Senior Kennedy Rose raced to the finish at the Cross Country meet in Hallsville this week. The year is off the a good start with our new cross country coach, Mrs. Lopez, and a growing team!
Lower School cheer under new Cheer Coach Tiffany Hubbard got off to a great start on Wednesday Sept. 4th with 42 girls in the program
Tonight the student residents feasted on steak, buffalo wings, beef lasagna, vegetables, chicken and rice soup, garlic bread, salad bar and desserts including chocolate creme pie, pumpkin pie and bread pudding. ARE YOU KIDDING ME!!!
The Brook Hill Athletic Booster Club prepares to distribute over 600 T-Shirts, Hoodies, and souvenir items today in Founders Suite of The Kyle Lake Athletic Center. Shown left to right assisting BH Athletic Director Wally Dawkins is volunteer moms Heather Fletcher, Carole Stewart, Athletic Assistant Christi Collins, Athletic Administrative Assistant Marla Clements, BH Trainer Tristan […]
From the desk of Shawn Rhoads: What’s new at The Village? A whole lot, that’s what. New house, new parents, new bus, new countries, new faces. Our new girls’ house, with its customized suites for forty, its separate study, 40-locker food pantry and expansive common area, is just days away from its grand opening. Our […]
Mrs. Brooks, a sponsor on this year’s senior trip to Taos, NM, reminded seniors about their true identity Tuesday night. She began by listing the ways we often see ourselves, and then she shared what scripture says about Christian identity. Believers are beloved children of God (1 John 3:1), royal heirs (Romans 8:17), and intentionally/purposefully […]
Our juniors visited Texas A&M University on Tuesday for the first stop on our college tour. We were able to eat with our alumni on campus at Sbisa and get introduced to aggieland’s rich traditions on a school tour. Our students were also able to get a first hand look at the application process and […]
BH Senior Cheerleader Brittany Nejame gets the ” ALL ORANGE” fired up during Thursday night’s opening game win over Frankston
BH Varsity Cheerleaders Ivy Suddeth, Shelby Franklin, and Kay Kay Smith get the student body pumped up at Thursdays Spirit Rally
Third Grade Students visited the Brook Hill Lower School Library and made discoveries about the library by completing an “I Spy” game scavenger hunt!
Our seniors left for their annual senior class trip on Saturday. The trip will include visiting a Pueblo, the Rio Grande Gorge, white water rafting, and hiking. Some students plan to hike to the top of Wheeler’s peak, which at over 13,000 feet elevation, is the highest point in New Mexico.