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Sebazungu Family

February 09,

The Sebazungu family has lived in Tyler for over a decade. Sarah is an East Texas native and Sylvain is from Rwanda. The two met in 2004 while both were serving as nurses on the mission field at a clinic in Rwanda. Sarah also began a ministry  in Rwanda called Africa Anchor of Hope, providing […]

Malone Family

February 08,

Dylan joined Brook Hill in the Fall of 2020 as a…

Student Highlight: Adam Chen

February 01,

Adam joined Brook Hill from Shanghai, China his freshman year. Now, as a senior, and due to the pandemic, he’s attending Brook Hill through our distance learning program. During his time at Brook Hill, Adam has served as a member in the Res-Life Council and Brook Hill’s Student Council. He plays football and tennis and […]

Introducing Brook Hill United!

November 02, 2020

We are excited to introduce Brook Hill United! Brook Hill United is an initiative developed by our Director of Diversity and Intercultural Engagement, Ivan Johnson. The goal of Brook Hill United is to be proactive with educating, enhancing, and extending the scope of our cultural differences while embracing ways to bring harmony within our community. […]

Responding to Racism

June 01, 2020

During the past week, we have seen our nation and the world journey through uncertainties and frustrations.  People are struggling with how to process emotions and impulses that affect their moving back to normalcy.    Attempting to wrap our hearts around the current and tragic incident that claimed the life of George Floyd in Minneapolis is […]

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Five things you should consider when choosing a school for your family

July 21, 2017

From the desk of Travis Albea, Director of Boarding Admissions: Choosing the right school for your family is not only one of the most important decisions you will make, but can also be one of the most difficult to navigate. To make matters worse, every family and situation is unique, with its own set of […]

Racial sensitivity discussed in chapel this week

February 10, 2017

On Wednesday we were honored to welcome a panel from Mentoring Alliance at our Middle and Upper School chapel to discuss racial sensitivity and how important our words are. The panel reiterated that we are all created equal and should be careful in what we say and how we act toward people because we are […]

The Value of Diversity

December 02, 2016

From the desk of Shawn Rhoads, Director of Residence Life: When some schools speak of the diversity of their student body, they simply mean that they have more than one ethnicity on campus– maybe even up to four or five nationalities.  When we speak of a diverse student body at Brook Hill, we mean something […]