Campus Life & Ministry


Third grade begins to raise pennies

September 22,

Third graders at Brook Hill Lower School launch their Community Service DimesProject. Students collect dimes when they complete chores and jobs at home. Third graders learn all about dimes through history, math (such as place value) and reading. The students collect dimes all year and in the spring, the Bullard Mission House and Clinic receive […]

Volleyball players learn how to exemplify the body of Christ on the court

September 15,

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 […]

Serving at Church

September 15,

From the desk of Shawn Rhoads, Director of Residence Life: Sam Nechi, Alvin Mgbmene, Ini Adeleye and Zack Nguyen greet church members to the second service at South Spring Baptist Church, where the boys attend with their House Parent, Mr. Wilson, or Mr. Rhoads. The boarding kids, who attend South Spring also, take part with […]

Community Service Fair at Brook Hill

September 15,

From the desk of Shawn Rhoads, Director of Residence Life: This past week, Middle and Upper schools had the opportunity to learn about and interact with representatives from several non-profit organizations and ministries in the Greater Tyler Area. The event was spearheaded by Brook Hill’s new Community Service Coordinator, Mrs. Stephanie Williams, who is also […]

More than just a shave

September 08,

From the desk of Shawn Rhoads, Director of Residence Life & Director of Campus Ministry: As Director of Residence Life I never know what a day might hold. With eighty students from twenty one countries, in four different grades, and a variety of upbringings, anything is possible. Sometimes the challenges can be difficult. And sometimes, […]

A way to serve others

September 05,

In concordance to our Guard Charge, we were able to “Serve Others” by having two donation centers on campus for Hurricane Harvey relief efforts. Our Dean of Students, Bobby Brasher, took the supplies to Turning Point Church in Vidor this week to deliver them to victims and begin to help clean up. <iframe

Senior Chapel: The Guard Charge

September 01,

Our Class of 2018 led a combined Middle and Upper School chapel this week as many of them shared about different aspects of the Guard Charge and how they got to implement it on their senior trip last week. They also encouraged students younger than them to “Live Pure. Speak True. Right Wrong. Serve Others. […]

Senior trip to Westcliffe

August 25,

On the second week of school, our Class of 2018 headed to Colorado for our Senior Trip where they bonded and got to explore God’s beautiful creation.

Solar Eclipse at Brook Hill

August 25,

We had a great time watching the Solar Eclipse of 2017 today! Don’t worry – we took precaution this morning and passed out protective glasses in assembly before heading out to the Quad to watch the eclipse. Check out stories on KETK NBC 56, CBS 19, and the Tyler Paper.

Yea, Brook Hill’s right

August 18,

All week we have been practicing Brook Hill cheers and traditions, and we wrapped it up with an All Orange pep rally at Herrington Stadium and a run that ended in orange popsicles.