At Brook Hill we strive to develop the whole student. A balance of instruction is offered so that students grow in knowledge, skills, and wisdom through the perspective of a biblical worldview. This strong balance contributes to the academic success that abounds at Brook Hill.
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Whether one is gifted academically, artistically or athletically, the students at Brook Hill are provided countless opportunities to be challenged: Advanced Placement and Dual Credit courses, vocal and instrumental music programs, theater and visual arts classes plus a full complement of sports and interest-based clubs. Even outside of the traditional academic arena, students will find opportunities to achieve success.
In all facets of the educational experience – from the classroom to the practice field to the stage – Brook Hill students are continuously challenged to grow in Christ-like character. At the core of Brook Hill’s mission is the desire to prepare students for life including worldview training through Bible classes, Chapel and other leadership, service and social opportunities.
Statistics, Calculus AB, Calculus BC, Spanish Language & Culture, English Language & Composition, English Literature & Composition, Biology, Chemistry, Environmental Science, Physics, Physics II, and AP Studio Art.
DUAL CREDIT COURSES
College Algebra, College Trigonometry, Statistics, Government, US History, English , Finance, Financial Accounting, Managerial Accounting, Microeconomics, Macroeconomics, Business Math, Business Principles, Marketing, Anatomy & Physiology, Environmental Science, and Biology.
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” […]
Maps in hand and instructions to move around the museum in search of Middle Eastern countries, each 6th grader practiced their map reading skills in tandem with their studies on 9/11 this past week. After watching a historical documentary about the 9/11 attacks, students talked through which countries made up the Middle East and […]
JELLYBEANS, ICE CREAM CONES, AND SCIENCE EXPERIMENTS WERE ALL A PART OF TODAY’S STEM ACTIVITIES IN KINDERGARTEN. Students wrapped up their week of learning with hands-on activities and exploration. Students have been studying the letters I, J and K this week so teachers used items like jellybeans to conduct a science experiment that looked at […]
6th-grade computer science students visited the American Freedom Museum this week to explore the history of communication through a hands-on learning moment. Each student paired up with a classmate and had the opportunity to learn about how signs and flags have been used throughout history to communicate without using words. Students used flags to […]
Mr. Travis’ senior English class read through the classic American novel, “The Things They Carried” by author Tim O’Brien. In an effort to understand the context of what the platoon of American soldiers might have felt in the Vietnam war, the class took a trip to the American Freedom Museum where museum historian and […]
“A SHORT PENCIL IS BETTER THAN A LONG MEMORY” – COACH JACK LENGYEL During the first day of Mrs. King’s classes, students learned the importance of note-taking and the Cornell method of taking notes. Mrs. Mize from the Academic Center for Excellence explained the importance of note-taking to Mrs. King’s classes. Students learned that […]
From the desk of Celia Tucker, Academic Counselor: Did you know that the word worry comes from an Old English word that means “to strangle”? When I read that new tidbit of information it made so much sense to me because I am a professional worrier. I think I do it better than anyone […]
In the lab this week, Anatomy & Physiology students interacted with anatomical models to get a broader picture of the systems that make up the human body. Seeing inside the human body in their lab this week allowed our students in A&P to orient themselves to the various systems they will be studying in […]