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6th graders captivated the audience in their performance of Madagascar Jr. The musical, based off of the DreamWorks hit film Madagascar, follows the story of a group of animals who escape the zoo in search of a new and different life.
Hosting its annual "Science Knight," the Middle School transformed into a chemistry symposium for one evening this spring. Parents, faculty, and students buzzed excitedly between eighth-graders' booths which featured experiments and posters detailing diligently-researched information on a variety of subjects.
Lower Schoolers recently joined their Upper School peers at BB&N's annual Eco Bash, a day devoted to learning about sustainability, climate change, and green initiatives.
In celebration of National Poetry Month in April, 19 middle school students and 5 faculty members shared a mix of poetry, music, and spoken word at this week’s Favorite Poetry Assembly.
For one morning last week, Upper School student and faculty attention shifted from classroom learning to a different kind of learning, environmental education. The annual Eco Bash devoted a morning to raising awareness for sustainability, climate change, and green initiatives.
On Saturday, April 6, nine BB&N Middle School students travelled to Austin Prep School in Reading to participate in the Regional Finals of the National History Bee. Three grueling rounds later, six students had qualified for the National Finals in Chicago.
Standing in front of the Poetry Cafe lights, BB&N fifth graders recited their carefully constructed poems at this week’s Poetry Cafe Open Mic.
A year-long exploration of nature, the environment, and energy burst to fruition before spring break when fourth graders hosted a renewable energy open house.
The second floor Upper School art gallery has come to life this week in an altruistic art exhibit featuring student work from BB&N and several other ISL schools. The exhibit is the brainchild of BB&N senior Annabel Kiley who hopes to raise money through a silent auction to honor the memory of Marina Keegan ’08, whose life was tragically cut short in 2012.