Our Athletics

Brandon Hall’s Approach to Athletics

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 (when enrollment numbers allow) 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.

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 camaraderie with teammates. The student athletes will also have an ability to handle adversity while developing their leadership and athletic skills.

+Varsity Level

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.

+ Junior Varsity Level

The JV 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.

+ Middle School Level

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. Middle school teams are formed only when enrollment numbers allow.


Since 2018, Premier Sports Medicine has worked with our student athletes every day after school. In addition to handling injuries, their staff helps with rehab from injuries, organizes sports nutrition workshops for parents and student athletes, provides all student athletes with a concussion baseline test, and many more benefits.

Parent/Athlete Handbook

Brandon Hall Athletic Records and Champions

+GISA Individual State Champions

Hunter Smith, 2005, 189 lbs.
Beau Graydon, 2012, 120 lbs.

Track and Field
Tre Simons, 2009 and 2010, 800 Meter
Daniel Clark, 2012, Long Jump and 400 Meter
Peyton Lockwood, 2012, 1600 Meter Run
Rayna Whyte, 2014, 100 Meter Dash, 100 Meter Hurdles, 200 Meter Hurdles

Garner Young, 2015, AA Champion

Girls Tennis
Olivia Bryan, 2017, AA Singles Girls Champion
Kailey Chin, 2019, AA Singles Girls Champion

+Recent Athletic Records

Varsity Soccer
2004 AAC Runner Up
2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012 AAC Champions
2014, 2016 GICAA North Region Champion
2016 GICAA State Runner Up
2017 GISA State Runner Up

Middle School Soccer
2008, 2009 Panther Classic Runner Up
2010 Panther Classic Champion
2012 and 2016 MAAC Champion

Middle School Basketball
2014-2015 MAAC Champion

Cross Country
2008, 2010 AAC Third Place
2009 AAC Champions
2008-2009 GISA 7th Place, All Classifications
2013 AAC Girls Champions
2015 GISA Boys Region Runner Up

Varsity Girls’ Volleyball
2012, 2013 AAC Runner Up

Junior Varsity Basketball
2006-2007, 2009-2010 AAC Third Place
2007-2008, 2008-2009, 2010-2011, 2011-2012 AAC Champions

Varsity Boys’ Basketball
2007-2008, 2011-2012, 2013-2014 AAC Champions
2006-2007, 2008-2009, 2010-2011 AAC Third Place
2009-2010, 2011-2012 AAC Runner Up

Varsity Girls’ Basketball
2012-2013 AAC Champions
2013-2014 AAC Runner Up

Varsity Wrestling
2006-2007 GISA State Champion, Class A
2007-2008 GISA State Runner Up, Class A
2008-2009 GISA 7th Place, All Classifications

Varsity Boys’ Tennis
2006, 2010, 2013, 2014 AAC Champions
2007, 2012 AAC Runner Up
2008, 2009, 2011 AAC Third Place
2012 GISA Class A State Champions
2013, 2014 GISA Region Runner Up
2015 and 2018 GISA Region Champion
2015 and 2016 GISA State Runner Up

Varsity Girls’ Tennis
2011, 2012, 2013 AAC Runner Up
2014 AAC Champion
2014, 2015, 2016, and 2017 GISA Region Champion
2015 GISA State Champion
2019 State Runner Up

Track and Field
2009 AAC Second Place
2009 GISA Region 4A Second Place
2010 AAC Champions
2012 AAC Third Place
2013 Girls AAC Champion
2014 Girls AAC Runner Up

Varsity Golf
2004, 2005, 2006 AAC Champions
2006, 2007 AAC Runner Up
2013 AAC Champions
2013 GISA Region Champion
2014 AAC Runner Up

Varsity Baseball
2008, 2009 AAC Runner Up
2010, 2011, 2012 AAC Champions

Athletics Calendar

News Stories

Booster Club

Booster Club Donors

Panther Level
Robert and Patricia Brandes P'23
River 2 Tap P’20

Gold Level
Susan Been P’20
Steve and Carey Denney P’22
Dean and Minh Nguyet Fusto P'20
Henry and Angela Kidder P'23
Zsolt Peter and Juliana Nagy P'22
Thomas and Stephanie Paholski P'20
Susan Witt P'25

Blue Level
Darwin and Phyllis Strickland P'22
Angel and Lisa Torres P'21
Daryl and April Watkins P'25

The athletic programs at Brandon Hall offer our students the opportunity to discover themselves outside of the classroom and to learn valuable skills such as sportsmanship, leadership, and teamwork. I believe strongly in encouraging our students of all skill levels to take advantage of the opportunity to participate and compete in high school athletics and experience being a member of a Brandon Hall team. Brandon Hall is equipped with coaches that are committed and dedicated to helping your child learn and grow on and off of the court/field and are prepared to challenge your child to new and exciting heights.

Through all of our athletes’ successes, none of it would be possible without our parents! The Brandon Hall Booster Club’s mission is to maintain the core foundation that supports the athletic programs and create significant opportunities for parents to be involved with Brandon Hall Athletics. From athletic training services to ensure proper safety of our athletes, to ticket and concession stands, to upgrading the weight room space, to help providing livestream opportunities, our Booster Club helps make it possible!

Thank you for choosing Brandon Hall and for cheering on our athletes in the stands and on the sidelines. We hope that you will consider joining the Booster Club support the athletic department’s ability to provide our athletes with access to the best facilities and experiences possible! Go Panthers!

Booster Club Levels

+Panther Level ($400)

  • VIP parking pass for reserved spots near facility for all 2019-2020 home competitions
  • Season Pass for all 2019-2020 home competitions
  • Free Brandon Hall spirit store items (two per family)
  • Printed recognition during end-of-year banquet and name on website

+Gold Level ($250)

  • Season Pass for all 2019-2020 home competitions
  • Free Brandon Hall spirit store item (one per family)
  • Printed recognition during end-of-year banquet and name on website

+Blue Level ($150)

  • Season Pass for all 2019-2020 home competitions
  • Printed recognition during end-of-year banquet and name on website