OUR CAMPUS IS CLOSED, BUT LEARNING CONTINUES.
DESIGNING THE LEARNING EXPERIENCE
At the core of Brook Hill’s approach to distance learning is the belief that we should think differently about our priorities when responding to challenging circumstances, and we should embrace opportunities for students to learn in new, meaningful ways.
The transition to distance learning is one of the greatest challenges we‘ve faced as a community and will be challenging for families. This website is intended to help students and parents achieve successful learning outcomes through Brook Hill’s distance learning experience.
Our teachers have worked diligently to create an environment that empowers students and parents to be successful. As we partner with families during this season, parents will need to think differently about how to support their children; how to create structures and routines that allow their children to be successful; and how to monitor and support their children’s learning. Likewise, students will need to adjust how they manage their time, schedule, and workload. Some students will thrive with distance learning, while others may struggle. We understand that this will be difficult, but we are here to support your family and guide you through this entire journey!
Brook Hill deliberately uses the term distance learning rather than technology-specific labels such as “virtual learning,” “e-learning,” or “online classes.” This choice reflects our conviction that quality learning can occur at a distance without solely relying on computers. Brook Hill’s goal is for students to read, communicate, and engage in meaningful learning experiences, while continuing to be physically active and grow in their knowledge of love of Jesus Christ.