The Brook Hill School (Texas)
An independent, Christian school on 280 acres, Brook Hill’s mission is to provide excellence in college preparatory education, affirm the gifts and challenge the potential of each student, and encourage students to honor God through Christ-like character.
The faculty, 70% of whom hold graduate degrees, provides a classical education from a Christian worldview. Competitive fine arts and athletic options include art, drama, orchestra and vocal music alongside baseball, basketball, football, golf, soccer, softball, tennis, track and field, and volleyball.
The Brook Hill School population currently includes over 660 students in grades PK-12 with homes across Texas and around the world. Comprehensive, quality programs at The Brook Hill School continue to be attractive to those who value a college preparatory education taught within the context of a Biblical worldview.
Brook Hill currently has 105 boarding students from 28 different countries and accepts boarders for grades 8-12.
The Brook Hill School
1051 N Houston St, Bullard, Texas 75757
Associations & Organizations
- Association of Christian Schools International
- Other Religious School Associations
- Other Special Emphasis Associations
- National Association of Independent Schools
- The Association of Boarding Schools
- Other School Associations
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