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 Ginger Bell, Director of Family and Alumni Relations: Moms in Prayer meet in the Girls’ Boarding House on Tuesday mornings at 8:30. As you enter the main campus, curve to your left past the log cabin. Park on the left side of the drive or in the small parking lot just past […]
From the desk of Tammy Hayes, Middle School Principal: Middle school is a crucial time in the life of young people. I often hear people be dismissive toward these years, citing their own painful memories of lacking direction, senseless actions and mishaps with their own attempts at being loved. However, I have to ask, what […]
Mrs. Kempton’s class used Pringles, Aluminum foil and wax paper to make Camera Obscuras today. They learned that the image is upside down when viewed through the peep hole and has to have light.
Many students and faculty all throughout Brook Hill were able to stream the inauguration of the 45th president today. To teachers of all subjects, this was important enough to pause class and watch. “This is a historic day, and this is very important – and I teach math,” Williford said. “They’ve been clapping and enjoying it, and […]
Dr. Brunson’s AP Humanities class emphasizes both written and spoken eloquence so, with every essay they write, students must deliver spoken formal presentations of their essays (without notes) in business attire. Most recently, the class focused on Charles Dickens’ Hard Times as a fictional metaphor of the Industrial Revolution. Karl Marx (Ty Overbeek) also made […]
Brook Hill Boys Middle School Basketball teams remain undefeated in TAPSAC District play. The 7th and 8th Grade teams are both 4-0 after beating Grace Thursday night 44-9 (7th Grade) and 49-14 (8th Grade).
Last week in Pre-K, students studied bears and ended the week with a Teddy Bear Picnic. Picnic foods included berries, “fish,” “bugs,” (strawberries and blueberries, goldfish crackers and crasins). During the week, students did various activities with their stuffed bears, such as writing in their journals, reading to their bears and weighing and measuring them. […]
Valentine’s Day is coming up and what better way to celebrate with a romantic evening at Kiepersol Restaurant for our Hearts for Brook Hill Sweetheart Dinner? A percentage of proceeds from the evening will benefit The Brook Hill Fund, which makes a tremendous difference in each and every student and provides direct support to the current school […]