Boys & Girls Tennis Win District

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Both boys and girls tennis teams won district this week! Marisa, Brook Hill Senior, won the girls district championship in singles tennis. The Kitt brothers, Alec & Philip, won the boys district championship… Continue reading

Prayer – Praises and Requests Follow Up

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From the desk of Ginger Bell, Director of Family and Alumni Relations: You may remember we shared a prayer request from Christi Wyatt-Zimmerman a couple of weeks ago?  She is the mother of… Continue reading

Working Hard!

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From the desk of Ginger Bell, Director of Family and Alumni Relations: Michael Greening, ’13, came to Brook Hill from a local public school and really didn’t know what he was in for… Continue reading

God Bless America!

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The Lower School chapel service, April 16, was dedicated to some of the people who have made America great. Fifth graders showcased contributions of the men and women from diverse cultural, educational, and… Continue reading

ACSI District Speech Meet

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The Brook Hill Lower School recently hosted the annual ACSI District Speech Meet. A total of nine private schools from the surrounding area sent 209 students (1st grade – 6th grade) to participate… Continue reading

6th Grade Makes Rockets!

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6th graders have been learning about space in Mrs. Wallace’s science class. As part of their study, students are making rockets in class and will launch them sometime next week! Here are some… Continue reading

Brook Hill Golf 2014, District and Regional Tournaments Update

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Brook Hill boys won TAPPS 3A District 2,  District tournament, at Eagle’s Bluff Country Club on Tuesday, April  8;  advancing 6 boys and 3 girls to regional tournament on Monday April 14. Medalists… Continue reading

Resurrection Week Activities!

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From the desk of Dr. Stan Ward, Director of Campus Life & Ministry: I’m excited to tell you about some of our special activities for Resurrection Week (April 14-17). MONDAY Divided chapels for… Continue reading

Kindergarten Chuck Wagon Day

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As a conclusion to their study of Texas, Kindergarten classes celebrated all things Texan. Students dressed up in cowboy hats and boots and spent the afternoon engaging in activities like sack races, horseshoes,… Continue reading

1st Grade Animal Showcase

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1st graders packed out the gymnatorium on Friday to showcase the animals they researched for a class project. Students gathered and communicated facts about their animal of choice and made a presentation board… Continue reading