Middle School A Team Baseball (H) vs. TMS (DH) 3:00PM
Varsity Baseball @ BHS 4:30PM
Varsity Soccer @ Windsor 5:00PM
Saturday, March 13
SAT at Briarwood
Varsity Baseball @ HSP 2:00PM
Monday, March 15
Varsity Tennis (H) vs. TJA 3:30PM
Middle School Baseball (H) vs. RTCA 4:00PM (DH)
JV Baseball vs. Community Christian 4:30PM
Varsity Golf @ Bartram Trail TBD
Tuesday, March 16
Middle School Baseball @ Gatewood 4:00PM (DH)
Varsity Soccer (H) vs. JMA 6:00PM
Wednesday, March 17
Varsity Track @ Brentwood 3:30PM
SCORES AND HIGHLIGHTS
The Middle School Track teams competed Thursday at Trinity in Dublin. Both teams did very well. Both teams had several individuals and relay teams that won their events. The Briarwood boys track team finished in first place against 5 other teams.
The Varsity Track teams hosted a meet at Briarwood on Wednesday afternoon.
The Briarwood tennis team hosted a double header against EBA on Monday afternoon.
The JV Baseball team lost to WWCHS with a close score of 8-9 on Thursday, March 4th.
The Middle School Bucs won game 1 against LOA with a score of 4-0 and lost game 2 with a score of 6-2 on Saturday.
The Middle School Bucs tied game 1 against TJA with a score of 6-6 and lost game 2 with a score of 3-0 on Monday.
The Varsity Bucs won both games against Westminster on Saturday with scores of 6-3 and 7-2.
The Varsity Bucs lost against Gatewood on Tuesday afternoon with a final score of 10-5.
The Lady Bucs soccer team lost to Bethlehem Christian on Monday afternoon with a score of 5-0.
Region Literary was held on March 1 virtually at Briarwood Academy. Stella Shealy placed 1st in Impromptu Speaking. Brady Ansley placed 3rd in Spelling and 3rd in Humorous Interpretation. Savannah Blevins placed 3rd in Argumentative Essay and Tucker Purvis placed 3rd in Personal Essay.
Mackenzie Parrish - 4th Place, Rhetorical Essay
Jacob Kitchens - 4th Place, International Extemporaneous Speaking
Grace Bridges/Phoebe Brooks - 4th Place, Duo Interpretation
Overall, Briarwood Academy placed 3rd in Region Literary.
One fish, two fish, red fish, blue fish....
Mrs Furr’s K4 students sort, count and graph using goldfish crackers.
Eighth grader Mason Thigpen participated in an author study for his English class. As part of the assignment, he had to pick an author and read two books by that author. Mason knew right away which author he would study, Christopher Greyson. He had read Greyson’s book, The Girl Who Lived, and absolutely loved it! He chose to read Mr. Greyson’s two other books, Jack Frost and Then She was Gone for the assignment. He enthusiastically shared these books in presentations during Mrs. Pund’s class. The last part of the book study was to write to the author. Mason wrote a letter to the author and got an almost immediate reply. The author was so impressed by Mason’s enthusiasm; he sent him an autographed hardcover copy of the book that started it all, The Girl Who Lived. Mason plans on donating his paperback copy of the book to our school library so more students will be able to enjoy the author’s work.
Monday was an exciting day for the BA sophomores. They were presented with their class rings!
Students in Mrs Furr’s K4 class investigate different types of soil and record their observations in their journals.
Yearbook order forms were emailed out by Mr. Dawkins last week. If you wish to order a yearbook for your child and have not already done so, please order by April 30.
The Daddy Daughter Dance will be held on Saturday, April 3rd from 6-8PM.
Registration forms for the dance were sent home with K4-5th grade girls last week. Forms and payment for the dance are due by March 19th.
Dear Parents & Friends of Briarwood,
You make everything we do here at Briarwood Academy possible and we are truly thankful that you are part of our school. As we continue to attract the top students in the area, our school thrives and grows! The Annual Fund is an important part of our success. It highlights our community’s commitment to academic rigor. It is a way of showing our belief in the Briarwood Academy mission. It is a way for all of us to stand up and loudly say, “We are Briarwood!”
Please join the Briarwood family as we give generously on behalf of our students.
How can I give?
cash or check to the Briarwood Academy main office
filling out a pledge form and making a pledge to the Annual Fund
As we continue our 2020-2021 Annual Giving campaign, please seriously consider a tax-deductible contribution to the Briarwood Academy Annual Fund. Your financial support makes a difference in helping us reach our goals.
All my best,
Trustee’s Club: $10,000+ Headmaster’s Club: $5,000+ Buccaneer Club: $1,000+ Red & Black Club: $500+ Briarwood Supporter: $100+ Friend of Briarwood: $1 – $99
Gracie Whitaker (BA Class of 2020) made the Dean's List her 1st semester at Georgia Southern University. Great job, Gracie!
Congratulations to Morgan (BA Class of 2011) and Rodney Reeves on the birth of their son, Asher Watson Reeves. Asher was born on February 23, 2021 at 1:48pm and weighing 7lbs; 10oz 21 inches.
BUSINESS SPONSOR OF THE WEEK
Southern Magnolia Farmhouse Boutique is a proud Bronze Sponsor of the Briarwood Buccaneers.
Southern Magnolia Farmhouse Boutique
121 Nassau Place
Thomson, GA 30824
Thursday, March 18
Varsity Golf @ Brentwood 2:00PM
Middle School Track @ Gatewood 3:30PM
Varsity Tennis @ Gatewood 3:30PM
Friday, March 19
Middle School Baseball @ Brentwood 4:00PM (DH)
Varsity Baseball @ TJA 4:00PM
Saturday, March 20
Middle School Baseball @ RTCA 11:00 (DH)
Varsity Baseball @ NGA 2:00PM
Monday, March 22
Varsity Tennis @ Augusta Prep 3:30PM
Middle School Baseball (H) vs. Gatewood 4:00PM (DH)
JV Baseball (H) vs. Community Christian 4:30PM (DH)
Tuesday, March 23
Middle School Baseball @ TJA 4:00PM (DH)
Varsity Baseball (H) vs. EBA 4:30PM
Wednesday, March 24
Varsity Track @ Gatewood
This message was sent to email@example.com by firstname.lastname@example.org
4859 Thomson Highway, Warrenton, GA, 30828