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.
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.
BB&N Middle Schoolers recently garnered a silver medal at The Massachusetts Educational Theater Guild middle school drama festival. Hosted by the Winthrop Middle School, the event featured numerous performances by area schools, including BB&N's production of OMG (Opposite Machine Gadget.
The Family Cooperative Director and former BB&N Lower School teacher Binal Patel looks back on the highly successful early childcare center making a huge difference in teachers' lives.
Sixth grade teacher Berhane Zerom and three BB&N students broadened their horizons this summer with a humanitarian trip to Rwanda that yielded life lessons they won't soon forget...
Sitting inside a metal cage dwarfed by the world's largest Van de Graaffgenerator, a device capable of creating an electric charge of 1.5-million volts, Middle School Director Mary Dolbear was understandably a tad anxious. But Middle School Science Teacher Kelley Schultheis had asked nicely...
October 14 marked the second annual BB&N Friday Knight Lights for an evening filled with high energy and community spirit—under the lights!