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Scates Family

October 21, 2020

The Scates family are new to Brook Hill this year, and they couldn’t be happier about their choice. We have loved hearing about their journey to Brook Hill and are excited to share it with you!     Mollianna and Cole Scates were raised in the Tyler area, both attending local public high schools. When […]

Parent Perspective: The Value of Christian Education

October 19, 2020

One of the defining aspects of a Brook Hill education is the culture and environment created by the Christian worldview that is embodied by our community. We got the chance to hear more about how this culture is changing the lives of our families from the Albea’s. Travis has worked at Brook Hill since 2012, […]

Harrison Family

September 24, 2020

The Harrison family relocated to East Texas this year from Kansas City, MO and immediately fell in love with Brook Hill! Ashleigh loved it so much, she even decided to join our faculty as a Kindergarten teacher.   Landreigh, Ashleigh, LouElla-Kate, Quinten, and Lynnox Harrison   What brought your family to East Texas? Our journey […]

First Day of School

August 21, 2020

The first day of school has finally arrived! Can we get a “Hallelujah!”? We are so grateful to be starting back and to have the Brook Hill Family together again. This year, we’re learning to act with love at the Lower School. Our school verse for the year is: “Let all that you do be […]

LOWER SCHOOL INNOVATION LAB GRAND OPENING

February 28, 2020

“What good is an idea if it remains an idea? Try. Experiment. Iterate. Fail. Try again. Change the world.” – Simon Sinek   This past week we celebrated the official opening of our Lower School Innovation Lab with an afternoon of exploration and hands-on creativity! Following the Grand Opening of our Upper School Graves Center […]

KINDERGARTEN CLASSES SERVE TYLER SPCA

February 21, 2020

Our Kindergarten classes put their reading skills to good use this past week as they served the Tyler SPCA through spending time with their foster dogs! One of our core values as a school is service. We want to foster a love for community and creation through serving others and our Kindergarten classes had the […]

GOING THE EXTRA MILE TO ENCOURAGE AND CELEBRATE STUDENTS

January 17, 2020

This past week we had the opportunity to pause and celebrate character, excellence, and achievement at our Lower School during chapel and it was such a great picture of how our students   Each quarter at our Lower School we take time during chapel to pass out awards and celebrate our students for things like […]

FOSTERING JOY AND A LOVE FOR THE ARTS

December 06, 2019

As a Christian school, our goal is to foster a passion for the Lord and instill confidence in who He has made each student to be!   We look for every opportunity to do this in our academics, athletics, arts, conversations, and in the day to day life with our students. One of the most […]

SCHOLASTIC BOOK FAIR ARCTIC ADVENTURE WEEK

November 22, 2019

This week we have had so many fun opportunities for memory-making as we celebrated Book Fair Week!   Monday we kicked off with pajama day encouraging our students to “get cozy” with a good book! Students brought their favorite stuffed animal and were allowed to shop the book fair in their jammies! We’re hoping that […]

LOWER SCHOOL LEAP LOUNGE GRAND OPENING

November 14, 2019

This year has given us new spaces, and new opportunities as a school. One of those spaces is our Lower School Leap Lounge.   The Lower School Learning Enrichment & Academic Potential (LEAP) program exists to not only help students realize their academic potential through support programs but also to enrich the learning environment of […]

LOWER SCHOOL CELEBRATES LITERACY WITH GREAT BOOK WEEK

November 01, 2019

“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 […]

HOW BIG IS A PUMPKIN? ASK A KINDERGARTNER!

October 25, 2019

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 […]