Brook Hill Guard Chorale members spent their evening entertaining shoppers with Christmas songs and carols in Tyler on Thursday night.
From the desk of Shawn Rhoads, Director of Campus Ministry: Admit it. You’ve re-gifted. We all have. It goes like this: “Oh, I love it. Thank you so much. It’s just what I wanted.” Then we look at our existing Christmas list and think, “I bet Aunt Tilly would love this Latvian fruit cake I […]
Our Headmaster’s wife, Heather Fletcher, led a devotion recently at the Moms’ Ornament Exchange. Below is the devotion text and photos from the event: Rod and I recently went to a 3-week seminar on marriage given by Chris Legg, pastor at South Spring Baptist Church and professional counselor at Alethia Family Counseling Center. One thing […]
Our Lady Guard looked fierce against Carlisle this week, beating them in a 14-point lead. Guard soccer is also dominating so far this season!
The Lower School Library fundraiser this year was to help a library which suffered from flooding in the aftermath of Hurricane Harvey. Children donated change during the book fair, and we also shared our profit from Scholastic book fair. Our library now has book donations and money for The Mauriceville Elementary Library in Orange. The […]
From the desk of Jan Hommel, Museum Director: Are you interested in visiting the American Freedom Museum during the holiday season? You totally can! Below are the hours we are open to the public: Wednesday, December 13th: 10:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m. Open to the public Saturday, December 16th: 10:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m. Open […]
From the desk of Jan Hommel, Museum Director: Q: Which president gave a baby gift to his wife when she was born? A: Grover Cleveland. As a bachelor, Cleveland was a law partner with his good friend Oscar Folsom. When a new baby was welcomed to Folsom’s family, Grover Cleveland was twenty-seven years old. Cleveland was […]
Fifth grade ends the 2017 school year with a trip to the museum to learn about “Events in U.S. History That Took Place at Christmas.” They seemed to have lots of fun and share lots of laughs.
The Brook Hill Lower School joins the national coding initiative, “Hour of Code” each year. First through 5th grade students solve puzzles using a coding language called Blockly. Students are challenged to move characters through a maze, or as with Minecraft open gates and build bridges enabling characters to collect items needed to climb out […]
Mrs. Savage’s and Mrs. Bickerstaff’s fifth grade classes took part in the annual “Operation Away in a Manger” scavenger hunt. Teams had to search around school for puzzle pieces and clues to complete their mission.
Audiences were charmed on Monday night at our annual Christmas at the Brook. All of our students did a wonderful job!
The Cabin has Christmas Coffee Baskets available for $20. We also have gift cards available to purchase for any staff member or student in any amount desired. Our new drink of the month is Peppermint Mocha (hot or iced), Peppermint Mocha Frappe and Peppermint Hot Chocolate. Our hours for “Finals Week” are as follows: Monday […]