Bullard Texas Schools
Bullard Independent School District (BISD)
Part of the Bullard Independent School District in Texas
The Bullard Independent School System (BISD) operates Bullard Primary, Bullard Elementary, Bullard Intermediate, Bullard Middle, and Bullard High School.
The district encompasses parts of Smith County and northern Cherokee County in Texas.
Bullard ISD is home to nearly 2,200 students in grades PK-12 on five campuses (see photos below on this page):
- Primary School: PK-1
- Elementary school: 2-4
- Intermediate School: 5-6
- Middle School: 7-8
- High School: 9-12
For more information, visit the BISD offices at 1426B South Houston, or phone (903) 894-6639.
You are also encouraged to visit the official website of the Bullard Independent School District (ISD).
Part of the campus of The Brook Hill School
The Brook Hill School
The Brook Hill School is an independent, Christian day and boarding school known throughout the Tyler area. It is located just north of Bullard on FM 2493 on a beautiful 280 acre campus (see photos below on this page).
Brook Hill was opened in the fall of 1997 with 31 students in grades six, seven, and eight. Grade levels were added until reaching a full complement of grades Pre-K through Twelve in the fall of 2005. An international/domestic boarding program was established in the summer of 2003, and Brook Hill has now hosted students from across the globe.
The school is accredited through the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools (SACS), It is also affiliated with the Association of Christian Schools International, the College Board, and National and Texas Associations of College Admission Counselors.
The new American Freedom Museum is also located on The Brook Hill School campus. The Museum contains 15,000 sq.ft. of galleries showcasing a collection of over 600 artifacts and documents about our nation’s history.
Learn more at the official website of The Brook Hill School.
Universities and Colleges in Tyler
A highly-rated series of public and private schools offer a variety of educational options in the Tyler metropolitan area.
The University of Texas at Tyler (UT Tyler, or UTT) is a comprehensive institution of higher education offering both undergraduate and graduate degree programs. UTT was founded in 1971 as Tyler State College, and renamed Texas Eastern University in 1975. It joined the University of Texas System in 1979 .
Established in 1926 as part of the Tyler Public School System, Tyler Junior College (TJC) provided to area residents an opportunity for higher education in a local environment. In 1946, it became a separate entity from the school system, and opened a new campus in 1948.
The TJC main campus is located on E. 5th Street (Highway 64), just east of S. Beckham Avenue.
TJC has an enrollment of over 11,000 students for the Fall 2014 semester. In addition, thousands more enroll in TJC continuing education courses each year.
Bullard & Tyler Area Schools - Links of Interest
- Bullard Independent School District (ISD)
- The Brook Hill School
- Tyler Area Christian Home Educators (TACHE)
- Tyler ISD
- Whitehouse ISD
- Brownsboro ISD (including Chandler)
- Chapel Hill ISD
- Diocese of Tyler Catholic Schools
- Bishop T.K. Gorman Catholic School
- St. Gregory Catholic School
- Classical Conversations of Tyler
- East Texas Christian Academy
- Grace Community School
- UT Tyler Innovation Academy
- Cumberland Academy
- All Saints Episcopal
Photos of Bullard School Facilities
The Bullard Intermediate School: part of the extensive Bullard Independent School District (staff photo)
Bullard Elementary School (staff photo)
Bullard High School (staff photo)
Panther Stadium at Bullard High School (staff photo)
Photos of The Brook Hill Campus in Bullard Texas
Part of the extensive campus of The Brook Hill School in Bullard, Texas (staff photo)
The Brook Hill Lower School ... the Ornelas Building, Bullard, Texas (staff photo)
Lauderdale Hall at The Brook Hill School in Bullard (staff photo)
The Kyle Lake Athletic Center at The Brook Hill School (staff photo)
The American Freedom Museum located on the campus of The Brook Hill School (staff photo)