We had such a fun afternoon with Breckenridge Village of Tyler. They graciously came out to play a friendly game of softball with some of our Guard athletes in the perfect fall weather.
In our Dual Credit Biology Labs, our students are studying the molecules of life – carbohydrates, lipids and proteins – and building an understanding of their importance in structure and function of cell membranes. Additionally, they are studying the chemistry of water -its, properties, interactions with other molecules and its movement through cell membranes – […]
This month, our student members of Chick-fil-A Leader Academy met for the first time! They took part in their first service opportunity by packing care kits, and writing encouraging letters for troops stationed overseas. Chick-fil-A Leader Academy is a national high school leadership program focused on impact through action. It is a year-long curriculum that […]
The Brook Hill School recently broke ground on a new business lab that will allow its students to gain real-life business experience. The school is adding a collaboration space and Spirit Store to The Cabin Coffee House that already exists on campus to create the Business Lab. Over the last year, students have been able […]
Congratulations to these 15 Brook Hill seniors selected for Texas Bank and Trust Student Board of Directors! Peyton Adams, Ini Adeleye, Kasey Anderson, Sharon Chai, Sharad Doshi, Colton Drennan, Jane Kim, Conner Livesay, Alvin Ugo Mgbemene, Margaret Newman, Kammy Okaro, Justin Powell, Denise Tan, Zoe Ward, and Hannah Windsor will join 49 other students from the […]
From the desk of Celia Tucker, Academic College Counselor: Have you ever felt like you needed to be in two places at one time? By taking Dual Credit classes at Brook Hill, it is an easy thing to do. Taking Dual Credit classes means you are taking courses for both high school and college credit […]
At our Athletic Gala this year, our student athletes were recognized for the hard work not only on the field but also in the classroom. We had so many athletes and teams excel this school year, and to that we say, “Go guard!”
This year, our senior class joined our Pre-K and Kindergarten classes for the day. They were each assigned a “buddy” or two and traveled to different stations around our Lower School.
We celebrated our senior class who were accepted to 327 times to 134 different colleges and were awarded a total of $5,315,413 in scholarship money. To that we say, “Go guard!”
From the desk of Shawn Rhoads, Director of Residence Life: Two guys I would like to introduce, one who is new to us this year and one whom you probably already know. Sharad Doshi comes to us as a Junior from Black Forrest Academy, the largest Christian boarding school in Europe. Sharad is great at […]
The Upper School Choir competed in the TAPPS State Vocal contest this spring and earned 4th place overall for 5A schools in the state. The contest was actually a two-day event with students competing in solos and in both small and large ensembles. Choirs earn points for Superior ratings in the various events, and the […]
Last weekend a group of Brook Hill students and myself served with Jesus Closet Ministries at Douglas elementary. We helped families with their basic necessities like clothes and toiletries. It was a incredible experience to watch our students share the gospel with young children and adults. If you are interested in serving with the Brook Hill family on […]