Upper School


Some of our teachers took class outside this week

April 13,

Thursday morning, our Business Principles students competed against each other in a Supply Chain Management game to see whose “Candy Factory” could earn the highest profits. Factory Owners made decisions on various distribution channels, weighing quality, timeliness, and costs. Some factory employees got to eat their profits!

Sixth, seventh, eighth and ninth graders went on college trips this week

April 13,

From the desk of Celia Tucker, Academic College Counselor: Five colleges, four days, 171 students, five bus drivers, 17 chaperones, 11 tour guides, 18 + miles of walking over four days, five admissions presentations, numerous questions asked and answered, and too many snacks to count. Traveling with Brook Hill students on Brook Hill College Trips: […]

Tennis district matches are coming up

March 23,

From the desk of Ivan Johnson, Head Tennis Coach: Our tennis match yesterday, Tuesday March 20th against Dallas Christian, we lost 3-4.  Jared Johnson won his match at #2 singles, Daniel Gragg  & Caleb Collins won their match at #1 boys doubles, Sharon Chai & Emily Livesay won at #1 girls doubles. Andrew Gragg lost […]

Chemistry students learn about acids and bases

March 23,

Students in Ms. Adams’s chemistry class spent time in the lab this week learning about acids and bases. They used four different acid-base indicators, conductivity meters, and reactions with metals to study the properties of acids and bases and neutralization. Many were amazed at the rainbow of colors produced by certain indicators, and they were […]

Environmental science students observe the water quality on our campus

March 23,

The AP Environmental Science class evaluated the water quality of the Brook Hill pond by measuring the dissolved oxygen content and the pH, as well as sampling for benthic  macro-invertebrates. These are typically the larval forms of various insect species, the presence of which indicate a healthy aquatic ecosystem. Based on the results of the […]

Congratulations to Hannah!

March 23,

Hannah Windsor, one of our Upper School orchestra students, received a merit award for Fine Arts First Place Violin Solo. After receiving her award, she got the chance to perform on stage!

2017-2018 Guard Basketball District Awards

March 20,

  From the desk of Jacob Agnew, Boys Basketball Coach: With us losing our play-in game, the season didn’t end the way we wanted, but the way our guys fought all year was great. Winning two tournaments and starting 7-0 is something we can build on. Some younger guys stepped up all season, and I […]

SPARC: Around the World

March 09,

Many of our Upper School students traveled to Israel, Guatemala and Italy! Recaps from their leaders will come after Spring Break.

SPARC: Across the Nation

March 09,

Below are immediate responses and recaps from some of our SPARC leaders. Stay tuned for a recap on the rest of the trips when we all get back from Spring Break. Education in the Outdoors –  We had so much fun exploring God’s wonderful creation. From riding horses, to fishing and exploring Cedar Creek River, […]

SPARC: At Home

March 09,

Below are immediate responses and recaps from some of our SPARC leaders. Stay tuned for a recap on the rest of the trips when we all get back from Spring Break. Box Gardening/ How Things Are Made –  Everyone had a very good time and learning experience. Whether we were learning how to make candy […]

2017-2018 Boys Soccer District Awards

March 07,

  From the desk of David Collins, Boys Soccer Coach: We finished the season 11-4-1, co-district champions. We had every member of the starting 11 win a district award and two reserves. I am really proud of our guys and the season that we had. The awards are very deserving and is a result of […]

Lower School celebrates Fine Arts week with a special chapel

March 02,

For Fine Arts week, students at the Lower School were able to experience many different aspects of Fine Arts at Brook Hill. Students from the Upper School Chorale, Orchestra and Drama departments performed before Lower School students received awards on stage.