From the desk of Celia Tucker, Academic College Counselor: This past week I was fortunate to be invited to attend a Counselor Conference at Mississippi State University. I visited and networked with counselors from Tennessee, Mississippi, Texas, Georgia, and Alabama as we talked about similarities and differences between our campuses. It is the networking that […]
The Brook Hill School is proud to announce that Patti Eden has been named by the Executive Board of the Texas Association of Private and Parochial Schools as the TAPPS Fine Arts Teacher of the Year for the 2018-2019 school year. Mrs. Eden has been the choral director for The Brook Hill School for 21 […]
Did you know that Brook Hill has a full-time athletic trainer on staff and that we have a student trainer program that gives students real life athletic training experience? We also just invested thousands of dollars in state of the art medical equipment for the care and treatment of our student athletes. Here is a […]
Mrs. Dawkins 4th grade class practiced their coding skills using a program called Blockly and Dash with their robots. Dash Robots are equipped with sensors, microphones, lights and motors that allow students to explore the world of robotics in a creative, collaborative and interactive way.
One of our Brook Hill parents, Dr. Blake Bextine spoke in a chemistry class this week about his job and how he uses science daily. Dr. Bextine works for DARPA, the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency, a military agency that uses science to develop all kinds of interesting military strategies and defenses.
Eleventh grade Humanities has been studying the Cold War (Cuban Missile Crisis, Korean War, Vietnam War). Yesterday, the students identified all the presidents who were in office during the Cold War in the Hall of Presidents, and then learned/read about their significance and the impact they had through the war. They also focus on the […]
Our Fine Arts (Drama, Choir, Art and Orchestra) students showed off their talents this week at Spring at the Brook. Their art gallery will be on display in the library through the end of this week.
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 Lower School strings students were hard at work today after chapel practicing for next Tuesday night’s Cadet Singers Spring Concert at 6:30 p.m. Don’t miss out on all the events at Brook Hill this month! You can check out our Event Calendar here.
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.
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 […]