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THE BROOK HILL SCHOOL

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The Brook Hill School

Address1: P.O. Box 668

Address2:

City: Bullard

State: Texas

Postal Code: 75757

Country: USA

Main Phone: 800-657-3167

Main Fax: 903-894-6332

School Email Address: [email protected]

Web Site: http://www.brookhill.org/

Admissions Office Information

Fax: 903-894-6332

Email: [email protected]

Phone: 903-894-5000

Director of Admission

Name: Ginger Bell

Title: Director of Admissions and Marketing

Head of School

Name: Rod Fletcher

Title: Headmaster

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General Information

Boarding School or Day School: Boarding/Day

Campus Size (Acres): 180 acres

Dress Code: Neat Informal

Endowment:

Founded: 1997

Professional Affiliations:

NAIS

TABS

Religious Affiliation: Christian (no specific denomination)

School Environment:

The Brook Hill School was built upon three pillars – Education, Potential and Character. It is a place where students are encouraged to excel academically, pursue their athletic gifts, and discover their artistic abilities. The students work hard in each of these areas as they prepare to go on to college and beyond. Their success is evidenced by their college acceptances and scholarships. Yet Brook Hill is so much more than good students, good athletes, and good artists. Brook Hill is a community. It is a community of people using their God-given gifts, talents, abilities, and interests to bring glory to God. When parents say what they appreciate about the school, they often say, “Brook Hill is a place where my kids feel that they belong – and so do I.” In fact, Brook Hill is often described as a “family.” Brook Hill is a close-knit community of people who value a comprehensive, quality, Christ-centered, college prep school.

School Setting: rural

School Setting Description:

180 acre campus east of Dallas.

Program Emphasis:

Boarding School

Day School

School Type: Coed

Grade Level:

Kindergarten

Primary

Secondary

Enrollment

No. of Boarding Students: 25

No. of Boys:

No. of Day Students: 440

No. of Girls:

Percentage Boys/Girls

Ratio Boys/Girls

Total Enrollment: 301-500

Geographic Distribution

International:

Korea

Mexico

Taiwan

Thailand

United States:

California

Texas

Majority of students come from: Southwest

Number of students per grade

Pre-K: 18

Kindergarten: 32

Grade 1: 26

Grade 2: 27

Grade 3: 25

Grade 4: 15

Grade 5: 22

Grade 6: 46

Grade 7: 40

Grade 8: 31

Grade 9: 44

Grade 10: 31

Grade 11: 41

Grade 12: 38

Post Graduate:

Ungraded:

Transportation

Nearest Airport: Tyler, TX - 15 miles

Phone: 903-894-9683

Nearest Bus Station:

Phone:

Nearest Major City: Dallas - 100 miles

Taxi Service:

Phone:

School provides transportation services to airport/bus station at the beginning/end of vacations: Yes

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School Campus & Facilities

Number of School Buildings: 6

Computers

School makes computers available in:

Classrooms

Computer Center

Dorms

Library

Is the school networked? Yes

Is each student assigned an e-mail address? Yes

Internet Access: Yes



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