Brandon Academy Private School

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Brandon Academy
801 Limona Road
Brandon, Florida
United States
Type Private
Motto "Excellence in Education"
Principal Robert Rudolph
Grades Pre-K - 8th
Enrollment 227
Color(s) Navy and white
Mascot Scorpion
Yearbook Scorpion's Tale
Affiliation Nonsectarian

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