Pre-K & Kindergarten are some of the most formative years of a child’s life. At The Brook Hill School, we are working with our preschool and kindergarten students to lay the foundation for learning that will help them be successful for the rest of their life. We do this through a variety of innovative practices and phonics programs that keeps students active and engaged at every level of learning. Starting in pre-kindergarten and kindergarten, students study art, music, technology, public speaking, and even conduct science labs.
As a Christian school, we strive to create a culture of genuine love and care. We hope that this trains up our students in a nurturing environment, and that our preschool and kindergarten program develops students that are prepared, challenged, affirmed, and encouraged in body, mind, and spirit. We see successful and happy students moving onward to excellence and success as we partner with families in the growth and development of their children. We hope that we can partner with your family in this endeavor as well.
Why Should Children Attend Pre-K & Kindergarten?
After years of research, one thing is clear: students who attend preschool and kindergarten are better prepared than those who don’t. At Brook Hill, our experienced faculty and staff are dedicated to helping students grow educationally, personally, and spiritually as we lay the foundation for them to succeed not only in college, but for the rest of their life!
what makes brook hill’s pre-k & kindergarten so unique?
- We focus on the most important indicator of success: your child’s individual needs.
- We keep Christ at the center of everything we do. We’re not just teaching students, we’re raising young citizens for God’s world.
- We help students learn how to learn by encouraging curiosity and creating space fore students to find answers and solve problems.
- We design hands-on experiences and opportunities for students to learn about their world.
- We ask open-ended questions and create a culture that welcomes questions and conversations.
- We help students learn self-control, patience, and kindness. We also teach them how to respond to frustration and how to solve conflicts.
- We build confidence in students through presentations and public speaking from the youngest ages.
- We make time for students to explore their creative interests, not only in the arts, but through technology, physical activity, and free play.
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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.
For Fine Arts week, students at the Lower School were able to experience many different aspects of Fine Arts at Brook Hill. Students from the Upper School Chorale, Orchestra and Drama departments performed before Lower School students received awards on stage.
During Fine Arts week at the Lower School, Brook Hill parent, Mrs. Moreman brought her art and demonstrated how she creates some of these masterpieces.
Mrs. Bickerstaff’s bunch held their own Olympics during the last two weeks. They discussed the motto of the Olympics – how winning or losing is not the most important thing but the effort and challenge involved is. They then chose one school subject they felt strong in and one they wanted to challenge themselves with. […]
Monday, February 19th, Mr. Brown paid third graders a visit in Mrs. Brown’s third grade class. He discussed the use of triangles to create circles. They looked at several geometric designs and then created their own using geoboards and rubber bands. They continued to enjoy creating designs throughout the week.
On Monday, February 26th, students in Mrs. Brown’s third grade class made origami jumping frogs and in the afternoon, enjoyed the sunshine by measuring frog jump heights and lengths using customary and metric measurements. After collecting the data of 10 jumps they were able to average the lengths and heights of their frog jumps.