Athletics play a prominent role in student life
Brandon Hall is a member of the Georgia Independent School Association (GISA) and the Metro Atlanta Athletic Conference (MAAC-Middle School only). Brandon Hall fields teams at the Varsity, Junior Varsity, and Middle School levels.
Brandon Hall offers diverse athletic offerings that teach its student athletes life skills such as teamwork, sportsmanship, handling adversity, and time management. We encourage students of all skill levels to participate and embrace the opportunity to be part of a team. Our coaches work hard to grow each athlete in his or her skill level as well as character and push athletes to places they did not know were possible.
In 2018, Premier Sports Medicine will be expanding their involvement with Brandon Hall School! Premier Sports Medicine will be working with our student athletes every day after school. In addition to handling injuries, their staff will be helping with rehab from injuries, organizing sports nutrition workshops for parents and student athletes, providing all student athletes with a concussion baseline test, as well as many more benefits.
At all levels of athletics at Brandon Hall the goal is for each student athlete to have an excellent experience participating on the athletic team. They will leave with a better understanding of structure, accountability, and commoraderie with teammates. The student athletes will also have an ability to handle adversity while developing their leadership and athletic skills.
At the varsity level, the school attempts to maintain a no-cut policy and welcomes all student athletes who exhibit character, sportsmanship, individual skills, and commitment, while adhering to the school and GISA's academic policies. However, there is an evaluation period in some sports where a student may be asked to play at the intramural level prior to competitive JV or Varsity levels. Playing time is not guaranteed at the varsity level. Each coach has a specific criteria that is used to determine playing time.
Each varsity sport has specific age criteria and will only be altered after a meeting with the coach and athletic director if the situation is deemed appropriate.
The junior varsity program focuses on growing individual skills and teaching students to work as a member of the team. In sports offered at both the junior varsity and varsity levels, there will be at least a two-day evaluation period to determine what team the athlete will participate in.
The middle school program focuses on growing individual skills and teaching students to work as a member of a team for students between grades 6-8. At the middle school level, all athletes who adhere to the athletic department’s standards of expectations should expect to receive some playing time, although the amount of playing time will not be equal.
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