Mrs. Fitzgerald reorganized her classroom a bit to teach her students how to format their next research paper.
Our Kindergarten students have been studying and researching an animal of their choice and last week in class, they got to present this animal to their peers. After that, they hibernated and enjoyed a Friday in pajamas to close out that unit.
From the desk of Celia Tucker, College Counselor: As I tell students right before we leave for college trips– “These college trips are educational excursions but they are also memory makers and relationship builders. We want you to learn about colleges on this trip but also want you to make some memories.” Well, I followed my […]
The robotics team traveled to Lewisville on Saturday to compete in a FIRST Tech Challenge regional qualifier robotics tournament. Casper Enqgvist, Daniel Gragg, Ben Funk, Tommy Moore, Gavin Rhea, and Johannes Mallinen have been building, programming, and preparing their robot for this competition since September. Their preparations were not in vain as they exceeded all […]
From the desk of Celia Tucker, Academic College Counselor: On the College Trip for the Class of 2021 we… …saw a beautiful sunrise (some of us saw it…) …walked seven miles …saw Kiza, the Husky mascot in person …received compliments and were mistaken for graduating seniors on both college campuses …realized that some students are […]
All week, dinosaurs have been the theme of Pre-K. They are discussing dinosaurs, learning about how they eat and what they eat, and have been counting using Dino pasta and comparing the size of a Brontosaurus footprint to their own.
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 […]
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 […]
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 […]
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!