currently serves as the Mayor of Thomasville.

    Brookwood Commencement speaker will be Mayor Jay Flowers ‘76

  • Matthew Lauderdale ‘25 and Abby Stalvey ‘25 put the finishing touches on their Mexican burger.

    Brookwood Burger-Build- Off

  • Brookwood’s class of 2022 dedicated The Warrior to Mrs. Lori Stauffer. Stauffer teaches Lower School science, and is shown here with the senior class.

    Brookwood seniors dedicate The Warrior to Stauffer

  • Golf Team Breaks School Record!

    Thursday, the Golf team broke last year's record from the State Championship (290) shooting a team score of 281 in a home match against Valwood at Glen Arven. Kat Cook, Jay Sanders, and JD Culbreth each shot rounds of 69 (-3) on the day. Shep Davis shot a 74 (+2) and Mason Howell shot a 77 (+5). In high school golf, the team takes the top four scores on the day to combine for a 281 total. 
  • Thompson to Lead Brookwood Cheer

    Katie Thompson will be the new Brookwood Cheer Sponsor.
    She attended Thomas County Central High School, where she cheered both competitively and on the sideline squad all four years. She was also a member of the Tennis team at TCCHS.
    Katie graduated from Valdosta State with a degree in Early Childhood Education and is married to Brookwood alumnus Tyler Thompson '14.
    Thompson currently teaches 4th grade Language Arts at Brookwood in the Lower School and says she could not be more excited to invest these girls lives as the head cheer coach.
    Congratulations to Katie and thank you to Brooke Crocker for all you put into Brookwood Cheer!
  • Brookwood’s class of 2029 got to take in the sights on their class trip to Savannah, including Johnson Square, pictured here.

    Brookwood students travel to Savannah

  • Mrs. Crocker’s class has high hopes for catching a leprechaun!

    St. Patrick's Day STEAM

  • Students from the Brookwood class of 2026 traveled to Washington, D.C., for five days of touring and exploring the nation’s capital. They are pictured here at Mount Vernon.

    Brookwood eighth graders tour Washington, D.C.

  • Brookwood took home the State Championship in Quartet at the 2022 State Literary Competition on Tuesday, March 15. Left to right: Taylor Huffman ‘23, Isaac Richardson ‘23, Isaac Nunnally ‘24, Matthew Lauderdale ‘25

    Brookwood quartet wins State Championship at Literary Competition

  • Track & Field Competes at Tiftarea, Breaks 4x100 School Record!

    The Brookwood Warriors Track & Field team competed in a meet hosted by Tiftarea Academy on Wednesday, breaking a school record in the Boys 4x100 relay event.

    Tyler Cleveland, TJ Thomas, Rex Schofill, and Destin Moore combined for a time of 45.00 seconds, breaking the school record that was more than a decade old.

    Destin Moore and TJ Thomas finished 1st and 2nd in the 100m dash, with Moore running a 10.71. This beat his 10.96 State Champion time from last season.

    Kent Grayson won the 3200m, 1600m, and 800m on Wednesday. Grayson is now running a sub-5 minute mile. Schofill, Cleveland, and Clark Carter finished 1st, 2nd, and 3rd in the 400m race with times ranging from 55.40 seconds to 55.82.

    On the girls side, the sprints were also a strong point with Carriyona Williams and Abby Stalvey finished 1st and 2nd in the 100m dash. Williams ran 13.6 and Stalvey finished with 13.76.

    Stalvey, Williams, Libby Jacobson, and Ella Grace Squires combined on the 4x100 team to run 55.43 seconds, good for 1st place in Wednesday's meet.

    High jump was yet again a strong event for the Lady Warriors, with Trinity Geerdts, Ella Grace Squires, and Libby Jacobson claiming the top 3 finishes.
  • The High School Art Show finalists were, front row: Emma Broome '24, Lexi Taylor '22, Ellie Griffin, Iris Allgrove, Jada Jones, Caroline Stewart '25, and Riley Joyner; back row, Melonie Smith, Meghan Barwick, Grace Glaccum, Harper Paige, McKenna Gainous, Conger Turner, Avery Kirkham '22, Ava White, Michael Scully, and Ashton Scully.

    Their creative side: Youth artists bring creativity to downtown Thomasville

  • Baseball Defeats Georgia Christian, 7-3

    Brookwood Baseball climbed back to .500 on Monday, returning to action after multiple games last week were deterred by weather. The Warriors defeated Georgia Christian at home by the final score of 7-3.

