From the desk of Brian Nelson, Academic Dean: As many of you know academics and college guidance are my passions. I believe they are what God has created me to do. I also believe that God has called me to serve at Brook Hill, and this school provides me with an amazing academic and college […]
Emergency personnel from ETMC, police officers, and Dr. Freimer recently paid special visits to Brook Hill Kindergarten students. Our Kindergarten students learned how community helpers keep them healthy and safe!
From the desk of Dr. Stan Ward, Director of Campus Life and Ministry I recently read about “the marshmallow test” – a famous psychology study from the 60′s and 70′s that noted correlations between delayed gratification and later success in life. For years educators have taken the experiment to demonstrate the importance of “grit” and […]
Our Seniors lead us in chapel last week! They shared about persevering through difficult times, finding our identity in Christ, striving to please God rather than men, and the value of friendship. The senior class concluded chapel by leading the school on worship. We are looking forward to an incredible year with these senior leaders, […]
From the desk of Glenn Ballard: “So, what’s all the hype about a ‘Dinner Theatre?’ I mean, what is a ‘Dinner Theatre’ anyway?” Well, if you are new to the Brook Hill community or if maybe you have just been preoccupied with other things for the past few years, you may not know what all […]
After Wednesday’s senior chapel, seniors continued their leadership role in school by providing senior panels to lead advisory groups during Thursday’s campus life block. Seniors shared about life in high school, friendships, and their walk with Christ. Our students were able to ask questions and receive counsel about issues they’re facing from their brothers and […]
Thursday our PreK classes studied their 5 senses as they observed an Octopus! Our students drew pictures of the Octopus and came up with some very funny answers to a questionnaire about our 5 senses. Our bravest students even tasted “Octopus” (Calamari)!
Mr. Moore’s 10th grade humanities class began studying the Nicene Creed today. The class is currently learning about the reign of Constantine and since he called and presided over the Council of Nicaea, Mr. Moore thought this would be a fitting place to integrate faith and learning in the classroom. The Nicene Creed […]
Mrs. Eden’s 6th grade Humanities class wrote letters to local heroes like our Bullard Firemen thanking them for their service to the local community. This exercise came about as Mrs. Eden’s class discussed the tragedy our nation experienced on 9/11, including courage shown by policemen, firemen, and other volunteers who sacrificed their lives in the […]
From the desk of Dr. Stan Ward: Parents – Have you ever had a parenting moment when you wondered, “Gee. So what do I do now?” If so, then you will be interested in the growing library of parenting resources we have at the Bell Library. Here are just a few resources that have been […]