BB&N’s Class of 2018 welcomed this year’s graduation with smiles as bright as the sun streaming through the windows of the Nicholas Athletic Center.
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The BB&N Middle School Closing Ceremony, held on June 6th at the Nicholas Athletic Center, marked an important milestone for the 90 eighth graders making the transition to high school.
Gathering together for their last day as sixth graders, the class of 2024 celebrated the end of their tenure at the Lower School at this year’s closing ceremony.
This year’s Upper School spring play tackled Simon Stephen’s stage adaptation of Mark Haddon’s best-selling book, The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time.
Bella has been woodworking since she was four years old, and since she was eight years old she has wanted to build a boat, so she decided to build a canoe.
Despite a hot and humid day that seemed to favor their energetic and nascent opponents, the Lower School faculty pulled out a narrow victory against the sixth grade in the School's annual kickball game. A staple of spring for more than 25 years on the Lower School campus, the annual event pits teachers against students in a hilarious, fun, and cutthroat game of kickball.
Audience members at the Middle School spring musical this year were transported to 19th century London for a deviant, musical romp into the world of Sweeney Todd. The Tony-winning production was brought to life in the Big Room through wonderful student acting and music.
On Friday April 13, eleven BB&N Middle School students travelled to Malden Catholic High School to participate in the Regional Finals of the National History Bee. Eleven students who took the Online Qualifying Test placed into the Regional Finals, an event which drew dozens of finalists from the six New England States.
Spring was officially in the air at 80 Sparks Street as parents and faculty gathered in the Big Room for the annual Middle School Spring Concert last week.
The Lower School welcomed spring with a series of concerts this month, featuring student musicians, singers, and dancers.
Hundreds of well-wishers across all strata of the BB&N community joined together on Friday, May 11 to celebrate and thank Head of School Rebecca T. Upham for 17 years of outstanding leadership.
Katie McKinley '18 is enjoying her final two weeks of Senior Spring Project. Her project has been a mix of ceramics, painting, Spanish dance, chorale, nutrition, a medical solving Global Online Academy course, coaching middle school crew, and rowing on Varsity Crew.
Showcasing the talents of the numerous musical groups at the Upper School, the spring concert included performances by the orchestra, chorale, Voices of the Knight, and Knightingales.