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 […]
Our 8th graders got to travel to Washington, D.C. and toured with WorldStrides. They were able to go to the Capitol, Arlington National Cemetery’s Tomb of the Unknowns, and explore the amazing exhibits in the Smithsonian Museums. “So much more than a history trip, your WorldStrides educational tour in Washington, D.C. is designed to enhance […]
We had a great week. The trip was both educational and inspirational. Our trip began with a trip to Austin, the capital of Texas. While in Austin we also toured the Bob Bullock Texas History Museum and the Capital Museum. The State Capital of Texas visit was fun and informative. Learning how Texas laws are […]
Sixth graders hiked Enchanted Rock and many explored a cave for the first time. Camp activities included archery, a nature hike, soil forensics, weather and Archers Quest. The trip ended with a hike to Hamilton Pool and a Competitive game of Paintball. What a fun week of learning and developing friendships!
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Many of our Upper School students traveled to Israel, Guatemala and Italy! Recaps from their leaders will come after Spring Break.
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, […]
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 […]
Join us for an evening of dinner & bidding as The Brook Hill School presents “A Night in Oz,” Friday, April 20, 2018 Don’t miss the opportunity to win a $5,000 tuition waiver for the 2018-2019 school year Get your tickets now! 1 for $100 OR 6 for $500 Winner will be chosen at random […]
Many of our students at the Lower School participated in a speech meet today in Kaufman. Congratulations to all of them for such hard work!
At the end of Fine Arts Week at the Lower School, the Lower School Orchestra students got to perform several songs for an assembly of their peers, teachers and families.
This week in Lower School chapel, quarterly awards were given out for different scholarly achievements and Christ-like characters.