Friends and family gathered inside of The Brook Hill School’s Upper School Courtyard Saturday, May 19, as the school’s Board of Trustees and administrators bestowed high school diplomas to a total of 84 graduating seniors, the largest graduating class in the school’s history, at the Brook Hill 2018 Commencement Exercises Ceremony. The Brook Hill Class of 2018 will represent the school well as they head into the world, as the Class of 2018 seniors were awarded a total of 327 acceptance letters to 134 colleges and universities around the United States and around the world, while cashing in on $5,315,413 in college scholarships, setting new school records in all three categories.
The Bullard Education Foundation honored the academic successes of several distinguished Bullard High School students, as well as the hard work of teachers, at the annual BEF Achievement Recognition Banquet Tuesday, May 15, at Hollytree Country Club in Tyler.
The hallways of several Bullard Independent School District campuses rang aloud with the tones of Pomp and Circumstance recently, as the Bullard High School Class of 2018 took part in the school’s annual traditions of Senior Breakfast and Graduation Walkthrough Friday, May 11. “The Senior Breakfast and Senior Walkthrough events have definitely become traditional events, and we’re big on traditions here at Bullard ISD,” said Donna Jeffus, Coordinator of Alternative Education and CTE. “These particular events have become big events within Bullard ISD and the community, and are always well attended by the senior class and their parents.
Bullard Independent School District recently announced the students who will represent Bullard High School as the Class of 2018 Valedictorian, Salutatorian, and the Top 10 Percent. Valedictorian – Ethan Medley Ethan Wyatt Medley, son of Jane and Jeremy Medley, will serve as the Valedictorian of the BHS Class of 2018. “To be honest, it was a surprise that I became