Brandon’s Schools are Exceptional

Neshobe School serves more than 400 students in grades K-6. Well-known for its family atmosphere and dedicated staff, Neshobe, located in Forest Dale, is a warm and welcoming school which boasts impressive curriculum and co-curricular schedule.  All children study music, Spanish, physical education, and art on a weekly basis. Older children participate in band and chorus! The school’s computer lab is state-of-the-art. Neshobe School has many after-school sports opportunities for students in all grades.

Otter Valley Union High School
enrolls approximately 700 students in grades 7-12 from six surrounding towns. OVUHS provides an excellent opportunity and its students have had some of the state’s top SAT scores in the past few years as well as several National Merit Scholars. The school offers an exceptional array of subjects, AP courses, alternative programs, clubs, theater, music, and outstanding sports teams. They have a nationally ranked debate team and sport teams routinely compete for state championships. The school is located three miles south of downtown Brandomoosalamoon on Route 7. OVUHS recently placed on the College Board’s 2nd Annual AP District Honor Roll for Significant Gains in Advanced Placement Access and Student Performance. Read all about it here.

Placed on the College Board’s 2nd Annual AP® District Honor Roll for Significant Gains in Advanced Placement® Access and Student Performance

The Moosalamoo Center is an alternative program at OVUHS. The program offers learning opportunities through experience & reflection. In addition to the regular academic curriculum, educational experiences are often derived from travel, community resource instruction, as well as a progressive, individualized contract designed by the student and staff advisor. Specifically, this program is geared toward students who learn better when challenging, hands-on experiences are combined with traditional, classroom-based instruction. Creativity, problem solving, self motivation, initiative, and inquisitiveness are typical traits of a successful experiential high school student.