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Understanding Our Children: The Price of Privilege by Madeline Levine, Ph.D

November 08, 2013

From the desk of Tammy Hayes, Middle School Principal: Doesn’t it seem a little weird as your kids get older that no one can think of what they want for Christmas? Is it possibly the answer that we need the most? They really don’t need anything; nor can anything be added to them that will […]

MS Fall Field Night, November 15

November 07, 2013

Hey Middle School Students! Brook Hill’s second annual “Fall Field Night” at the football field will be on Friday, November 15. If you are not planning to travel and watch our football team, then join us for a night of active games on the football field, under the stars. Our event will start at 7:30pm […]

Operation Christmas Child

November 07, 2013

Brook Hill MS and Us advisory groups will once again sponsor Operation Christmas Child shoe boxes for Samaritan’s Purse. This year, the LS will join the effort to fill 500 shoe boxes. Boxes will be collected by the US Academic Office on Monday, November 18 through Wednesday, November 20. You can stop by the office […]

Christian Recording Artist Performs at Middle and Upper School Chapel

November 06, 2013

At Wednesday’s MS and US chapel, Christian recording artist Caroline Cobb performed selections from her latest album, The Blood and The Breath. Her album retells the story of redemption, as developed through both Old and New Testaments. To find out more about Caroline Cobb and her latest album, be sure to see her website: www.carolinecobb.com.

Environmental Journal Log

November 05, 2013

Mrs. Hoffpauir’s environmental science class is keeping an environmental journal log. The log includes a list of abiotic and biotic factors. They are collecting leaves that they will be identifying, recording water and air temperature, looking for dead organisms as well as living ones, describing the soil and rocks in the area, and other factors. Each […]

General Visits U.S. History Class

November 04, 2013

Last week, our U.S. History class was honored to have General James Anderson as its guest lecturer. During the Vietnam War, General Anderson, along with General Creighton Abrams, discussed with President Richard Nixon at the White House the need to eliminate enemy supply depots in neighboring Cambodia. With the President’s approval, General Anderson personally led […]

Where are they now?

November 03, 2013

From the desk of Ginger Bell, Director of Family and Alumni Relations: Garry and Nicodemus Christopher were the first of four Christopher children to graduate from The Brook Hill School.  They crossed the stage at graduation in 2003 and both went on to pursue college degrees from Baylor University.  Only 11 months separates the young […]

Liquid Density Lab

November 02, 2013

Sixth grade density lab. Students tested 5 different liquids to determine how the liquids compared in their densities. Studying density helps students understand how scientists believe the earth’s layers have formed.

Halloween Party

November 01, 2013

The Boarding community threw a block party on Halloween! We baked all kinds of treats, drank apple cider, played lawn games, carved and painted pumpkins, and took goofy photos! Enjoy some laughs and see what a great time we had!

Get a Treat if Your College App is Complete!

November 01, 2013

The candy is almost gone—yeah! Seniors dropped by the Academic Office on October 31st to get a treat if they had completed a college application. Seniors 2014 are on the ball!

College Fairs

November 01, 2013

Brook Hill students and families had multiple opportunities to visit with representatives from a variety of colleges this week. College Representatives from The University of Arkansas, The University of Alabama, The University of Mississippi, Southern Methodist University, Abilene Christian University, Austin College, Hendrix, and Trinity were in the Library to share information and items with […]

As the Senior Class Goes…So Goes the School-Year

November 01, 2013

From the desk of Rod Fletcher, Headmaster: Each year, before classes begin, I meet with the new senior class and challenge them.  I challenge them by stating, “As the Senior Class goes…so goes the school-year.”  I let them know that although the school’s faculty, staff, and administration works and plans and strategizes, the real direction […]