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 cultivate 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 individual attention help you discover what you’re good at and what you enjoy. We help you realize that potential as you grow into a well-rounded student.
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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Homework is an important component of your child’s educational progress at the Lower School. Homework is a reality at every grade level, and when approached correctly, it provides a great deal of benefit to the students in a college preparatory school. Not only does homework help our students develop the skills needed for rigorous […]
From the desk of Wally Dawkins, Athletic Director: “Relationships. We all want ‘em…now what are we gonna do with ‘em?” So go the lyrics to the song “Fruitcakes” by Jimmy Buffet. It’s a timeless question. What are we gonna do with them? The young man was in the 4th grade. Gangly with arms that nearly […]
What better way to celebrate talking about the letter “S” than by having a Silly Sock Day? That’s exactly what we did in Pre-K!
From the desk of Raegan McCallum, Director of Information Technology: In order to help our students prepare for success this school year, we’re providing Microsoft Office to every student in grades 6-12 free of charge. With Office 365, your child will now have access to the latest version of Word, for writing; Excel, for spreadsheets; […]
After reading a Caldecott Honor book, Knuffle Bunny by Mo Willems, pre-k students played a relay game which involved folding towels. The setting of the story takes place in the laundromat where baby Trixie loses her special cuddly bunny in the washer. All ends well when her Daddy saves the day to reunite Knuffle Bunny […]
From the desk of Shawn Rhoads, Director of Residence Life: You’re thousands of miles away from your child. You can’t get to them in a moment’s notice. You need to know that when they get sick they will be cared for in the way they would be at home. It is very important for you […]
TYLER — Brook Hill had come close to shutouts this season, but despite its undefeated record it hadn’t been able to completely keep the opposition off the scoreboard. That changed Friday with the Guard going on the road and opening TAPPS Division II District 2 play with a dominant 43-0 victory over Tyler All Saints. […]
Brook Hill varsity volleyball bounced back from a district-opening loss to sweep past Tyler Bishop Gorman on Thursday. The Lady Guard won the match, 25-17, 25-18, 25-20 to raise their record to 18-8 overall and 1-1 in TAPPS 3-5A. Sophomore Morgan Carpenter led the way with seven kills with senior Lauren Eden tallying 10 assists. […]