Brown School News

  • Brown Weekly Message #15

    You can read the Brown School Weekly Message #15 HERE!

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  • Order your transcript on Parchment!

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  • Brown Weekly Message #14

    You can read the Brown Weekly Message #14 HERE!

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  • Help Brown School Win a Grant!

    Our PTSA has submitted a grant proposal to Metro Louisville to receive funding to help in developing our K-12 green space at Peace Park.  Right now, you can provide your feedback/support for our grant, which will help us get funded!  Please take a moment and go to the link below and leave your message of support. The name of our grant proposal is Martha Ellison Peace Park Renovation, and it is located in the section for grants of $5000 or more. The link is imaginegreaterlou.org/public-comment-forum/. Please forward this link to your friends and colleagues.

     

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  • FAFSA info

    Seniors! If you haven't completed your FAFSA, or Free Application for Federal Student Aid, there is still time. See the attached documents for instructions and best practices. Even if you don't think you will qualify for aide, you must STILL fill out the FAFSA!! Many scholarships are based on FAFSA information, whether or not federal aid is received.

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  • Vogt Scholarship Taking Applications!

    Scholarship winners will receive a one time award of $10,000 to be used for tuition, books, and academic fees at any accredited four-year undergraduate program that leads to a BA/BS degree.

    Qualified applicants include any high school senior attending a JCPS high school who have:

    *Demonstrated leadership in school, extra-curricular and community activities

    *A cumulative (weighted) GPA of 3.2 or higher

    *An ACT score of 25 or higher, or an SAT score of 1200 or higher (redesigned SAT)

    *Completed and/or enrolled in Advanced Placement or equivalent college level curriculum

     

    The application process is completely online. Go here to submit your application!  https://www.cflouisville.org/scholarships/

    APPLICATIONS MUST BE COMPLETE BY NOVEMBER 29!!

     

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  • Special Announcement - Fall Festival

    Read a special announcement about our Fall Festival HERE!

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  • Brown Weekly Message #13

    You can read the Brown Weekly Message #13 HERE!

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  • Brown Weekly Message #12

    You can read the Brown Weekly Message #12 HERE!

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  • Brown Weekly Message #11

    You can read the Brown Weekly Message #11 HERE!

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Make a Donation!

The Alumni Association provides several $1000 scholarships each year to Brown School graduating seniors. If you'd like to donate, you can do so via PayPal by clicking here. If your employer offers matching grants, please consider taking advantage of this opportunity to benefit our students. Donations can also be made via check to:

J. Graham Brown School
546 S. 1st Street
Louisville, KY 40202
Attn: Alumni Association

Alumni Association Archives

  

The JGBS Archives was established in 2014, as an effort to preserve records of the Brown School history in print, photos, video, school records, and work of students, for staff, parents and Alumni.

 Donation items are welcome for the Archives.  Items should designate a time period or event in the history of the Brown.  

 Sharing your time is also welcomed for keeping the archives updated and accessible to all interested persons.  To volunteer an hour or more, please leave a message for the Alumni Association by post mail, email or phone call to the school with your contact information.  An alumni will work with you to help you choose a task of your choice and time to fit your schedule.

 At present, former teacher Jamie McMillin, is available in the archives on Wednesdays when school is in session from 10am to 2pm.  Request more information by contacting Alumni President Cassye Ghoston at: casyered@msn.com; or Jamie at: jjmcmillin45@gmail.com.

We hope for you to join us in the fun of exploring, rediscovering and preserving the history of a great school we all have been fortunate to experience and love.