Our Orlando SPARC trip students were surprised with a visit from their bus driver, Samuel, at the Athletic Gala on Monday night. The next day, he toured campus, rocked some Brook Hill swag and enjoyed lunch in the athletic suite.
Over the past several months, the East Texas soil has been saturated by the highest total rainfall on record. This record setting deluge has impacted everyone associated with the construction industry, including The Brook Hill School. Originally scheduled for a Substantial Completion Date of October 31st, progress on Brook Hill’s new Spirit Shop on the […]
Congratulations to our Lady Guard Cheerleaders for winning TAPPS State Champion Runner Up! To top it all off, three of our girls also brought home All State awards! Gracie Campbell: 1st Team All State Avery Moss: 2nd Team All State Leah Rogers: 3rd Team All State Way to go Lady Guard!
Students from both Spanish 3 and 4 classes attended The Selena Experience this past Saturday at The Cowan Center at The University of Texas at Tyler. The concert was a tribute to Selena Quintanilla, the late Tejano music start that was tragically murdered in 1995. The concert was a production of Los Chicos del 512. […]
From the desk of Jessica Mize, ACE Director: Mrs. Mize and Coach Ryle of the ACE team have put together a series of short videos to help our students prepare for their semester exams. Each video highlights a different area of preparation. The first video gives some specific information regarding our exams along with general […]
From the desk of Shawn Rhoads, Director of Residence Life: Sam Nechi, Alvin Mgbmene, Ini Adeleye and Zack Nguyen greet church members to the second service at South Spring Baptist Church, where the boys attend with their House Parent, Mr. Wilson, or Mr. Rhoads. The boarding kids, who attend South Spring also, take part with […]
From the desk of Laurie Humphries, Director of Advancement: FAMILY PARTICIPATION + HURRICANE HARVEY RELIEF = hands and feet of Jesus A portion of the dollars raised from The Brook Hill School’s 2017 Family Participation Drive will support Hurricane Harvey Relief efforts. The Family Participation Challenge begins Monday, September 11th, 2017. Be on the look-out […]
Brook Hill pushed Dallas Christian to the limit before relenting in a 50-47 loss Tuesday in a non-district varsity boys game. The Guard were paced offensively by Reid Hill’s 15 points with Parker Galbraith chipping in nine points in the loss. “I was really proud of how hard the boys played,” Guard coach Jacob Agnew […]
Tickets are still on sale for Monday night’s dinner and show. Glenn Ballard, Director of Fine Arts, is proud to bring back this tradition after 12 years. “An event this special doesn’t happen every year,” Ballard said. “In fact, it was in 2004, when The Brook Hill School Fine Arts Department last presented a Madrigal […]
Brook Hill lost its first game of the season 14-7 against Carrollton Prince of Peace on Friday. The Guard were dealt a blow in the first half when junior quarterback Hood Taylor was forced to leave the game because of an injury. Brook Hill’s offense, without its starting field general, scored a touchdown in the […]
First grade has studied apples to the CORE! First Grade put our good scientific investigation skills to work today as we explored apples. We used all five of our senses and recorded our data in our own apple books. We even made a hypothesis about whether they would sink or float. We also had a […]
EDGEWOOD — Brook Hill Middle School volleyball traveled to Edgewood on Saturday to compete in a tournament and returned with runner-up trophies after two strong showings against larger UIL schools. The Lady Guard 8th Grade 8 team began by defeating Mabank in two games (25-22, 25-13) and host Edgewood in three games (28-26, 23-25, 25-16). […]