HOBY State Leadership Seminars are for sophomore students who want to develop their leadership talents and become stronger leaders in their communities. Through engaging and interactive speakers, workshops, fun activities, and discussions, HOBY’s dynamic 3-4 day leadership training explores leadership from three perspectives: personal, group, and societal. The State Leadership Seminar program is an application […]
The Texas Bank and Trust Student Board of Directors applications have arrived on campus at Brook Hill! The TB&T Student Board is a prestigious program recognizing outstanding high school seniors in the community. Seniors Peyton Adams, Ini Adeleye, Kasey Anderson, Sharon Chai, Sharad Doshi, Colton Drennan, Jane Kim, Conner Livesay, Alvin Ugo Mgbemene, Margaret Newman, […]
The Chamber of Commerce Career Connections (C4) was a one day, Tyler Chamber sponsored program, which linked students and real-world workplace experiences. The goal was to provide Smith County students with the opportunity to begin career exploration during their final high school years by connecting them to over 60 local, premier, business professionals. C4 was a relaxed […]
This year, our school is honored to be a part of the Chick-fil-A Leader Academy. We have thirty members who consist of our Upper School students that are eager to serve our community through this organization. Mission: Students will impact their local communities through a project based leadership approach, all while learning crucial leadership […]
…and the boarding students were there to be a part of it. This past Saturday night a group of boarding students traveled to Dallas to cheer on the Mavs and watch the moves of James Harden as they battled the Rockets for a real nail biter in the American Airlines Center. For some this was […]
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 […]
This week, our seniors participated in a Reality Fair. The Credit Union came to campus and helped us set up booths for the students to walk past and figure out their imaginary budget for things like food, clothing and rent expenses based on their imaginary salary.
Our Marketing class visited the Museum last week and created marketing plans for products used throughout American History using methods that were only available at the time. Today, our Marketing class worked in teams to create commercials for their fictitious products using Brook Hill’s green screen!
Over the last few weeks, Business Principles students have collaborated to create a new business concept, applying the ideas they’ve learned about in class to solidify a full business plan. Today, our students presented their ideas in class for their peers and further refined their plans as they gained feedback from one another. Have you […]
From the desk of Candise Wise, Volleyball Head Coach: The Lady Guard Volleyball program came alive this past season. All of our programs, from middle school to upper school, really bought in and committed to the season. Middle School: Our middle school competed each game and came out with many victories. Both 7th A […]
Brook Hill cast takes THIRD PLACE at the TAPPS State One Act Play Championship! On Thursday, November 8, Brook Hill drama director Glenn Ballard and 14 of his students were in Kerrville Texas for the TAPPS State One Act Play Championship round. This was Brook Hill’s first time to advance to the State Round, and […]
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!