Brock Student Chosen for the Texas FFA Choir
Brock High School student Beyla Decker was selected to the Texas FFA Choir. She is the first Brock Student to have earned this honor. Congratulations Beyla!
Brock High School Wins UIL Academic District Meet
The Brock High School UIL Academic Team won the District 7-3A Championship on Thursday, with a total score of 720, followed by Paradise - 389, Tolar - 237, Jacksboro – 136, Breckenridge - 77, Millsap – 57, Peaster - 40, and Boyd – 24. The win advances Brock to the Region I Meet in Abilene on April 12th and 13th. For individual results click on the link below:
Brock Boy’s Basketball Completes Outstanding Season
Congratulations to the Brock Eagles Basketball Team on an outstanding basketball season that included a District 7-3A championship, Region I Championship and culminated with an appearance in the Class 3A State Final. They finish the season as the 3A State Runner-up with a record of 34-6.
Co-District Champs, Bi-District Champs, Area Champs, Quarterfinal Champs, Regional Semifinal Champs, Region I Champs, State Finalists
Brock Lady Eagle Basketball Completes Outstanding Season
Congratulations to the Brock Lady Eagle Basketball Team on an outstanding basketball season that included a District 7-3A championship and culminated with an appearance in the Region I Tournament. They finish the season with a record of 32-9.
District 7-3A Champs, Bi-District Champs, Area Champs, Quarterfinal Champs, Regional Semifinalists
Brock’s Samson Tighe Receives Certificate of Distinction
Dan Robertson of the Weatherford Chapter of the American Legion, presents Brock's Samson Tighe with a certificate of distinction for his participation in the American Legion District Oratorical Scholarship competition on December 8th, in Weatherford. This competition is the first level in a national competition sponsored by the American Legion that can earn over $15,000 in college scholarships for students who advance. Students who compete must be prepared to speak for 8 to 10 minutes on one of four Constitutional Amendments. Students do not know until the competition which amendment they will draw for their presentation. Congratulations to Samson for his outstanding effort!
Brock High School Drop Off and Pick Up Procedures
To ease the process of student drop off and pick up, Brock High School Staff asks that you pull into the parking lot directly in front of the school. Please pull forward to front door. All cars in the line from the front door to the visitor parking signs need to exit the vehicle as quickly as possible. You do not have to wait to get the front door to exit the vehicle. If your child needs to bring in equipment, band instruments, school supplies or projects, we ask that you park in an available parking space. You may then let your child gather his/her belongings and then cross the parking lot and enter the building. This will expedite the process of student drop off. Please follow traffic arrows to exit the parking lot.
School ends at . If you need to pick up your child, please pull into a parking spot and wait for your him/her. To ease congestion while busses, faculty, other parents, students and staff are leaving for the day, do not form a line in front of the school. Brock appreciates your help ensuring the safety of all BISD students.