Each summer, parents are required to fill out the following important school forms. Parents are asked to update all of their information online, rather than having to enter it repeatedly on paper forms. Our forms include:
Family Information Form
Health History Form
Pre-Participation Form and Concussion Training Course (Grades 6-12 Only)
Laptop Computing Info (Grades 6-12 Only)
COPPA Release Form (Grades 3-7 Only)
The first three forms are required by the School in order for students to participate in any BB&N activity at the start of the coming school year.
Online forms are accessed logging into bbns.org and clicking the link in the middle of the page for “School Forms.”
Important note about health records:
Although the BB&N health history form is filled out online by parents, we still must receive the following two physician forms on paper for each student:
Verification of an annual physical exam
Up-to-date immunization record
BB&N does not have a physical exam or immunization form for your child’s physician to fill out. We accept their office print-out.
To facilitate the process of receiving these necessary records, please be sure to contact your child's primary care provider as soon as possible and request an appointment for their annual physical examination well in advance of the child's one-year anniversary date.
Student physical exams are valid for one year from the date of the previous exam. It is required that an updated physical exam form be submitted at the time of the annual exam in order for the student to continue participation in BB&N activities.
Even as a sophomore, Hannah Curhan ’23 still benefited from the mentorship of her Middle School Drama Teacher, Ms. Crewdon. During the winter, Crewdon showed Curhan an email from the METG (Massachusetts Educational Theater Guild), calling for submissions to its first-ever monologue contest.
Every BB&N graduation is a celebratory event, but none was possibly more jubilant than the one held for the Class of 2021 on June 11 on Nichols Field at the Upper School campus. Only a few months ago it was unclear whether an in-person graduation was even feasible, but with many COVID restrictions for Massachusetts lifted, the graduation ceremony took place "in real life," as students often like to say. The temperate, sunny day could not have been more perfect, or appreciated, by those in attendance.