We Prepare Students for College, but Also For Life
As a private, Christian day and boarding school in Texas, Brook Hill’s diverse student body will challenge you to work with others. Our faculty at Brook Hill prepares students to excel academically and study at the college and university level. We emphasize three pillars: Education, Potential, and Character. We are more than students, athletes, and artists. We are a community using and discovering our gifts, talents, and abilities to engage God’s world.
As a college preparatory day and boarding school, Brook Hill cultivates students’ minds to think critically and creatively so that they are equipped to engage God’s world, not only in Tyler, Texas but around the globe.
Because Brook Hill is a private school, our smaller classes and individualized instruction help students discover what they’re good at and what they enjoy. We help students realize that potential as they grow into well-rounded individuals.
Being a Christian school doesn’t mean we sacrifice excellence or that we merely say a prayer at the beginning of class. The Christian worldview permeates everything we do at Brook Hill.
Brook Hill is The Premier Christian Day & Boarding School of East Texas.
Our beautiful 280 acre campus is nestled in Bullard, just south of Tyler, TX and north of Jacksonville, TX. We enroll students in Grades PreK-12 in our Day School and 8th-12th in our Boarding School.
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From the desk of Sandra Fritcher, Lower School Principal: Did you know there is research that suggests we are raising the most distracted generation in the history of the world? Because of all the electronics available, our kids are getting hooked on screens. Parents should set time limits on using the screens, but the adults […]
On Thursday, 10 students along with Christie Adams traveled to LeTourneau University to observe the Texas Supreme Court hearing oral arguments. The Court heard two cases before a crowd of students, attorneys and judges. One dealt with possible undue influence over a woman while she amended a trust to exclude some beneficiaries, and the second […]
Second graders have worked hard over the last month to produce a research project that they will remember for years to come. Each student selected a person that did something great in American history. Students have researched their American with biographies, autobiographies and articles on the internet. Along with writing a research paper in class, […]
Fourth grade went to the Ross Perot Museum in Dallas. They had many hands on lessons with multiple science, technology, engineering and mathematics, sports hall where students can simulate different sports skills and virtual racing against animals and athletes.
Pre-K classes wore their favorite pajamas, drank purple punch and ate purple popcorn to celebrate the Letter P – their letter of the week.
Last week, 6th grade Humanities students used the Surface tablets to research east Asian countries. This week, the students began creating their final product using a new program called Sway. Sway is an interactive way for students to publish their research through creation of digital storybooks. The amazing program allows for limitless student creativity as […]
Mrs. Bell’s class had props and a photo booth for Valentines day, but there were also many other classes who had parties to celebrate the holiday.
Lower School’s library story, an African folktale, originated in a small village in Nigeria. After listening to this tale, students were able to “visit” Nigeria using Google Earth. Following our trip to Africa, we returned to Brook Hill using Google Earth and many students visited their homes and even located colleges they hope to attend.