Over the past month, several Middle and Upper school choir students have competed at the Texas Music Educator’s Association All Region Choir contests. The students have competed with mostly public school students, along with a few private schools from all over East Texas. Earning spots in the various all region choirs are: MS Tenor Bass […]
Last weekend, our Fine Arts department hosted the 19th Annual Dinner Theatre. “I attended the Dinner Theater, and it was wonderful,” a Thursday night audience member said. “It was perfectly casted! This group of young actors will amaze you with this show. The food was delicious as always and very worth your money and time.”
Mikayla Willis, Kylee Lambert, Adam Chen, and Robin Dillon volunteered their time Saturday at the Lower School to make some awesome paintings on some awesome faces! The artists were in high demand as the lines were long and everybody had a blast. Lots of butterflies, animals – bunny, elephant, unicorns, owls, rainbows, super heroes and […]
Last weekend Brook Hill students’ work was on display at the Jenny Woods Fine Art Exhibition in Bullard. Congratulations to the student’s whose work represented Brook Hill so well. Kaylee Lambert Colored Pencil 11th Grade Madyson McEuen Self Portrait Graphite on Paper 8th Grade Layne Whitten Self Portrait Graphite on Paper 7th Grade MiKaya Willis […]
This past Saturday, a volunteer ensemble from the Orchestra played at a charity event at the FUMC in Bullard. They performed from 12-1:30 p.m.. Bolun Zhang was a big hit as he did some solo piano and a duet with Denise Tan. Mr. Gardner played some Jazz tunes in between songs and the other string […]
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 […]
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.
Along with many other fun Homecoming traditions, the junior girls played against the senior girls as some of our Guard Football players coached.
From the desk of Glenn Ballard, Director of Fine Arts: How about a great “Who Done It” along with a fabulous meal, dessert AND some of your favorite actors telling the story??? That is exactly what we have in store for you. The 19th annual Fall Dinner Theatre opens on Thursday night, November 2 with […]
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.
From the desk of Celia Tucker, College Counselor: If you don’t have a chicken that lays golden eggs, you might need to research scholarship opportunities! This week during Senior Seminar Mary Lynn Smith, scholarship coordinator from The East Texas Communities Foundation, and Jeff Pinkerton, Author of Common Sense for Uncommon Wealth, talked to seniors about […]
From the desk of Celia Tucker, College Counselor: David Dorn from Marvin United Methodist Church and Hunter Haston from Baylor University talked with seniors during Senior Seminar recently about “Keeping Your Faith Strong.” The presenters stressed the importance of surrounding yourself with strong Christian friends, finding a church home and getting involved in student ministries […]