At the brook hill upper 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 Upper School educates students in grades 9-12. There are many options for high 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. More 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 God gave them.

The faculty and staff at our upper school 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.

Michelle Rozell

Upper School Principal

Michelle Rozell earned her Bachelor of Science in Mathematics at the University of Texas in Tyler. After spending time as a full-time mom, Mrs. Rozell joined the Brook Hill community on a part-time basis as upper school math teacher in 1998. She quickly moved to full-time status and spent 12 years in the classroom both middle and upper levels before becoming upper school principal in 2013. Mrs. Rozell is relationally strong and able to motivate students to dig down deep for extra efforts when they might otherwise be complacent. Mrs. Rozell has a heart for helping students reach their potential which culminated in her leading the efforts to put the Academic Center for Excellence in place.

Mrs. Rozell is married to Danny Rozell and has three alumni from Brook Hill, Eric, (2005), Shelby (2008), and Baylee (2013). Mrs. Rozell has invested her life in Brook Hill and continues to serve its mission as she leads students and cares for their families at The Brook Hill Upper School campus. Her legacy continues with her two grandchildren, Haleigh and Grayson now attending the lower school.


Brook Hill represented at The Rotary Club

April 21,

Jeffrey Sonola, Heather McLarry, Julianna Newman and Landry Groves were honored recently at the Rotary Club of Tyler’s annual Tyler Rotary Young Citizen’s Club Banquet at the University of Texas at Tyler Ornelas Activity Center. Students were chosen based on exceptional practices of citizenship, cleanliness, thriftiness, loyalty, courtesy, honesty, service, dependability, sportsmanship, scholarship and leadership. […]

Golf District Results

April 21,

Congratulations to our golf teams for doing so well at District! Regionals will be April 24th and Conner Neill, Shelby Ferraris, Andrea Rodriquez, Sydney Martinez and Kate Brooks will be participating.

Orchestra wins big at state contest

April 21,

“Thank you, everyone, for working with the Upper School Orchestra students yesterday as we attended the final portion of our State Contest,” Gary Gardner said. The students played in two different groups, and performed music that was rated as the most difficult. Both groups got the highest ratings on stage and at sight reading. Each […]

Brook Hill students spend the day serving others

April 13,

The Brook Hill School Service Day is a vital part of what makes Resurrection Week real for the students. We spent the entire week focused on Christ and His resurrection. Then just as Christ told his disciples to “Go Out” in Matthew 28, we want to instill in our students a mindset of “service” rather […]

Jesus’ resurrection celebrated in chapel

April 13,

This week, Middle and Upper school chapels were combined as Pine Cove Camp Director Chris Sherrod spoke about the following topics: “Why do you say that I am?”, “Do you understand the Resurrection?” and “Why call Me Lord and not live that way?” “The best news of the Christian gospel is that the supremely glorious […]

Choir competes at TAPPS vocal meet

April 13,

Members of the Upper School Guard Chorale and JV Choir competed in the solo and small ensemble categories at the first round of the TAPPS State Vocal Meet on Friday, March 31 at The University of Texas at Arlington. Five out of seven Brook Hill ensembles received Superior ratings, which is the highest rating given at […]

Dancing the night away

April 12,

On Saturday night, our Upper School students enjoyed Prom at The Legacy in Jacksonville.

ACSI Creative Writing Announcement

April 10,

The Brook Hill School entered 13 students from Middle School and Upper School in the ACSI Creative Writing Contest in January 2017. Students submitted original works to their humanities teachers in four categories: rhymed poetry, free verse poetry, short story and essay. The top two entries from each category were then submitted to the district […]

2017 TAPPS State Academic Championship Team

April 07,

The following students have practiced and competed all year long in order to earn a place on the Brook Hill TAPPS Academic State Team. They competed against 23 sister schools in the TAPPS 5A Academic Championship in Waco, Texas April, 3-5, 2017. The Team did great! Congratulations! Results: Justin Powell:  10th LD Debate Yiling Cao […]

Moms’ Breakaway at The Cabin

April 07,

Middle and Upper school moms gathered around the fire pit at The Cabin on a beautiful morning this week to learn from and encourage each other. Moms’ Breakaway will combine with Moms’ Recess on May 4th in Kyle Lake from 8:30-10 a.m.

Softball: Anderson delivers no-hitter for Lady Guard in win over La Poynor

April 05,

Brook Hill’s Kasey Anderson produced no-hit innings in a 12-0 non-district varsity softball win over La Rue La Poynor on Tuesday . Anderson struck out 12 with only one runner reaching on an error in the first to deny her a perfect game. The Lady Guard (14-7) scored five runs in the first inning and […]