Whether you’ve been away from Brook Hill for five years or five months, welcome back. We Love Our Alumni!!! (We would have t-shirts made to say it, but someone told us that would be weird.) So we are content instead to tell you here. As Brook Hill alumni, you are living testimonials. Parents of current students hear that our graduates are out in the world, making their mark as brilliant thinkers, bold leaders, outstanding athletes, talented musicians, and outward-focused servants, and they see that the possibilities for their own kids are endless. This online community is the place to get news, find out about upcoming events and connect with your fellow alumni. If there’s something you’re looking for that you can’t find, let us know and we’ll do our best to help you. And don’t forget to stop by sometime and say hi to your teachers!
Coast Guard Cadet, Trinity Harris, graduated in May of 2017 and immediately went to the Coast Guard Academy, where her major is Government: Public Policy with Strategic Intelligence Studies. She is also on the shooting rifle team which competes on the NCAA Division I level. Even with her busy schedule, Trinity has been back on […]
Cade Wofford joins the ranks! Have you seen the wall of honor in the American Freedom Museum on the Brook Hill Campus? Cade Wofford, ’16 will be joining his Brook Hill brothers and sisters on that wall. He just graduated basic training. Cade will be headed to Sheppard AFB in Wichita Falls for Tech school, […]
From the desk of Ginger Bell, Director of Family and Alumni Relations: Kayleigh Smith graduated last year from Brook Hill, and has taken a moment to share her memories and how Brook Hill helped prepare her for life beyond our school. Scholarship dollars and the number of colleges to which our graduates are accepted are […]
From the desk of Ginger Bell, Director of Family and Alumni Relations: Almost 11 years after arriving at Brook Hill, Karina Redfern graduated. I caught up with her recently and asked how her years helped prepare her for life after BH. First, let me share Karina is an upcoming junior at Samford University, but is […]
From the desk of Ginger Bell, Director of Family and Alumni Relations: We love it when alumni stop by for a visit! Logan Kirkpatrick, ’11, was recently in town visiting family and came out to the school to see us. It was quite the treat to get to visit in person and to catch up. […]
From the desk of Ginger Bell, Director of Family and Alumni Relations: Twenty one years ago, this young lady’s daddy was one of the first students I tested for admittance to the brand new Brook Hill School. We met in the first building on campus…the log cabin. He went on to graduate from Brook Hill […]
On the topic of preparing our students, there is a variety of ways Brook Hill prepares students. Intellectually, spiritually, through learning how to manage extracurricular time, Wade Karam, ’12, is currently in his second year of Medical School at The University of Texas Medical Branch at Galveston and recently weighed in on the impact of […]
From the desk of Ginger Bell, Director of Family and Alumni Relations: The opening sentence in our mission statement says we provide excellence in a college preparatory education. I have the pleasure of sharing some of the stories of how Brook Hill has prepared students over these years. Samantha Anderson, ’15, graduated Brook Hill as […]
From the desk of Ginger Bell, Director of Family and Alumni Relations: Service to others is a priority for Brook Hill. One of the original pillars on which we were founded is character. Loving and serving others are hallmarks of lives filled with character. Kendell Wells, ’14, just returned from serving in Uganda with Parental […]
From Facebook: “Red Raiders! I am proud to announce that I am running to be an Engineering Senator at Texas Tech. The Tech United campaign has great things in store for Texas Tech, and we would greatly appreciate your vote.”
Our Headmaster and his wife, Rod and Heather Fletcher, got to visit some recent Brook Hill graduates (Jordan Wyatt, Jake Vasso, Alec Kitt and Devin Costlow) at their new school – Texas Tech University. Wreck em! “They are thriving in college, and we are so proud of them.” Rod Fletcher said.