Last Day of School, Friday, May 27th

 Friday, May 27th will be the last day of school for all students.  Campus principals will send out campus level notifications for their adjusted schedules.  Beginning this 2015-2016 Texas Education Law mandates students are required to attend school for 75,600 minutes.  Currently Brock ISD is over by more than 2400 minutes. Considering minutes and the possibility of a state appearance by the Brock Softball team next week, the decision was made by Brock ISD Administration to make Friday, May 27 the last day of school.   Thank you for another successful year!  We hope your family has a fantastic summer!  Brock ISD staff and administration are looking forward to the 2016-2017 school year!

Eagles Baseball Wins Regional Quarterfinals

The Brock Eagles will be playing the Farmersville Farmers, Friday, May 27th at 7:30 PM in the 3A Region 2 Semifinal round of the state playoffs.  Game 2 will be played Saturday, May 28th @ 4:00 PM.  Game 3, if necessary, will be played 30 minutes after Game 2.  

Friday, May 27th at Kennedale HS beginning 7:30 PM

Ticket Prices to be Determined

Saturday, May 28th at Dallas Baptist University beginning 4:00 PM 

Adults:  $7.00     Students:  $5.00

Coaches, District and Senior passes will be accepted for both games.

Lady Eagles Softball Advance to Regional Finals

The Brock Lady Eagles Softball Team will be playing district rivals, the Peaster Lady Greyhounds,  Thursday, May 26th at Glen Rose HS.  Game 2 will be Friday, May 27th at 5:00 PM also at Glen Rose. Game 3 will follow 30 minutes after Game 2 if necessary.

 Adults:  $5.00     Students:  $3.00

Coaches, District, and Senior Passes Will Be Accepted

Track and Tennis Bring Home Individual State Medals

Brock Track and Field competed in Austin on May 12th - 14th @ Mike A Myers Stadium on the campus of the Universtiy of Texas.  Congratulations to Jared Steele for winning the Bronze Medal in the 800 Meter with a time of 1:57.  

The Brock Tennis team competed in College Station on May 16th & 17th on the Texas A&M campus.  Congratulations to Hana Folse for winning Gold in Girls Singles, Clayton Boles for winning Silver in Boys Singles, Matt Hoffman, Logan Moon, Dylan Davis, and Will Paschal for co-winning Bronze Medals in Boys Doubles.  

The Brock ISD congratulates the athletes and coaches on outstanding individual performances.   

 Brock Golf Repeats State Gold

For the second year in a row, Brock Golf has brought home a state title.  This year eleven players earned a trip to compete at the state level, a school record.  At the end of the first round, Brock was tied with Troup for first place with a score of 321.  The second round saw the Brock Gold team pull away from the leaders, shooting a 303 with a combined score of 624.  The Brock ISD congratulates Coach Guyon and players for an outstanding season. 

Brock Summer Camps

Please see the 2016 Summer Camp link to the right of this page under Quick Links!

Elementary Robotics Qualify for TCEA State Competition

The Brock Elementary Robotics team has qualified to participate in the TCEA state contest to be held on Saturday, April 30th in Hutto.  In January, Brock competed against 110 teams in grades 4-8 from Region XI.  Brock had one team place second thus qualifying them for the state competition.  These students competed against larger schools with older competitors, many having Robotics as an elective class.  The Brock ISD congratulates these students on a job well done.

Brock Tennis Brings Home TTCA State Silver Medal

The Brock Tennis Team competed in the TTCA State Tennis Tournament on March 11th and 12th.  After extended rain delays, the team was able to play Early, Shallowater, and Wall finally coming up short against perennial finalist Mason.  The Brock ISD wishes to congratulate the Brock Tennis Team and coaching staff on an outstanding season of team tennis. 

Lady Eagles Win State Silver

The Brock Lady Eagles ended an impressive 34-5 season by bringing home the silver medal at the 2016 UIL 3A State Basketball Tournament on Saturday, March 5th.  The Brock ISD congratulates the coaching staff and players on an outstanding season.

Mighty Eagle Band Accomplishments

Members of the Mighty Eagle Band recently competed at the Region Solo & Ensemble Contest.  Of those members participating, 10 advanced to the State Solo & Ensemble Contest in May.  Students advancing to state in Solo & Ensemble is a first for the Brock band program.

The Band recently performed at the UIL Concert & Sight-reading Contest for the third straight year.  The Mighty Eagle Band received Superior Ratings, the highest possible recognition, for the second year in a row.  Congratulation to the Mighty Eagle Band for your many accomplishments!  The Brock ISD is proud of your success.


Brock Wins 3A Division I
State Football Title

The Brock Eagles, after just two seasons of UIL competition, won the 2015 UIL Class 3A Division I State Football Championship.  The Eagles defeated three time and current reigning state champion, the Cameron Yoe Yoemen, Thursday, December 17th at NRG Stadium in Houston by a score of 43-33.  This is an outstanding accomplishment and the Brock ISD wishes to congratulate the players and coaching staff on an amazing season that ended with a perfect 16-0 recordd.

Brock Eagles - Class 3A Division I State Football Champions!!!


Congratulations to the 2014-2015 Class 3A Lone Star Cup Champions -- Brock ISD!


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Mission Statement

It is the purpose and mission of Brock ISD to provide all students with an educational program that will allow them to develop to their full potential intellectually, physically, and socially in order to be responsible citizens and contributing members of society.  Inherent within this purpose and mission are the beliefs that all students can learn and that the school, the home and the community can make a difference in the lives of its students.