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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AP & Dual Credit

Classes

9:1

Student To

Teacher Ratio

660

Total

Students

70%

US Faculty

Advanced Degrees

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THIS IS COLLEGE PREP

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.

AP COURSES

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.


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ROBOTICS CLASS COLLABORATES IN THE IDEA LAB

November 08,

Everything begins as an idea. It starts with noticing, and then moves to evaluating, which turns to thinking and talking and trying to solve the problem at hand!   Our classes, specifically our Robotics class this past week, have been making good use of our new Idea Lab that recently opened as a part of […]

4TH GRADERS COMPLETE A MIND MISSION CHALLENGE

November 08,

This week, our 4th graders worked in teams to invent a game as a part of their Mind Mission challenge.   Mind Missions is a curriculum that offers makerspace type challenges that push students to think outside the box, collaborate, and innovate. In this week’s Mind Mission, our 4th graders were required to invent a […]

ROTARY CLUB OF TYLER HONORS OUTSTANDING SENIORS

November 08,

Cole Fitzgerald and Florencia El Hay were honored at the Rotary Club of Tyler this past week for being named Outstanding Senior Girl and Boy at Brook Hill.   Students are chosen based on their achievements through academics, leadership, extracurricular involvement, and athletics. We are proud of their accomplishment and for the way Cole and […]

“LEARNING TO CODE IS LEARNING TO CREATE AND INNOVATE”

November 08,

This quote from Enda Kenny captures the essence of our “why” we offer coding classes at Brook Hill.   It also inspires us to consider the possibilities beyond the classroom as our students strengthen their ability to problem solve, create, and to think outside the box. Our middle school coding class has been doing that […]

PREPARING PRE-K STUDENTS FOR A LIFETIME OF LEARNING

November 08,

Each fall we look forward to introducing our youngest Brook Hill students to the American Freedom Museum!   It’s always so much fun to see their wonder, their minds grasping something new. The museum is used by all of our students as a learning space and has been a pivotal part of our experiential education […]

BULLARD PD FIELDS QUESTIONS FROM FORENSIC SCIENCE CLASS

November 08,

This past Tuesday our Forensic Science class had an up-close opportunity to learn from Bullard Police Officers and their canine partner. Detective Hill and Patrol Officer Hays, along with their canine partner, demonstrated a practice drug search of a vehicle and allowed students the opportunity to see forensic knowledge at work. They also took time […]

LOWER SCHOOL CELEBRATES LITERACY WITH GREAT BOOK WEEK

November 01,

“The more that you read, the more things you will know. The more that you learn, the more places you’ll go.”   This quote from Dr. Seuss captures the delight and goal of our mission to cultivate a love for learning through the lens of reading. One way we celebrate the importance of reading at […]

INNOVATION AND ROCK FORMATIONS

October 31,

Middle School science students took to the Innovation Lab this past week to wrap up an Earth Science project by creating persuasive presentations!   Each student was assigned a famous rock formation to research. They were to find information which would help convince people to visit their specific formation. Once students completed their research, they […]

GOOD THINGS HAPPEN WHEN PEOPLE COME TOGETHER

October 30,

  From the desk of Celia Tucker, Academic Counselor:   With the Free Application for Federal Student Aid being more streamlined and easier to navigate, attendance at the FAFSA workshop this week was slim. I had parents who called and said, “If we filed the FAFSA this weekend do we still need to come to […]

HOW BIG IS A PUMPKIN? ASK A KINDERGARTNER!

October 25,

Pumpkins aren’t just for pies, carving, and lattes! Mrs. Haugh’s Kindergarten class strengthened their math and observation skills one pumpkin at a time.   With pumpkins in season and math to be learned, one of our Kindergarten classes spent the morning with various fall-themed STEM activities that gave them a chance to explore, ask questions […]

MEASURING THE DISTANCE BETWEEN PRESENT AND PAST

October 25,

Our 5th-grade students spent a math class putting their skills to the test in our American Freedom Museum.   With measuring tapes in hand and the charge to explore the museum in teams, 5th-grade students set about to “Crunch the Numbers”. This mission was a series of exercises spread throughout the museum set to test […]

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