Congratulations to our students who were inducted into the National Honor Society this week!
Macroeconomics students participated in Mrs. King’s Egg Day this week. This activity encouraged students to look at how businesses package their products from a logistical and economical view point. Students designed and developed packaging for fragile products and tested their design in a competition with their classmates.
7th grade humanities is doing a Texas Revolutionary War project. We just finished reading a book called The Boy in the Alamo, in which the story is based during this time frame. So to bring the story to light, as well as, integrate technology, we decided to challenge the students to use their artistic side […]
College Emphasis Week was filled with Coffee and College Parent Meetings, students and staff wearing college t-shirts, a College Kick Off Pizza and Presentation event for Seniors 2019, a Mini-College Fair in Founder’s Hall, a college rep lunch visit, the unveiling of the College Acceptance Wall for Seniors 2018 and an area college fair at […]
From the desk of Celia Tucker, College Counselor: A few weeks ago we had the opportunity to travel to Orange, Texas, and work on a house that has been damaged by the hurricane. Seeing the destruction that had taken place, I just kept trying to imagine what was going through the minds of the family […]
“Our visit to the museum was our first visit in 2nd grade so it was mostly just to expose our students to the museum and allow any students new to Brook Hill to see the museum,” Heidi Berry said. “Of course it is always full of American history, so there’s that, too!”
Maddie Anthony won 2nd Place in The Annual Red, White and Blue Essay Contest sponsored by the Bullard Chamber of Commerce and open to all graduating seniors in the Bullard area. All applicants had to submit a 300-500 word essay that promotes Patriotism and Honor to our Veterans and/to their service, have a minimum of […]
The Middle School Academic Quiz Bowl competed against Arp Junior High on Thursday, November 2. Students were challenged with questions from history, geography, science, math, literature and current events. They will return on January 9 to continue competition against Gorman. Team sponsor, Jenny Wallace, is proud of how much the team has improved since last […]
Seniors came by the Academic Office this week for a treat if their college applications were complete! Submitting college applications, sending their SAT and ACT scores from the testing agency, and making sure a transcript is on its’ way can really help them breathe a sigh of relief when it comes to applying for college.
Eighth graders are learning to identify physical and chemical changes by testing four white powders. Each were observed dry and then after mixing with water, vinegar and iodine. Students were looking for evidence of which change occurred.
It was just your average Thursday at Brook Hill, and Mr. Johnson’s Math 6 classes were finished with their study of fractions. That means Fraction Party time! Here are some of his students solving fraction problems and eating the answers. “We had a lot of fun with pizza, cookie cakes, brownies and cake pops,” Mr. […]
Ms. Adams’s classes had a lab this week were they heated different elements to see what reaction each of them had before recording them.