Brooks County High School
1801 Moultrie Rd
Quitman, GA 31643
Phone: 229.588.2341
Fax: 229.263.7049

Enrollment: 538

Grades: 9th - 12th Grade

Principal: Chris Chastain

Asst. Principals: Rhonne Goodson; Dr. Torrance Choates

Academic Coach: Donna Mitchell

Counselor: Brian Law

Graduation Coach: Holly Stone



Welcome to the brooks county high school website! We are proud that you are visiting the site and hope that you find all the information you are looking for concerning brooks county high school. Whether you are a parent, student, prospective or current employee, or even perhaps an industry representative exploring the possibility of locating to our stellar community, we hope that you find our commitment to education to be one of infinite opportunities! Together we can keep the Trojan legacy moving forward with a commitment to preparing students to pursue unlimited possibilities for the future.

"Bring the Hammer, Leave with a Tassel"

Brooks County High School students who qualify can participate in the dual enrollment program and attend college level academic and career technical education courses with our partnering institutions in the area: Georgia Military College, Thomas University, Valdosta State University or Wiregrass Technical College. Students receive post-secondary credit hours as well as high school credits. Brooks County High School offers open access to Advanced Placement (AP) courses in all academic areas as well as a career technical education course in computer science that can also count as a 4th mathematics, 4th science or when paired with computer science principles can count as two units of a world language which prepares them for University System of Georgia admission requirements. Brooks County High School offers a Career Technical Agriculture Education (CTAE) program with an array of pathways geared towards each student's career interests as well as the economic development of Brooks County. Most recently Brooks County High School has expanded its Fine Arts Pathway to include Drama, Dance, Chorus, Art, and Band. Students with an identified CTAE pathway may enroll in a Work Based Learning (WBL) program which allows students to participate in real-life work experiences while applying academic and technical skills to develop employability.

Students are offered many extracurricular activities to further stimulate and educate.

Clubs- Community Service Clubs, Technology/Career Clubs, Honors and Special Interest Clubs

Sports- Football, Basketball, Volleyball, Softball, Cheerleading, Tennis, Baseball, Golf, Soccer, and Track