    Brookwood jumped out early in the Bottom of the 1st, with Chris May scoring from 3rd on a passed ball after he started things off the a lead-off double. In the Bottom of the 2nd, Camden Harbin's lead-off single and Rodge Waldrop getting hit by a pitch set up Saunder Dinkelman's 2-rbi double. Dinkelman came around to score later on Jaevyn Salter's ground ball, putting Brookwood up 4-0 through two innings of play.

    Waldrop started the game on the mound and pitched 3 innings of perfect baseball, allowing no hits or walks to go with six strikeouts. Will Elkins pitched two innings of no-hit relief, also allowing no walks.

    The 7-3 win moves Brookwood to 4-4 overall on the season, with Region play starting Thursday in Americus at Southland Academy.
  • Parr wins Weightlifting State Championship!

    Ean Parr is the newest State Champion from Brookwood Athletics, winning the GACA 1A State Weightlifting Championship in Louisville over the weekend. Parr weighed in at 172.2 pound of body weight, placing him as one of the lighter competitors in the 171-180 weight class.

    Parr set a personal record in the bench press, successfully lifting 255 pounds. His 275 pound power clean gave him a total of 530 for the day. This placed him in a tie atop the weight class with another competitor. By being almost 8 pounds lighter, Parr's body weight won him the tiebreaker to claim 1st place in the class.

     Tyler Cleveland competed in the 141 to 150 weight class and took 4th place. Cleveland set personal records in both events, bench pressing 220 pounds and power cleaning 245 pounds for a total of 465 on the day.
  • The Spanish Department at Brookwood School looks forward to welcoming new programs this year and next. Left to right: Mrs. Mandi Cuevas, Dr. Jeremy Kasten, Mrs. Danielle Posey. Not pictured, Department Chair Mrs. Kandra Williams

    The study of Spanish language and cultures: JK through 12th

  • Sean Landeta is the newly-appointed Chair of the Performing Arts at Brookwood. As such, he will oversee the after-school music program and will be teaching piano and voice lessons. Photo courtesy of Whigham Images and Archbold.

    After-school music program launches at Brookwood

  • Brookwood Upper School art teacher Trellis Payne celebrates her students’ successes with them at the High School Youth Art Show. Left to right: Trellis Payne, Lexi Taylor ‘22, Emma Broome ‘24, Caroline Stewart ‘25, Avery Kirkham ‘22

    Brookwood art students win at Youth Art Show

  • Golf Finishes 4th of 18 Teams at Frederica Invitational

    Brookwood Golf had a strong start to the 2022 season, looking to repeat as GISA AAA State Champions. On a tough Osprey Cove Golf Course in St. Mary's, the Warriors finished 4th in a competitive field of 18 teams at the annual Frederica Invitational.

    A final team score of 291 placed the Warriors just 1 stroke behind forcing a three-way tie for 2nd Place with Glynn Academy of Brunswick and Rivers Academy #2, who both shot 290. Rivers Academy's #1 team won the day with a team score of 286.

    JD Culbreth finished 1-under par at 71 and Mason Howell played an even par day of 72. The Warriors deep lineup proved valuable with Kat Cook, Jay Sanders, and Shep Davis finishing with days of 74, 74, and 80. The team continues play next week in Americus.
  • Ivey Brown ‘34 and Zachary Jason ‘34 celebrate 20 years of Read Across America Day.

    Celebrating Dr. Seuss for literacy

  • Warrior Tennis Collects Region Win over Valwood, 3-2

    Brookwood Boys Tennis improved to 2-0 overall on the year and 1-0 in Region play Thursday afternoon, taking a Region match on the road at Valwood. John Albert Roesel took the #3 singles match in dominating fashion, 6-1 and 6-1. Taylor Huffman and Grayson Baker teamed up at the #1 Singles position to win 6-4, 6-1. Clark Carter and Tripp Chastain took the #2 Doubles match 7-6, 6-0.

