Despite COVID-19 and classes moving online, the Class of 2020 still completed the longstanding BB&N tradition of making Senior Tiles. Since the 1950s, students (then at Browne and Nichols, now at BB&N) have finished their 12th grade year by painting square ceramic tiles.
The COVID-19 global pandemic has changed the way we interact with each other.
How can the BB&N community support you? How can you support others? How can we be united at this time?
Let's show kindness and help each other.
Please click here to read the June 5, 2020 letter to the Alumni/ae Community from Dr. Jennifer Price, Head of School; Leila Bailey-Stewart, Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and Global Education Officer; Adam Zalisk ’03, Chair, Alumni/ae Council; and Milyna Phillips ’99, Founder, Alumni/ae of Color Affinity Group; Chair, Inclusion Committee.
We are pleased to introduce a benefit that allows you to write a will for free.
Thanks to our partnership with FreeWill, you can create a legally valid will in 20 minutes or less, then print out the document and have it witnessed.
The document can save you time and money if you prefer to finalize your will with your attorney.
Faced with the task of converting BB&N’s summer camp to an online format, Co-Directors of BB&N Extended Services Emma O’Loughlin and Janine Cozier knew they had to create a virtual experience that really engaged kids.
Ever since I was young, I have loved learning about the world around me. Starting with simple lava lamp experiments to eventually studying the science behind our brain processes, my passion for areas of STEM has grown with time. However, having grown up in a less privileged country, the opportunities that allowed youth to explore their passions faded behind the many issues my nation was facing.
Placing a capstone on her stellar BB&N career, recent graduate Molly Griffin '20 was awarded a John Carlton Memorial Trophy from the Boston Bruins' organization this June.