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 […]
The Brook Hill Varsity Boys Golf team has advanced to the TAPPS AAAAA Golf State Championship following their 2nd Place finish in Austin yesterday at River Place Country Club. The Brook Hill linksters, made up of Gregory Goates, Logan Mimms, Jack Berry, Hood Taylor, and Colton Drennan, will travel to Stone Tree Golf Course in […]
The Upper School Orchestra students deserve a hardy, “Congratulations!” Yesterday at state, they moved up from seventh place in the large school division to second out of a total of 32 schools in the division. The orchestra students borrowed four drum liners to join them: Mikayla Willis, Ben Funk, William Bunn and Cate Kimball.
From the desk of Celia Tucker, College Counselor: Over 50 colleges were represented at the Spring College Fair recently providing answers, encouragement, and details about the application process for students from all over East Texas. Meeting and greeting the college representatives is the absolute best way to get the most current information about the colleges. […]
It was a banner day for the Brook Hill Golfers on Monday, April 16 by producing a District Champion and a District Runner Up at the TAPPS District 2, 5A Championships. Brook Hill varsity girls win the district championship by a 30 stroke margin after being led by the District Medalist, Emma French, who won […]
Brook Hill students Kami Adeleye and Ty Scammahorn were chosen as a UT Tyler Presidential Fellow which, because of their outstanding academic record and test scores, provides them with full tuition, room, and board for four years at the University of Texas at Tyler. UT Tyler Presidential Fellow Full Tuition, Fees, Books, Room & Board […]
The annual Senior Exhibition Reception was Sunday at the Tyler Museum of Art. Amber Robbins won honorable mention – one of only 4 awards given at the show. There were 100 pieces of art submitted to the show from High Schools all over East Texas. https://tylerpaper.com/news/local/tyler-museum-of-art-celebrates-aspiring-artists-during-opening-of/article_0fad9ce8-39f4-11e8-b230-97d0178de6f7.html