Why Us

Graduation Rate

We are dedicated to supporting each student in their #Pledge2Graduate. Brooks County Schools has a graduation rate of 89.8% for 2020 as compared to the state rate of 83.8%.

Our Schools

Brooks County Schools serves 2,200 students with 6 schools, including 1 Early Learning Center for PreK students, 2 K-5 elementary schools, 1 middle school serving grades 6-8, 1 high school for grades 9-12, and 1 school serving students in grades 7-12. Our Child Care Learning Center serves our 2 and 3 year old children. Our K-12 teacher student ratio is 1:15.

Academics

Teachers use the Georgia Standards of Excellence (GSE) as the foundation for instruction in all K-12 classrooms. The GSE reflects current educational research and provides clear expectations for instruction, assessment, and student work. Teachers in our Early Learning Center and Child Care Learning Center utilize the Georgia Early Learning and Development Standards which are high-quality, research-based early learning standards for children birth to age five.

The Arts

Brooks County Schools proudly offers courses in music and art in grades K-12. We've recently expanded our Fine Arts course offerings to include drama, audio visuals and dance.

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Spotlight

Region All Star Cast Members

.Luke Hiers and Halena Walker received Region All-Star Cast Awards

State Officials

Thank you Senator Black, Senator Goodman, and State School Superintendent Woods for visiting Brooks County Schools!

Georgia STEM Scholar Award

Congratulations Mrs. Halley Jones! Mrs. Jones was selected as a Georgia STEM Scholar Award Recipient.

Trojan Football

Congratulations to the 2020 Class A State Runners Up!