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SFA Orientation and Mobility Presentation at the Lower School

February 28,

On Tuesday. Dj Dean and two of her students from the Orientation and Mobility department at SFA presented our students with some great information covering the various needs visually impaired people have. The students were given the opportunity to wear googles that simulated visual impairment and also use a cane. The students also had a […]

Class of 2022 College Trip

February 28,

From the desk of Celia Tucker, Academic College Counselor: When talking to the Class of 2022 right before their College Trip, I told them that the memories that come back to me when I think about their Middle School college trips I think of very polite, creative, jumping beans. Do you know how hard it […]

Congratulations to Terry Kim!

February 28,

Terry Kim placed 1st in ACSI Math Olympics Area Competition held at The Scofield School in Dallas on Friday. He competed in the 6th Grade Math Computation and scored a perfect score on all four rounds. He competed against all the private schools in the North/East Texas area. Also competing from middle school were Hannah […]

Civil Air Patrol and BH

February 20,

The Brook Hill School continuously evaluates new educational offerings that enhance our students’ ability to achieve our mission: providing excellence in college preparatory education, affirming the gifts and challenging the potential of each individual student, and enhancing the students’ understanding of service to God through Christ-like character. Since January 2018, the Brook Hill faculty and […]

Sharing love across the generations

February 20,

I have loved you with an everlasting love. I have drawn you with loving kindness. Jeremiah 31:3 Some of our Brook Hill boarding students wrote this verse and many others in the over one hundred Valentines that they handmade and delivered to residents of The Heights nursing care facility. They enjoyed wishing the residents Happy […]

Congratulations, Amie Regester!

February 20,

The National Society Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR) Good Citizens program and scholarship contest is intended to encourage and reward the qualities of good citizenship. Amie Regester was selected as Brook Hill’s Good Citizen this year because of her dependability, service, leadership, and patriotism to an outstanding degree. Amie was honored recently at the annual DAR […]

Mr. English compares D-Day to the Iliad

February 20,

Mr. English’s 9th Grade Humanities classes made a visit to the American Freedom Museum.  They were learning some of the history surrounding D-Day during WWII.  They will be taking the facts they learned about D-Day/WWII and comparing those to what they’ve learned about the Trojan War through their reading of the Iliad.

Hibernation Day in Kindergarten

February 14,

Our Kindergarten students have been studying and researching an animal of their choice and last week in class, they got to present this animal to their peers. After that, they hibernated and enjoyed a Friday in pajamas to close out that unit.

Class of 2020 College Trip

February 13,

From the desk of Celia Tucker, College Counselor: As I tell students right before we leave for college trips– “These college trips are educational excursions but they are also memory makers and relationship builders. We want you to learn about colleges on this trip but also want you to make some memories.” Well, I followed my […]

Robotics travels in Lewisville for FIRST Tech Challenge

February 06,

The robotics team traveled to Lewisville on Saturday to compete in a FIRST Tech Challenge regional qualifier robotics tournament. Casper Enqgvist, Daniel Gragg, Ben Funk, Tommy Moore, Gavin Rhea, and Johannes Mallinen have been building, programming, and preparing their robot for this competition since September. Their preparations were not in vain as they exceeded all […]