Brandon Academy Private School

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Brandon Academy
Motto "Excellence in Education"
Type Private
Affiliation Nonsectarian
Principal Robert Rudolph
Students 227
Grades Pre-K - 8th
Location 801 Limona Road,
Brandon, Florida, USA
Colors Navy and white
Mascot Scorpion
Yearbook Scorpion's Tale
Newspaper The Scorpion
Website Brandon Academy

Brandon Academy Private School, or simply "Brandon Academy" or "BA," is a coeducational private day school located on a 10-acre (40,000 m2) campus on Limona Road in Brandon, Florida that serves students in pre-kindergarten through eighth grade.[1]

There are four relatively small buildings that make up the school: The elementary school building, the office building, the middle school building, and the media center (commonly referred to as "the new building," as it was built only a few years ago).[1] The school teaches all basic classes, as well as computers, art, and Spanish to elementary school students, and offers all basic classes as well as a small variety of electives to middle school students.

In the school year of 2016 there will be a private IB high school built in the back lot.[1]

The school colors are white and Navy Blue.[1] The school mascot is the scorpion.[1]

The school is currently owned by Robert Rudolph, who took over from Terry Curry.[2]

Awards and recognition[edit]

Brandon Academy was recognized as a National Award Winner for Outstanding Class Participation by the Fifteenth Annual Peace Education Awards (2005).[3]

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Coordinates: 27°57′05″N 82°18′12″W / 27.9514°N 82.3034°W / 27.9514; -82.3034