Brandon Hall isn’t any old school. We take a unique approach to learning, extra-curricular activities, and student life to help our students succeed in many areas. Click around our site, and you’ll begin to experience what makes Brandon Hall School a great fit for so many students.
Our admissions team loves to talk with students and families interested in Brandon Hall School. Kirsten Knowles and Donna Roper are ready to answer your questions and help you discover whether Brandon Hall is a great fit for you.
Brandon Hall School is a special place—and we want to help you experience what sets us apart. From the moment you step on campus, you’ll begin to discover how Brandon Hall can help you succeed. So schedule a visit and see for yourself!
All applicants, both domestic and international, must take the Secondary School Admission Test (SSAT). International students must also take the Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL). Your scores are one part of your complete application to our school; while they are important, they are not the only criteria for admission.
After a great conversation and a fascinating visit, many students are sold on Brandon Hall. Start the online application and begin collecting supporting documents.
Brandon Hall School offers need-based financial aid each year. You can apply for aid online via School and Student Services (SSS) by NAIS. Brandon Hall School students are also eligible for GOAL scholarships (Georgia residents only), sibling discounts and education loans. Our admissions team is happy to help you if you have questions along the way.
Once you finish your application and financial responsibilities, we’ll let you know if you’re accepted. Our goal is to give you an admissions decision within a week of completing all steps of the admission process. Once accepted, you’ll submit an Enrollment Agreement and pay your deposit. Then we’ll see you on your first day of school.
Brandon Hall won the Division 3 MAAC Championship over The Howard School 38-29. The win capped off an unbeaten conference record and put the first ever MS basketball championship hanging from the rafters.
The Panthers jumped out to an early 8-0 lead behind the passing of Jamaal Inu Umoru and the finishes by Neill Dickey ...
The Social Science Department invites the entire Brandon Hall Community to a special performance by the Soweto Street Beat Dance Theatre Company on Friday, February 20, 2015 at 1 pm in the Gymnasium. In celebration of Black History Month 2015, we will be honoring Nelson Mandela's "Long Walk to Freedom" through the Arts: Film ...