The 6th graders participated in an outdoor science lesson called “Nature Sleuths.” In this activity, the students were challenged to use their observation skills to find different items in nature, such as examples of camouflage, predators, and cycles. The purpose of this activity was to stretch students’ comprehension by challenging them to apply the science […]
This year, our school is honored to be a part of the Chick-fil-A Leader Academy. We have thirty members who consist of our Upper School students that are eager to serve our community through this organization. Mission: Students will impact their local communities through a project based leadership approach, all while learning crucial leadership […]
…and the boarding students were there to be a part of it. This past Saturday night a group of boarding students traveled to Dallas to cheer on the Mavs and watch the moves of James Harden as they battled the Rockets for a real nail biter in the American Airlines Center. For some this was […]
The Upper and Middle School Student Body and Faculty all enjoyed a special chapel this past Wednesday. The Christmas story was read by different students throughout each chapel. The Show Choir followed them with two fantastic and fun songs that everyone enjoyed. After them the orchestra performed two remarkable traditional pieces. And we closed out […]
From the desk of Jonathan Kegler, Lower School Principal: This program was introduced by Mr. Bart Lane, a parent of two of our Lower School students. After the program was introduced we sent out an informational sheet to see who would be interested in joining our newly formed club. We received feedback from about 22 […]
Ozobots are small robots that can be basically coded to travel and change lights using markers with color sequences added for specific actions. Students will learn how to operate Ozobot, how Ozobot senses its environment and moves in it, and how to tell Ozobot what to do using Color Codes Ozobots can also be coded […]
This week, our seniors participated in a Reality Fair. The Credit Union came to campus and helped us set up booths for the students to walk past and figure out their imaginary budget for things like food, clothing and rent expenses based on their imaginary salary.
Our middle schoolers had a fun memory builder night last week were they played outside, drank hot chocolate, made Gingerbread houses and watched the movie “Elf.”
Our Marketing class visited the Museum last week and created marketing plans for products used throughout American History using methods that were only available at the time. Today, our Marketing class worked in teams to create commercials for their fictitious products using Brook Hill’s green screen!
Our fourth grade students traveled to Dallas to explore the Perot Museum last week.
Over the last few weeks, Business Principles students have collaborated to create a new business concept, applying the ideas they’ve learned about in class to solidify a full business plan. Today, our students presented their ideas in class for their peers and further refined their plans as they gained feedback from one another. Have you […]
Our Guard Cheerleaders have been working with the future Brook Hill cheerleaders all season! They had their last practice before senior night.