Mobile Bidding at the Auction this Year

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An International Block Party, April 24th, 2015 6pm at The Brook Hill School We are excited to announce that we will be having mobile bidding at the International Block Party Auction.  Be sure… Continue reading

Achievement Testing at the Lower School

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From the desk of Sandra Fritcher, Lower School Principal: The Lower School participates in achievement testing every spring.  Next week, April 20-24, our students in first through fifth grades will be taking the… 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

PreK Round-Up

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PreK students enjoyed a morning of cowboy related activities on Friday! Students sifted sand for gold, enjoyed races, played horseshoes, and even got to rope and sit on saddles. It was a fun… Continue reading

US History Visits New Orleans

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The annual History class trip to New Orleans included a visit to the National World War II Museum, Jackson Square, Battle of New Orleans Battlefield, and Oak Alley Plantation.  Students also enjoyed jazz… Continue reading

3rd Grade Hosts Annual Invention Convention

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Brook Hill 3rd Grade students have been hard at work making life better for others by creating a new invention! In its 8th year, Brook Hill’s annual Invention Convention was developed to teach… Continue reading

The Anatomy of a Leaf

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As an introduction to Botany, Mr. Bunger’s Environmental Science class took advantage of the beautiful weather and the incredible landscape of our 280-acre campus. Students observed all different kinds of leaves, studying their… Continue reading

Kindergarten Leads Chapel: From Ordinary to Extraordinary

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On Wednesday, our Kindergarten students lead chapel, teaching all of us about the power of God to use the mundane and ordinary for his mighty purposes.   Three trees grew up strong and… Continue reading

The View from My Office Window

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From the desk of Rod Fletcher, Headmaster: Smart phones are a great tool – I seriously could not function without mine.  A major drawback to them, however, is that we spend so much… Continue reading

Remembering Vietnam – Veteran Wall Coming to American Freedom Museum

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From the desk of Jan Hommel, American Freedom Museum Director: On Saturday, April 25th, The American Veteran Traveling Tribute and the American Freedom Museum will be hosting the Traveling Vietnam Veteran’s Wall on… Continue reading