Brocks Gap Intermediate School

Madison Etheridge

Photo courtesy of Sherita Etheridge

The tree lighting ceremony is scheduled to begin at 5 p.m. in the parking lot of the Municipal Center, at 100 Municipal Lane. more


Brock's Gap Girls on the Run Team 1

Photo courtesy of Girls on the Run Birmingham

The event is set for May 7 in downtown Birmingham. more

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Trent Richardson and Blake Sims will be guest coaches at a football skills clinic at Brock's Gap Intermediate School on Saturday. more


Lake Cyrus community meeting 1-6-16

Photo courtesy of John Lyda

More than 200 residents gathered at Brock's Gap Intermediate School. more


0714 Brocks Gap Grant

Photo courtesy of Bridgette Rayfield.

Frisbee golf, tetherball and compost bins are just a few of the things coming to Brock’s Gap Intermediate School as part of a grant from Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Alabama. more

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0613 Earthsavers

Photo courtesy of Jana Maynard.

The Earthsavers/Science Club at Brock’s Gap Intermediate School recently sponsored a recycling contest in honor of Earth Day. more

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lemonade stand

Photo courtesy of Joi Aziaya.

Typically, most eleven year olds are waiting for the newest iPhone upgrade or the latest applications to download, but not Hoover resident and Brock’s Gap student Nyl Aziaya. He is a kidprenuer looking for the next business opportunity. more


Brock’s Gap is among the 2014 U.S. Department of Education Green Ribbon Schools District Sustainability Awardees. more


Eva Guenster, 10, recently attended Space Camp at the U.S. Space and Rocket Center in Huntsville, where she was the recipient of the camp’s highest and most coveted The Right Stuff Award. more


Members of the Brocks Gap Intermediate School’s Earthsavers/Science Club turned out in strong numbers at the annual Moss Rock Festival this past fall. more

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Christie Willis, technology teacher with Brock’s Gap Intermediate, recently received a grant from the Hoover City Foundation to fund a new tech initiative under the name Project P.I.G. (Project iPod Greenhouse). more

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