This fall students in Current Topics and Research in Science and Technology (Honors - Grade 12) joined international students to enroll in an online course through BB&N's membership with Global Online Academy (GOA).
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Dr. Leah Cataldo’s Current Topics in Research and Science class has been collaborating with a Round Square school in London exploring hunger, clean water, and sanitation as part of a unit on Sustainable Development Goals (SDG).
When Lower School music teacher Sara Zur began recording students’ songs with her iPad two years ago, she envisioned a fun project that would allow Lower Schoolers to listen to each other’s music. But what began as a little idea gained traction quickly...
Earlier this year, Chinese III Honors, Chinese V Honors, Chinese I, and Chinese II classes welcomed Jody Segar, director of the China Program of “Where There Be Dragons,” to speak with them about his experiences in China.
Two BB&N students (now young graduates) were crucial contributors to a worldwide study that was published in late November by Round Square....
How can seventh graders tell a scientific graph's story through art? At first glance, the task of combining two disparate subjects would seem challenging, but BB&N seventh grade students were more than up to the task.
More than 600 members of the BB&N community gathered at the Nicholas Athletic Center on November 16th for One School One World (OSOW), the School's celebration of multiculturalism and diversity.
In a massive community undertaking, BB&N welcomed student debaters and their coaches from around the world for the International Independent Schools Public Speaking Competition (IISPSC), held October 31 to November 3 on the Upper School campus.
On Friday, September 20th many BB&N students participated in the Global Climate Strike.
Two years ago, well into my career as a Middle School English teacher, I found myself asking why teaching literature to young adolescents was meaningful.