From the desk of Wally Dawkins, Athletic Director: As a parent of a student athlete, many choices are made available to you as to where your child may decide to […]
We are pleased to announce the selection of six seniors from The Brook Hill School to serve on the 2014-2015 Student Board of Directors for Texas Bank and Trust. The TB&T Student […]
Some of our Lower School students had their first day in science class with Mrs. Brindley yesterday! When the students arrived, Mrs. Brindley asked the students to look around the […]
It may be the first full week of school, but our chemistry students are already in the lab! One of the first thing all chemistry students do is […]
This past summer the senior class read Tim O’Brien’s collection of stories called The Things They Carried for summer reading. As the book’s stories are set primarily during the Vietnam […]
As part of our back to school activities, each grade level worked as a team to create their own grade cheer and choreography for the fight song. At 2:20 pm […]
We’re looking forward to another incredible year at the The Brook Hill Middle and Upper School. We have more students than ever before, the largest senior class in history, and over 17 countries represented among our student body. The world learns at Brook Hill, and that puts a whole new spin on what it means to be Christ-Centered and College Prep.
See what the first day at The Brook Hill Lower School (elementary school) was like for families living in the Tyler, TX area.
How does a normal second grader transform into an historical figure at a wax museum? Preparation for this event began weeks earlier. First, each student selected an historical figure to […]
The Brook Hill Guard Chorale competed at the TAPPS District Large Ensemble/Sight-reading contest at Grace Community School on Thursday. The Guard Chorale received Superior ratings in both categories and will […]
From the desk of Tammy Hayes, Middle School Principal: The second in our series is one that takes a broad look at the many approaches to helping your teen navigate […]
Today Mr. Rogers’ 8th grade classes took a break from their usual work at the beginning of class to sing. Mr. Rogers played guitar, and students enjoyed both fun & […]