Brookwood signs honor documents

Honor Council President Ean Parr ‘23 speaks on the value in applying the Honor Code beyond the classroom. 


THOMASVILLE: All Brookwood School students sign their name as a commitment to uphold the Honor Code each year.

The Honor Code is a pledge that students will not lie, cheat, steal nor tolerate any of the aforementioned acts. A curated, student-based Honor Council enforces the Honor Code.

At the Honor Code Assembly this year, senior members of the Honor Council Mary Brian Anderson, Mary Claire Chapman, Tori Noah and Ean Parr shared personal testimonies speaking to the importance the devotion holds in their individual lives.

Brookwood School is an independent, co-educational, college-preparatory day school that offers superior educational opportunities to qualified students from Junior Kindergarten through the 12th grade. 

Founded in 1970, Brookwood’s 43-acre campus is located south of Thomasville, Ga. 

The purpose of Brookwood School is to provide an exceptional college-preparatory educational experience to students from four years of age through the twelfth grade. Brookwood is committed to developing the whole child: academically, physically, spriritually and socially.

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