The Business Lab and Guard Shop are now open! We held our Grand Opening on Monday, August 12, 2019 and can’t wait to get this school year started! Our new business lab will allow our students to gain real-life business experience. We have added a collaboration space and opened a new store called The Guard […]
Our sixth grade science students finished their rockets and launched them yesterday in class on the football field to see how successful their creations were.
Our eighth grade students are in full dissection mode in their classes! Today, they dissected worms in class. In the next two classes, students will dissect a frog virtually, then in real life.
Our seventh grade classes have been in the American Freedom Museum this week studying the genetics of our presidents. They have been analyzing the genetics of each president and first lady to figure out which traits are available for their kids. They studied the phenotype of each president and his wife and then created a […]
Eighth grade science students are applying the laws of motion by building a mousetrap car. For the STEM activity, students were given choices of different materials to build their cars and then built them in class. As part of the lab, students will measure force, speed, and calculate work. The goal is to build a […]
In this activity, students studied the process of decomposition through exploration and discussion outside of the classroom. Students then had to create displays of actual decomposition in nature and present them to their peers.
From the desk of Celia Tucker, Academic College Counselor: Brook Hill students traveled to Stephen F. Austin State University this week touring the campuses and visiting with admissions representatives. Students were reminded how important grades, ACT/SAT test scores, GPA, extracurricular activities, and study habits are in the world of college admissions. One of the great […]
The 6th grade computer students got to get outside and experience the beautiful weather this week while participating in some challenges which were meant to help groups work together to solve a particular problem.
Terry Kim placed 1st in ACSI Math Olympics Area Competition held at The Scofield School in Dallas on Friday. He competed in the 6th Grade Math Computation and scored a perfect score on all four rounds. He competed against all the private schools in the North/East Texas area. Also competing from middle school were Hannah […]
Ms. Shelton’s class is learning how to make a sculpture with pieces of wire – with Giacometti as their inspiration!
I have loved you with an everlasting love. I have drawn you with loving kindness. Jeremiah 31:3 Some of our Brook Hill boarding students wrote this verse and many others in the over one hundred Valentines that they handmade and delivered to residents of The Heights nursing care facility. They enjoyed wishing the residents Happy […]
Mrs. Fitzgerald reorganized her classroom a bit to teach her students how to format their next research paper.