Welcome! We invite you to learn more about our unique and effective academic programs. Some frequently asked questions are below.
How is The Brooks Academy different from other schools or academic learning options?
The Brooks Academy, Inc., has remained consistent with providing a successful homeschool and tutoring program through educational consulting. With a reputation for an effective customized program that integrates holistic education, The Brooks Academy has grown to be an influential force in private education for K-12 learning and college consulting.
The Brooks Academy, Inc. is an Educational Consulting firm that offers Advanced Academics and Life Enrichment Programs.
What do you offer?
We provide a host of services, from Homeschooling to College Prep. See more details here.
When do you accept applications?
We have a rolling start for most programs. This means that you can start at anytime, pending space, a successful application and assessment. Find out how to qualify for acceptance into one of our programs here.
Who are the administrators?
Meet the Chancellor, Ms. Natisha Brooks and the Dean of Student Affairs, Chris Callaway.
Chancellor, Ms. Natisha Brooks;
Miss Brooks is the namesake and provides the foundation of the academy. Her passion, personality, and professional teaching background is the remarkable standard of all educational consultants working with the organization.
In addition to over 400 graduated homeschool students, her two children graduated with full-ride scholarships to several colleges and universities. Under her tutelage, nearly 700 students have achieved a medium ACT score of 30 in the past decade.
Dean of Student Affairs, Chris Callaway;
Since 2006, Dean Callaway has provided student and parent support for advanced academic programs. She closely monitors the academy’s privately taught, homeschool scholars. In addition, she supports families who seek guidance under the tutoring programs available.
With two school aged children of her own, Dean Callaway brings a wealth of knowledge and relevant experience to the needs of families today. She stays ‘in touch’ with real-world educational challenges, and remains passionate about advocating on behalf of parents’ concerns for their children.