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Brook Hill is Christ-Centered:

  • Open school with Christian staff
  • Weekly chapel. Lower School chapel includes student participation and leadership
  • Bible is taught PK through 12th grade and all subjects taught with Christian worldview
  • 9th and 10th Bible is woven into their humanities classes

Brook Hill is Competitive:

  • 17 varsity sports
  • 16 full time coaches
  • Equal funding, coaches, and promoting for boys and girls sports
  • Emphasis on fitness: physical training 2x week year round
  • 10 state championships and 14 teams in the Final Four over the past 6 years
  • Winner of the Henderson Cup in 2013 and runner up in 2014. Henderson Cup is awarded to the school who achieves the highest point totals in Athletics, Academics and Fine Arts

Brook Hill is International:

  • 78 students in the boarding program
  • 17 countries represented in the boarding program / 21 countries represented overall
  • Brings global perspective to our campus and student body
  • Opportunities for cultural interaction for our families, creating an entire other level of campus life
  • Opportunities to fulfill the Great Commission without leaving Brook Hill

Brook Hill is College Prep:

  • Most robust private school dual credit program (TJC and JC)
  • Offer 27 AP & Dual Credit Courses
  • Pre-AP options in all core areas
  • Accredited by Southern Association of Colleges and Schools (SACS)
  • Member of Council on Educational Standards and Accountability (CESA)
  • Only private school in East Texas with an experiential interim program (SPARC)
  • Teaching museum on campus with programs offered across the curriculum
  • Integrated humanities program to teach literature in historical context
  • Comprehensive college guidance program built on college visit experiences
  • Brook Hill graduates have been accepted to over 300 colleges and universities
  • Brook Hill Class of 2014 graduates were awarded $2.6 million in scholarships
  • Caring and nurturing environment
  • Big school opportunities in a small, Christian environment
  • Diverse environment – 21 different East Texas cities and 21 different countries
  • Regular and relevant teacher professional development is a priority