    The 3-2 victory over the rival Valiants puts the Warriors in the early lead for Region seeding. Up next for Warrior Tennis is a match in Albany against Deerfield-Windsor on Monday.
  • Brookwood students had a great showing at the GISA 3AAA Region Literary competition. Pictured back row, left to right: Ava Nunnally ‘22, Gracie Strickland ‘24, Abigail Humphries ‘23, Peggy Boltja ‘23, Charles Sinclair ‘23, Ellie Godwin ‘24, Taylor Huffman ‘23, Matthew Lauderdale ‘25, Isaac Nunnally ‘24; Front row, left to right: Laine Clendenin ‘22, Elise McPherson ‘22, Sally Powell ‘22, Tori Noah ‘23, Anna Ryan‘23, Ben Watts ‘25; Not pictured: Isaac Richardson ‘23

    Brookwood students advance to State Literary competition

  • Basketball Teams Highlight All-Region Teams, Squires Named Region Player of the Year and All-State

    After successful seasons where both teams finished as Region AAA-3 runner-ups and won 1st Round Playoff games at home, Brookwood Basketball was rewarded with postseason accolades Monday afternoon. In total, five Lady Warriors and three Warriors were named AAA-3 All-Region and Ella Grace Squires earned AAA Girls All-State.

    Squires was named All-State for the second season in a row. The Lady Warriors’ defensive anchor led all of GISA in blocked shots with 135 for the season, finishing second in the state of Georgia and 14th in the nation. Squires was also voted the AAA-3 Region’s Player of the Year. She will continue her basketball career next season at Covenant College.

    Eliza Eiford, Rayne Deese, Jadyn Hester, and Maddie Duncan join Squires on the AAA-3 All-Region team. Eiford knocked down 58 3-pointers on the season, good for third in all of GISA classifications. Her 34.1% shooting from behind the arc was best in the GISA. Hester recorded 87 assists on the season, facilitating the Lady Warriors offense. The Lady Warriors graduate four All-Region seniors in Squires, Eiford, Deese, and Hester. Duncan, a Sophomore, will be expected to lead next year’s team as a Junior. Freshman Ainsley Jacobson was named Honorable Mention All-Region. Todd Webb was named AAA-3 Region Coach of the Year.

    On the boys side, the Warriors claimed three All-Region spots after finishing as the regular season’s #2–seed and the Region Tournament runner-up. Senior Kelton Lewis, Junior Chris May, and Freshman Emery Redrupp earned AAA-3 All-Region as the trio essentially tied as leading scorers in Brookwood’s balanced attack. 

    Lewis, a face-up Forward who made 42 3-pointers on the season, finished averaging 10.8 points and led Brookwood with 6 rebounds per contest. May, a primary playmaker and shooter for the Warriors, averaged 11.4 points while shooting 38% from behind the arc. Redrupp had a breakout Freshman season as an inside-out threat, averaging 11.3 points and 5 rebounds. Sophomores Rodge Waldrop and TJ Thomas were named Honorable Mention All-Region, both starting almost every game and keying the Warriors’ defense.

    Squires, Eiford, Hester, Deese, and Lewis will all participate in the GISA All-Star Game this weekend in Macon, with Webb coaching one of the Girls teams.
  • Courtney Wolsfelt ‘26 launches her egg container. Pictured left to right: Keerston Sanders, Keane Katherine West, Courtney Wolsfelt, Brylee Bates, Wimberly Jones, Kendall Moore, and  Kennedy Phipps, all members of the class of 2026.

    Egg-citing experiments at Brookwood

  •  Beckett Jackson ‘33 fills in all the data he’s collected for his time capsule project.

    First graders celebrate TWOsday with a time capsule

  •  3-2-1-Blast off! Members of the Class of 2029 launch their rockets.

    Robots and rockets

  • Girls, Boys Soccer Win Season Openers

    Lady Warrior & Warrior soccer each won the opening game of their respective seasons last week, winning 4-1 and 2-0 respectively over Sherwood Christian.

    The Lady Warriors saw goals come off the feet of Hutton Daniel, Hendley Bryan twice, and Waverly Waldrep. Assists were sent from Caroline Miller, Taylor Middleton, Kate von Hellens, and Daniel.

    The Warriors won the later game of the evening in Albany, netting goals from Julian Redrupp and Cutter Waldrep. Redrupp's goal was assisted from Jeremy Patz.
  • Kelton Lewis ‘22 is proud of his red, black, and silver Jim Dine inspired creation!


    Middle and Upper School art classes created Jim Dine inspired artwork. 
  • Students build larger-than-life Monopoly player tokens in Brookwood’s Foundations of Innovation class.

    Playful Monopoly-inspired public art coming to Downtown

    Brookwood's Foundations of Innovation class collaborates with Thomasville Center for the Arts to create a larger-than-life public art exhibition for FLAUNT 2022, running March 3- April 14 in Thomasville's creative district. 
  • Rudy McCranie '24 and Buck Watkins ‘23 make calls to their loved ones for Kindness Month.

