At Brook Hill we strive to develop the whole student. A balance of instruction is offered so that students grow in knowledge, skills, and wisdom through the perspective of a biblical worldview. This strong balance contributes to the academic success that abounds at Brook Hill.
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Whether one is gifted academically, artistically or athletically, the students at Brook Hill are provided countless opportunities to be challenged: Advanced Placement and Dual Credit courses, vocal and instrumental music programs, theater and visual arts classes plus a full complement of sports and interest-based clubs. Even outside of the traditional academic arena, students will find opportunities to achieve success.
In all facets of the educational experience – from the classroom to the practice field to the stage – Brook Hill students are continuously challenged to grow in Christ-like character. At the core of Brook Hill’s mission is the desire to prepare students for life including worldview training through Bible classes, Chapel and other leadership, service and social opportunities.
Arguments about the law were front and center in Kenna Kempton’s speech and debate classes Monday and Tuesday. Each class presented evidence in mock trials before Retired Judge Jim Gunter and Brook Hill Chemistry Teacher and Practicing Attorney Christie Gunter Adams. Each case had a plaintiff, defendant, and witnesses as well as a prosecutor and […]
This Wednesday, The Brook Hill Middle School celebrated the end of another year marked with lots to remember as we awarded outstanding students for their academic performances and promoted our 8th grade class. Our most prestigious award is the Brook Hill Heart Award. The Brook Hill Heart Award, is given to the male and female […]
The Kindergarten classes led chapel on Wednesday and shared with their peers and parents what they have learned this year and why they are looking forward to first grade next year.
This week forth graders were given awards based on their character this school year. They also presented their Tall Texan projects to their classes while dressed in character.
The sixth graders traveled up to the pond on campus to detect different ecosystems this week. Students had to identify abiotic and biotic factors in whichever ecosystem they chose to observe. They also watched for interactions between living and nonliving environments. “How blessed we are to have such a beautiful campus to observe our plane,” […]
Today at the Lower School, the first graders recited one of the poems they have written this year that they are most proud of. Many of their moms were in attendance and got to hear about how much their children love them.
As part of the 6th graders learning about space travel, they each built a model rocket similar to the ones used to launch astronauts into space. Last Friday, students in Mrs. Wallace’s class launched their rockets and observed differences in flights.
This week, Mrs. Figueroa’s 6th Grade Humanities students presented their annual World Fair project. Over the past week, students have used Brook Hill’s Surface tablet cart to research a foreign country. They investigated the countries’ political systems and leaders, major industries, geographic and climatic features, cultural traits, traditional meals and drinks, attire, and tourist attractions, […]
On Friday, Coach Collins’s class dissected frogs in order to learn about different muscles and organs.
Take Time to Read These students participated in the Take Time to Read challenge offered by The Grand Lodge of Texas and Texas Scottish Rite Hospital for Children: Rafe Sherwood, Lila Stringer, Easton Tate, Hudson Powell, Daxton Tyler, Callen Nichols, Harlie Bailey, Jayden Hanks, Presley Kutac, Cannon Shaffer, Ryder Quinn, Kelton Arnold, Aiden Jennings, Charlotte […]
Coach Collins’s class practiced dissecting frogs via tablets today. The real frog dissection will happen next week, but this way they will be prepared for where their incisions go and what they will be examining.