From the desk of Laurie Humphries, Director of Development: This past Monday night The Brook Hill School held its 6th Annual Founder’s Day. We had the privilege of honoring the original Board of Trustees along with hosting Christian Recording Artist, Michael W. Smith, as he performed live in concert. The evening began with a reception […]
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From the desk of Wally Dawkins, Athletic Director: The emotions associated with our children participating in athletics run far and wide. The joy of winning a big game or championship, or when your child has an incredible game statistically can quickly change. Whether it be the position your child is playing, the playing time itself, or […]
Mrs. O’Brien’s class played Jeopardy during 11th grade History to review for an upcoming test on the European Monarchies of the 17th and 18th centuries. The students wrote questions and competed against each other to see who could earn the most points by answering correctly. After the final round, the two teams ended in a […]
I Am Brook Hill And so am I………………….. and so am I!
Mrs Dahn’s first grade class brought the memory verse to life as students acted out God telling Abraham to move and that he would make him into a great nation and bless him.
PreKindergarten and Kindergarten classes recently visited the pumpkin patch at Moore Farms after studying about the characteristics and life cycle of pumpkins. Each student left with their very own pumpkin to take home.
Max Lowery was the guest 5th Grade practice player from The Brook Hill Lower School at Tuesday’s High School Basketball workout. We’re excited about basketball season starting soon!
Brook Hill Lady Guard claim Co-District Championship. Enter playoffs as the #2 seed. Go Guard!
Brook Hill Middle School 8th Grade Football Players get ready for Dallas Christian. The Guard 8th Grade downed the Chargers 28-0.
6th graders have been studying the rock cycle and learning to classify them as igneous, sedimentary or metamorphic. Sixth grade science rocks!
This week 5th graders wrote their own experiment to test for the best paper towels in science class. Some tested absorbency while others tested strength. What great practice for writing experiments to prepare our students for writing their own plans for the science fair!