Topping bowls of ice cream with all variety of treats, Middle School students gathered last week for that most delicious of traditions, the annual Middle School ice cream social.
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"I believe that kindness matters," shared Kelsey Tainsh at an assembly with BB&N 5th and 6th graders on Wednesday, September 13.
Once you know sophomore Mia Bawendi at all, it will strike you as utterly fitting that she has a couple of pet geckos, lizards known for deftly climbing even the smoothest of walls.
Neither rain, being outside of their comfort zone, nor (gasp!) the lack of smartphones has curtailed the resilient members of the class of 2021 as they tackle BB&N's Bivouac.
Smiles and excitement marked the first day of classes at BB&N again this year as students across all three campuses renewed old acquaintances and began the 2017-18 academic year.
In a classic harbinger of the school year, smiling BB&N ninth graders boarded buses this morning and headed north for the School's 65th annual Bivouac.
With the doors set to open on another school year, BB&N's campuses have never looked better....
The BB&N Middle School Closing Ceremony, held on June 7th at the Nicholas Athletic Center, marked an important milestone for the 88 eighth graders making the transition to high school
On June 9th, friends and family of BB&N's 127 seniors gathered in the Nicholas Athletic Center to celebrate the graduation of the Class of 2017. Bucking threats of rain, summer sun streamed through the windows illuminating a ceremony that featured celebration, sage advice, and the culmination of years of hard work for a spirited and impressive class.
In what has become a harbinger of summer, the Lower School campus hosted its annual Harvest Festival this week, a day-long celebration centered on the harvesting of the Lower School gardens
In the final days of spring classes, a bit of home-grown activism inspired many students and faculty at the Upper School to commute to and from BB&N in more eco-friendly ways.
When BB&N's Director of Information Technology Demetri Orlando used the phrase, "Apples Up," at a faculty meeting earlier this year, Ethan Rossiter '93 was inspired. The Middle School English teacher, who is also a children's music practitioner, immediately began marinating the concept for musical treatment.
Games, rides, bouncy houses, music, food, and laughter marked BB&N's annual circus again this May.
Harnessing their inner rock stars, BB&N middle schoolers took to the stage this spring for a rollicking performance of the play, School of Rock the Musical.