The Student Experience

Afternoon Activities

Brandon Hall requires that each student participate in at least one extracurricular organization or team sport during the year, and students are encouraged to participate in all seasons. Boarding students are required to participate in a extracurricular activity each of the three seasons (Fall, Winter, and Spring).  The school provides a wide variety of clubs and organizations students can join. Each organization establishes its own mission, criteria for membership, and activities for the year. Some organizations meet each seasons, while others meet seasonally.

Brandon Hall allows each student a week at the beginning of each season to select their activity for that season. This allows students to find what they truly are passionate about! Once a student has made a commitment to a club, he or she is expected to attend and to adhere to the requirements.

Students may participate in more than one activity, provided they can meet the attendance and other requirements. Students who sign up for an organization that meets during the school day must be in attendance.

Clubs are decided each year by student interest. Students interested in forming a new club should meet with Dean McAfee at the beginning of the school year.

Clubs and Organizations

Students have the option of joining a number of clubs and organizations to enhance their campus experience. Some clubs have specific academic or extracurricular requirements that must be met in order to join. Campus clubs and organizations can include:

Student Leadership and Diversity Council • Drama & Tech Theatre Club • Key Club • Math Team
Audio Engineering and Production • Model United Nations • Science Olympiad • National Honor Society

Student Leadership Opportunities

At Brandon Hall, our students become leaders. There are many programs on campus designed to help students improve their leadership skills and make a difference on the campus.

+ Student Leadership and Diversity Council

Our student Leadership and Diversity council is the voice for our diverse community. These students strive to live by the Panther Pillars daily and assist in all areas of school operations. From leading assemblies, to being the voice for change among our student body, they embody all that it means to be a Brandon Hall Panther. Things they work on weekly include, event planning such as Prom, proposal writing for changes to policies that affect our student population, how to be a steward of Brandon Hall School, as well as proper etiquette.

+ Boarding Prefect System

+ Rogers' Recyclers

+ Micro-Grants for Student Innovation

Dining Services

Brandon Hall is known for its well-balanced, nutritional, and delicious food service. FLIK Dining Services, which caters breakfasts, lunches, dinners, and special events, is one of the premier providers of dining services and gourmet catering to private schools, colleges, and corporations in the Eastern United States.

FLIK and Brandon Hall take pride in serving our students cage-free eggs, organic vegetables, and only meats that are steroid and antibiotic free. We serve all fresh foods. No frozen meals or processed foods are served to our school family.

Each meal provides a nutritionally balanced variety of foods. Students can choose a hot entrée and sides, or make a sandwich from cold-cut meats and fresh tuna or egg salad, and select from fresh fruits and vegetables. A regular array of desserts is offered, as well as a variety of beverages. Lunch is included in the tuition for all students, while breakfast and dinner is included for 5- and 7-day boarders. Accommodations can be made for anyone wishing to join us in the dining hall.

Our food service staff works with students who have food allergies or dietary needs. Please communicate through our Medical Services office, MedicalServices@brandonhall.org, if your child has any special food considerations.

Bus Transportation Service

North Springs MARTA:
Beginning in August 2019, we will offer pick-up and drop-off at the North Springs MARTA station on Peachtree Dunwoody Road. MARTA offers unlimited Breeze Cards through their website and if you choose to use this new service, you will need to purchase the cards directly from MARTA. The school will offer pick-up and drop-off at the North Springs station for $100 per month, or $50 per month for either a morning pick-up or afternoon drop-off.

On The Border in Buckhead:
On The Border pick-up and drop-off in Buckhead. The pick-up and drop-off at On The Border in Buckhead is $1200 per semester for morning and afternoon pick-up and drop-off, or $600 per semester for either morning pick-up or afternoon drop-off.


Handbooks and Guidelines

+ Family Handbook

2019-2020 Family Handbook

+ Uniform Requirements and Guidelines

Starting on June 1, 2019, Brandon Hall has partnered with a new uniform vendor, Flynn O'Hara