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.
Sixth graders attended the Gem and Mineral Show Education Day on January 25th where they learned how gem stones are shaped from raw materials. They also watched a gold panning demonstration and witnessed rocks that glow in the dark. Then, students were allowed to visit the shopping area where they saw fabulous displays of God’s […]
The 6th graders participated in an outdoor science lesson called “Nature Sleuths.” In this activity, the students were challenged to use their observation skills to find different items in nature, such as examples of camouflage, predators, and cycles. The purpose of this activity was to stretch students’ comprehension by challenging them to apply the science […]
The Upper and Middle School Student Body and Faculty all enjoyed a special chapel this past Wednesday. The Christmas story was read by different students throughout each chapel. The Show Choir followed them with two fantastic and fun songs that everyone enjoyed. After them the orchestra performed two remarkable traditional pieces. And we closed out […]
Our middle schoolers had a fun memory builder night last week were they played outside, drank hot chocolate, made Gingerbread houses and watched the movie “Elf.”
Our Middle and Upper School students had their work displayed at Bullard’s Red, White and Blue Festival. We’re proud of their hard work!
Sixth graders are studying physical properties of matter. To explore the property of density, students tested different liquids to see which liquids had greater or lesser density than the others. They predicted the order in which they should drop in the liquids and then tested until they determined the correct order by density. The liquids […]
Coach Johnson has quite a way of making math fun for his sixth grade students! Here are some pictures from their fraction party.
PSIA practices started on Monday! Here is the list of all of the competitions: Art Memory Music Memory Mathematics Number Sense Calculator Applications Science Maps, Graphs & Charts Spelling Dictionary Skills Vocabulary Listening Skills Prose Interpretation Poetry Interpretation Impromptu Speaking Modern Oratory Ready Writing On-Site Drawing Practice has begun. District competition is Friday, March 29, […]