We Prepare Students for College, but Also For Life
As a private, Christian day and boarding school in Texas, Brook Hill’s diverse student body will challenge you to work with others. Our faculty at Brook Hill prepares students to excel academically and study at the college and university level. We emphasize three pillars: Education, Potential, and Character. We are more than students, athletes, and artists. We are a community using and discovering our gifts, talents, and abilities to engage God’s world.
As a college preparatory day and boarding school, Brook Hill cultivates students’ minds to think critically and creatively so that they are equipped to engage God’s world, not only in Tyler, Texas but around the globe.
Because Brook Hill is a private school, our smaller classes and individualized instruction help students discover what they’re good at and what they enjoy. We help students realize that potential as they grow into well-rounded individuals.
Being a Christian school doesn’t mean we sacrifice excellence or that we merely say a prayer at the beginning of class. The Christian worldview permeates everything we do at Brook Hill.
Brook Hill is The Premier Christian Day & Boarding School of East Texas.
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HEADLINES: A MESSAGE FROM THE HEAD OF SCHOOL, ROD FLETCHER Any thriving school has great school spirit – a student body that cheers loud and proud for its teams and its school. Well, if today’s “Neon” Pep Rally was a school spirit litmus test, Brook Hill tested off the chart. The gym was […]
Captain Eric Rozell, of the Bullard Fire Department, spent Wednesday afternoon with two fellow firefighters climbing the steps at Herrington Stadium in honor of the 343 firefighters that died on 9/11. Eric Rozell is a graduate of Brook Hill (class of 2005) and son of Upper School Principal Michelle Rozell. It was an honor […]
On Wednesday mornings, the week of a home game, you’ll find our Guard football players hanging out at the Lower School! They’re enjoying a donut, laughing, and spending time with their Guard Dog. Lower School boys in Kindergarten through 5th grade have the opportunity to be paired up with a football player as a […]
Brook Hill dads took an opportunity this week to serve the teachers and staff at the Lower School by manning the drop-off line. In a new parent-led initiative called “Door Dads,” a few of our Brook Hill dads spent their morning opening car doors and greeting students as they arrived for their school day! […]
Mrs. King’s entrepreneurship class put their strategic thinking to the test in the Business lab this week, building towers with nothing more than spaghetti, their smarts, a piece of string, and a marshmallow. Working in small groups, students had to construct a tower utilizing three unlikely ingredients and their strategic problem-solving skills as a […]
Mrs. Haugh’s Kindergarten class explores the letter “O” by dissecting owl pellets in the Lower School Science Lab. With lab coats on and tweezers in hand, students pulled apart owl pellets (sanitized and preserved for scientific use) in search of tiny bones. They learned about what owls eat and how to identify bones from […]
Mrs. Fitzgerald and Mrs. Alder’s 7th Grade Humanities classes joined together for a Tall Texan Tuesday in the American Freedom Museum this past week to combine their knowledge of both history, and English. Students were instructed to choose a Texas hero, event or artifact within the museum and then read about it, answering a […]
4th Grade students put their creativity to the test this week! “Go Fizzy or Go Home” was just one of the campaign slogans that students came up with to advertise their juice creation in front of 4th and 5th-grade peers this week at lunch. Each group collaborated to creatively present a poster and “commercial” […]