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LOWER SCHOOL CLUBS ARE A HIT!

December 06,

This year our students have the opportunity to be a part of clubs in their area of interest after school as a way to meet other students, learn new skills, and explore their passions!   We have been having so much fun watching our students enjoy them and are excited to continue next semester! Currently, […]

CREATING A FUN MIDDLE SCHOOL CULTURE

December 06,

During Middle School students are navigating new social situations, their peer groups are shifting and they’re learning what it looks like to be a good friend.   Seeking to provide a holistic approach to growth and education, we work hard as educators and school staff to help our students cultivate healthy relationships. One of the […]

MARKETING CLASS MAKES THEIR PITCH

December 06,

Brook Hill’s School of Business Marketing class is providing students with opportunities to build their portfolio and practice hands-on marketing strategy.   Offered as an elective for students, this marketing class has been an exciting addition to Brook Hill’s Business program. In line with our desire to provide as many opportunities as possible for our […]

MATHEMATICIANS IN THE MAKING

December 06,

At our Lower School and Middle School campuses, students began their Math Olympic competition rounds!   We’re excited about this opportunity for our students because we want to instill a love for learning, and a healthy understanding of hard work and competition in our students. To participate in the Math Olympics, you must be recommended […]

FOSTERING JOY AND A LOVE FOR THE ARTS

December 06,

As a Christian school, our goal is to foster a passion for the Lord and instill confidence in who He has made each student to be!   We look for every opportunity to do this in our academics, athletics, arts, conversations, and in the day to day life with our students. One of the most […]

APPLYING ALGEBRA AT THE AMERICAN FREEDOM MUSEUM

December 06,

Ms. Holland’s 7th-grade pre-algebra students adventured to the American Freedom Museum this week in order to explore math through the lens of history.   After a full semester of formulas and equations, students were given the mission of putting their skills to the test. Using numerical information from the different exhibitions, the students had to […]

“REALITY FAIR” GIVES SENIORS A REAL-LIFE LOOK AT FINANCES

December 06,

As part of our continuing efforts to prepare seniors for college and beyond, Brook Hill recently partnered with Kelly Community Federal Credit Union to sponsor a “Reality Fair” for our Brook Hill seniors.   The Reality Fair is a financial literacy program designed to familiarize students with personal money management skills. Seniors first met with […]

CHRISTMAS AT THE BROOK

December 06,

Each family has its holiday traditions. Big or small, there are occasions and acts that make up the memories of each year.   For us at Brook Hill, Christmas at the Brook is one of those traditions. Hosted by the Fine Arts Department and SOFA, our orchestra, led by Dr. Gary Gardner, and our choir, […]

EQUIPPING OUR STUDENTS WITH THE FACTS

November 22,

Brook Hill welcomed health professionals from UT Tyler Health Center and Christus Health to campus this past week.   Health professionals came to equip our students with the facts and challenge them to think critically about their health when it comes to vaping. As vaping and Juul(ing) continue to become increasingly popular in culture at […]

THE MAKING OF MEDIA

November 22,

Our Upper School Media Class has been hard at work preparing for the TAPPS Short Film Competition that takes place in Spring 2020.   With a group of students passionate about storytelling and curious about using media to connect with others, Brook Hill media class students have been challenged to work in small groups this […]

BROOK HILL STUDENTS HONORED FOR LEADERSHIP BY ROTARY YOUTH LEADERSHIP AWARDS (RYLA)

November 22,

Congratulations to Emily Livesay and TyJuan Cannon for being selected as the Rotary Youth Leadership Award winners to represent Brook Hill!   Rotary Youth Leadership Awards started in 1960 and is an international program that was created by Rotary International to encourage strong leadership in youth. Out of the Junior class, six students were nominated […]

4TH GRADERS VISIT THE PEROT MUSEUM OF NATURE AND SCIENCE

November 22,

Did you know that the sky has more stars than the beach has sand?   This mind-bending fact, along with a whole host of other facts and fascinations can be explored at the Perot Museum of Nature and Science in Dallas. Our 4th-graders recently had the opportunity to visit and it was such a great […]