At the brook hill middle school, our mission is simple: prepare students for college and for life. We accomplish this through academic rigor, caring faculty, and a nurturing environment that keeps the christian worldview front and center.
The Brook Hill Middle School educates students in grades 6-8th. There are many options for middle school in Tyler, Texas and the surrounding area, but our small class sizes, focused on individual needs to prepare students for college, sets our private school apart. Most importantly, Brook Hill is a Christian school, and our Christ-centered environment helps students find their identity in Christ and discover the gifts and talents we believe are God-given.
The faculty and staff in the middle work diligently to prepare each student for the next level of their education, leading to success in college and beyond. As a Christian school, we strive to create a culture of genuine love and care. We hope that this trains up our students in a nurturing environment, and that our private school develops students that are prepared, challenged, affirmed, and encouraged in body, mind, and spirit. We see successful and happy students moving onward to excellence and success as we partner with families in the growth and development of their children. We hope that we can partner with your family in this endeavor as well.
Why Choose Brook Hill?
Middle School is one of the most critical times in a child’s life. Our experienced faculty and staff are dedicated to helping students grow educationally, personally, and spiritually! Learn more about the distinctives of our Middle School and why it is right for you at the link below!
Middle School Principal
Tammy Hayes hails from Houston, Texas and describes herself as a passionate cheerleader for students in their middle years! Mrs. Hayes earned her BS in Education from East Texas Baptist University and her Masters of Education in Administration and Supervision from University of Tennessee at Chattanooga. She spent 26 years teaching Spanish in varied arenas, including public school, home school, and private school and transitioned from the classroom to become Brook Hill’s very first middle school principal in 2013. She knows her audience well, having raised four children who are all in their teens/early twenties now and has on-the-job-training in matters related to this age. Mrs. Hayes offers parents a perspective on this special season of life in their child’s educational journey. She leads with a heart that comes alongside the child to encourage them to realize that though it is difficult at times to be in the middle, they are “in the process of becoming” all God has intended them to be.
To help students better understand subatomic particles in the atom, 8th graders have been building Bohr models of different atoms using beans and peas. Once the model was checked and found to be correct, students then drew pictures and made electron dot diagrams for each atom studied. Students were constantly heard saying , “This makes so […]
Brook Hill Middle School students will have their art work displayed at the Tyler Museum of Art’s annual Day of the Dead celebration. There will be an artist’s reception the weekend prior to the actual Day of The Dead. The Day of the Dead is November 1st and 2nd. Brook Hill has participated in this […]
Brook Hill took Best of Show in the two visual art categories of the Creative Arts Contest at the East Texas State Fair! Layne Whitten won the Tri- Colored Award for ages 10-13 with his self-portrait drawing and Madyson McEuen won the Tri-colored Award for ages 14-18, also with a self-portrait drawing. First Place winners: […]
Brook Hill students had a fantastic showing at the East Texas State Fair in the Creative Arts Competition and the Photography Competition! Layne Whitten A 7th / Self Portrait Pencil (Graphite) #54 Portraits 1st Place / Best in Show Madyson McEuen A 8th / Self Portrait Pencil (Graphite) #54 Portraits 1st Place / Best in […]
From the desk of Jessica Mize, SPARC Coordinator: This week during an Upper School assembly held for all students not already signed up for SPARC, our student body was enlightened regarding all of the amazing SPARC courses available this year. Each SPARC instructor came before the student body and described their course in detail. Students […]
Eighth grade is making models of each of the different atomic theories. Students used Play Doh, Petri dishes, beans and peas to illustrate each idea and students had to name the scientist whose theory each model represented. A good concrete way to learn the different theories.
From the desk of Candise Wise, Head Volleyball Coach: The 2017-18 Lady Guard Volleyball Season is well underway. The girls have fought through a tough preseason and have grown to become more of a team each time they step on the court. Yesterday, instead of practicing our skills on the court we bonded more as […]
From the desk of Candise Wise, Head Volleyball Coach: Brook Hill MS Lady Guard 8th A and 7th A played lights out this past weekend in the Bullard MS Tournament. Both teams faced off against Grace, Rusk, and Bullard. The 8th A team fell to Grace early in the morning but came back to beat […]
From the desk of Candise Wise, Head Volleyball Coach: This is the second year after launching this program. Pepper Pals is a program I started last year to help bridge the gap between our middle school volleyball program and upper school volleyball program. I wanted to help make the younger volleyball players fell more engaged […]
From the desk of Tammy Hayes, Middle School Principal: It’s that time of the school year where the new has begun to rub off, reality is starting to kick in, and everyone is realizing the level of work it requires. No worries; we mix it up at The Brook Hill School with lots of activities […]
Mrs. Wallace and her 8th grade science classes visited the American Freedom Museum this week for our “History Under A Microscope” tour and activity. We have discovered that students often learn a concept or are introduced to an evaluating tool during class, such as the Scientific Method, but they never learn how to recognize the […]