Welcome to Briarcrest!
We are excited to have the opportunity to share what makes our school special. We believe that Briarcrest can provide valuable opportunities for your child to learn and grow in academics, fine arts, athletics, leadership, and their walk with Christ.
Our admissions team would love to meet you to show how Briarcrest can be a good fit for your family.
We are currently taking applications for the upcoming school year. We would like to invite you to attend one of our open houses or you may contact us at email@example.com to schedule a tour or to ask any questions you may have about Briarcrest. Thank you for visiting our website. We look forward to getting to know you!
Director of Admissions
Learn More About Briarcrest
Learn about Briarcrest by becoming a Saint for a day. Your middle or high school student will be paired with a current student to shadow based on your student's grade and interests. Your student will be able to see what it is like to be a Saint for a day. Use the button below or call 901-765-4605 to schedule your child's shadow day visit.
Your family can experience a personal one-on-one tour with our admissions staff. Visit us to see for yourself what makes Briarcrest the most sought after private school education in the Mid-South. Use the button below or call 901-765-4605 to schedule your tour.
We are excited to be hosting several Open Houses. We would like to invite you to attend to get a first hand view of what Briarcrest is all about.
Starting with our Little Saints 2-year-old program through 12th grade, every aspect of their educational experience is taught through a Christian worldview, not a cultural worldview. Briarcrest teachers are trained to teach our students biblical truth in an age-appropriate manner that reflects issues that are relevant in their lives. Our desire is to help equip our parents in their conversations with their children about unbiblical worldviews that exist in today's society.
Our Director of Student Ministries, Jason Ellis, tackles everything from the potential negative impact of social media to the beauty of being an image bearer of Christ.