    Spreading love and kindness

  •  Jaevyn Salter ‘24, Emily Grace Tuten ‘24, Wilson Young ‘24, and Hayes Tyson ‘24 are ready for a tropical vacation!

    Hoopcoming hoopla

  • Brookwood School is launching their Global Studies program with Mrs. Amanda “Mandi” Cuevas at the forefront. She has been a teacher at the school since 2015.

    Brookwood launches Lower School Global Studies program

  • Brookwood alumnus Jay Flowers ‘76 was elected Mayor of Thomasville in January 2022.

    Brookwood alumnus elected Mayor of Thomasville

  • Elise McPherson, right, ‘22 is the 2022 Brookwood School STAR Student and David Grooms, left, is the STAR Teacher.

    McPherson named STAR Student

  • Mrs. Powers’ Kindergarten class is 100 days smarter. Back Row: Simon Webb, Jaken Meades, Neal Walthall, Wyatt Kendrick, Fort Beatty, Myller Thompson, and Easton Butler Front Row: Junie Allen, Mireille Graves, Ellie Martinelli, Cate Hopkins, Jinny Green, Georgia Millsaps, and Nora Beggs

    Hooray for the 100th day of school

  • Lady Warriors take sole possession of first in region

    The Brookwood Lady Warriors won Tuesday's battle of teams that were both 2-0 in the region, beating Tiftarea Academy at home 52-46.

    A 20-9 advantage in the second quarter proved to be the turning point after trailing by four at the end of the first quarter.

    Rayne Deese knocked down four 3-pointers and Ella Grace Squires and Maddie Duncan combined for 19 rebounds.

    The win puts Brookwood atop the AAA-3 Region standings at 3-0 after sweeping the first round of region matchups.

    "It was a selfless team win,” head coach Todd Webb said. “It's awesome to see your two leading scorers for the season, Ella Grace Squires and Eliza Eiford, lead your team with 11 combined assists.

    "I thought our conditioning was a factor, too. They couldn't keep up with the tempo we played."
  • Klaire von Hellens ‘28, Dylan Simmons ‘28, and Eliza Rosser ‘28 enjoy Waffle House in Crozer Cafeteria.

    Warriors enjoy breakfast for dinner on game night

  • Ashton Moon ‘29 charts the adjectives used to describe a Hersey’s Kisses candy using her sense of taste, touch, smell, sight, and sound.

    Creative learning in 5th Grade

  • Brookwood School’s production of “Annie” will take place at the Thomasville Municipal Auditorium Friday, February 4 through Sunday, February 6. The production is led by Reagan Burrus ‘27 as Annie and Elise McPherson ‘22 as Miss Hannigan.

    Brookwood prepares for 32nd school musical

  • Elliott Ruddell ‘34 shows he is in fact as tall as an emperor penguin!

    Penguin Party

  • Mrs. Duncan’s class casts their estimations for the number of bouncy balls they believe their estimation jar is holding.

    A peek inside Junior Kindergarten

  • Interact Club members wrapped and organized gifts for the Compass Kids Program at Never Lost. Pictured: Sally Powell ‘22, Jack Saussy ‘22, Taylor Middleton ‘22, and Kate Ashton Redrupp ‘22.

    Brookwood interact club assists Never Lost during holidays

  • Warriors Beat Westwood, 59-53

    The Warriors hosted Westwood last night, beating them for the second time this season and the 11th time in a row. It was a close game throughout with Brookwood securing the win late, 59-53.
    Senior Kelton Lewis was the leading scorer for the Warriors with 17 points to go with seven rebounds. Chris May poured in 16 points, with five rebounds and four assists.
    Rodge Waldrop led the team with eight rebounds and chipped in seven points. TJ Thomas led the Warriors with five assists and four steals.
  • The Brookwood Middle School Brain Bowl team placed second in the region competition. They will move on to compete in the state competition on Saturday, January 22. Back row, left to right: Luke Stewart ‘28, Charles Ball ‘27, Jack Spence ‘26, Lynleigh Moore ‘28, and Mrs. Amanda Hanke Front row, left to right: Cole Higgins ‘28, Jacob Marler ‘28, Kenji Sun ‘27, Eva Nicholson ‘26, Noah Stanfill ‘28, and Reagan Burrus ‘27

    Brookwood Brain Bowl places second in region

  • Merry Christmas from the Lower School.

    Christmas Jubilation

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Located in Thomasville, GA, Brookwood School is a private school for grades JK-12. Students benefit from a challenging academic program, fine and performing arts, competitive athletics, and a wide selection of extracurricular activities.