1701 Brandon Hall Drive
Atlanta, GA 30350-3706
Grades 4 - 12
Call admissions department for current tuition.
With a focus on the individual, Brandon Hall provides both one-on-one and small group college preparatory classes
Adheres to rolling admissions in which qualified students may be admitted throughout the year, provided space is available. Not a proper setting for students with acute behavioral or emotional problems or severe learning disabilities
For students who, for a variety of reasons, have not been achieving their potential or who otherwise need a more intensive educational setting.
The middle school curriculum is designed specifically for the academic and personal needs of younger students. Middle School students who need one-to-one instruction may be enrolled in tutorial classes at an additional cost. The upper school curriculum is college preparatory in nature with allowances for students who are at a variety of skill levels via one-to-one or small group classes. Graduation requirements are based on the state as well as generally understood requirements for college entrance. Brandon Hall, however, reserves the right to determine specific graduation requirements for each student, based on the studentÕs abilities and needs and college plans.
Middle School - Fall: BoysÕ Cross Country, GirlsÕ Cross Country, Coed Soccer, GirlsÕ Volleyball - Winter: BoysÕ Basketball, GirlsÕ Basketball, BoysÕ Wrestling - Spring: Coed Track and Field, Intramural Coed Tennis Upper School - Fall: BoysÕ Cross Country, GirlsÕ Cross Country, Coed Varsity Soccer, GirlsÕ Volleyball - Winter: BoysÕ Varsity Basketball, BoysÕ Junior Varsity Basketball, BoysÕ Wrestling - Spring: Coed Baseball, BoysÕ Tennis, GirlsÕ Tennis. Coed Track and Field
There are two types of boarders, those five-day boarders who live in proximity to the school and go home on the weekends and those seven-day boarders who are full-time boarding students who go home on holidays and special weekends or occasions. 160 to180 students annually. 27 acres adjacent to the Chattahoochee River in the suburban Dunwoody area of Atlanta, the facilities are attractive, air-conditioned, and appropriate to the mission of the school.
Promotes close cooperation and communication between the school and parents and assists the school in providing maximum advantages for the education of the students. All parents are members of the Parents Guild. Dues are deducted from the studentÕs supply account. The dues pay for the school directory, various functions for parents and students, and mailings to parents
Emphasizing personal attention, organization, structure, accountability, the ordering of priorities, applied study skills, and multi-sensory instruction, the school seeks to motivate each student to fulfill the schoolÕs motto, ad renovandum ac florendum, to begin anew and flourish.
Limited financial aid is awarded on the basis of documented financial need to students of good character who have made application
Uniforms are purchased at Buckhead Uniforms Sandy Springs Plaza, 6311 Roswell Road, Atlanta, Georgia. 404-303-8600
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