Brookwood High School Special Education Department


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Parent Mentor Program Fall 2023 Workshop

  • Come to the Parents Engaging in Education Workshop held in four sessions. Click here for details.

    The Gwinnett County Public Schools Parent Mentor Program helps to provide parents of students with disabilities with information, guidance, and resources to support students at home, at school, and in their communities. Click here to listen to learn more. 

Transition Fair March 2024

  • Take a look at an overview from last year's Transition Fair. Click here to watch the video, to take the annual feedback survey, and to find links to agency and parent resources.

Take Note

  • B.E.S.T CLUB
    Bringing Extraordinary Students Together Club

    This club is open to students with and without special needs. The purpose of the club is to provide social activities so that our students with special needs have time and space to develop friendships with their general education peers. The club meets once a month. Activities include attending BHS Sporting events, after-school get-togethers, holiday parties, karaoke, etc.

    Special Olympics

    Brookwood's students participate in Special Olympics events. Our Broncos have proudly and happily brought home several medals and lots of smiles over the years.


    BHS Special Education Dept. has the 2nd highest graduation rate for Students with Disabilities within Gwinnett Co. Public Schools.

We are special!

We are Broncos!

About our Department

  • The Brookwood High School Special Education Department is one of the largest special education departments in the Gwinnett County Public School System.

    We are the largest department within the school with 40 teachers & 21 paraprofessionals. We serve approximately 380 students: approximately 300 students through our Resource Program and approximately 80 through our Self-Contained Program.

    Every student is assigned to a case manager upon entering high school. The case manager is an advocate for your student within the school. He/she will be a contact person and a resource for you as well. The case manager will schedule and hold annual Individualized Education Program (IEP) meetings and 3 year re-evaluations as well as monitor progress on IEP goals/objectives and grades. The Special Education Dept. supports students in content area classes that are required for graduation via Co-taught level class, Resource level classes, or in the self-Contained environment.

    We offer a variety of programs:

    · Specific Learning Disabilities
    · Other Health Impaired
    · Autism
    · Emotional/Behavioral Disorders
    · Speech/Language Impairments
    · Mild Intellectual Disabilities
    · Moderate Intellectual Disabilities
    · Orthopedically Impaired
    · Severe Intellectual Disabilities
    · Profound Intellectual Disabilities
    · Hearing Impaired
    · Traumatic Brain Injury

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