The College Counseling process at Brookstone School is focused on making the best match between the student and college while carefully considering the individual student's interests, needs, and goals.
The process begins with the freshman year and becomes more personalized and structured each year in high school. Please do not hesitate to call with questions or concerns.
Families are encouraged to take some time to explore The Naviance College Link and use the information to your benefit.
Many College Admissions Representatives will be on our campus each year. Parents are always invited to attend.
Brookstone College Counselors
Mrs. Frances R. Berry & Mr. Jon Terrell
Various alumni returned to Brookstone on the morning of January 5th to speak to the juniors and seniors about college classes, professors and things to consider when making that all important decision on where to go to college. They each had a topic to speak about and then the students were allowed to ask questions.
Those alumni and their topics were:
Ali Mac Jinks- Georgia Tech- big city school
Lizzie Greenblatt- College of Charleston- balancing academics & extracurriculars
Sydney Weaver- Berry College- playing college sports
Duncan Fletcher- Furman University- advantages of a private institution + college athlete
Hendley Badcock- Washington & Lee- far away school + rigor of coursework
Tayler Townsend- Univ of South Carolina- is there more than one school that will fit?
Emily Almond- Auburn University- close to home school
Jack Kinnett- Furman University- importance of visiting schools + how to decide
Allie Johnson- Parson's School of Design- step out of the box school + follow your passion