Area Schools

Bullard ISD

Brook Hill

“The Brook Hill School is committed to training students to be confident in both their faith and their education. A Brook Hill education prepares them to read insightfully, think critically, solve problems logically, and communicate effectively within the framework of a Biblical worldview. Brook Hill students are encouraged to discuss ideas with genuine intellectual inquiry and Christian charity. A Brook Hill foundation equips them to make good decisions, grounded in the faith; to face the challenges of the real world, without being sheltered from them; and to impact others for God’s glory.”

All Saints

“All Saints Episcopal School is an independent school for students in pre-K through the twelfth grade which offers a challenging, college prep curriculum in a nurturing, Christian environment.”

Grace Community

“Grace Community School was founded by Grace Community Church in 1973 and began with an enrollment of 60 students in grades 2-12. With the completion of the high school building in 1996, Grace expanded to two locations keeping the elementary on Old Jacksonville Road and moving the junior high and high school to University Boulevard. Today the school exists as a K4-12, coeducational, college-preparatory day school with selective admissions. At more than 1010 students it is the largest private school in East Texas. The curriculum is rigorous and high moral standards are expected and encouraged.”

Bishop Thomas K. Gorman

“Bishop Thomas K. Gorman Regional Catholic School is a welcoming community of faithful learners dedicated to the continued formation of the total person according to the Gospel. Through this Catholic tradition, supported by parental involvement, the school promotes values, character, and self-discipline.”

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