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Girls Varsity Hockey Team Plays at Fenway Park

It was the opportunity of a lifetime for this year's BB&N girls' varsity hockey team—gliding along a rink mid-field beneath the quintessence of New England sports iconography, the "Green Monster"—and it didn't disappoint...

Middle and Lower School Concerts Celebrate End of the Year

BB&N Lower and Middle Schoolers captivated parents and faculty with a series of winter concerts this week, performing a variety of songs, orchestral pieces, and jazz tunes. The impressive display of talent served as the perfect adieu to the 2016 school year...

Award Winning Author Visits Middle School

When Middle School Librarian Beth Brooks first saw noted author Andrea Pinkney Davis speak, she knew she had to try to bring her to BB&N to talk to students. Checking in from the Middle School, Brooks provides the below account of a very special visit for students and faculty alike...

BB&N "Family Knight" Proves Electric at Museum of Science

Sitting inside a metal cage dwarfed by the world's largest Van de Graaffgenerator, a device capable of creating an electric charge of 1.5-million volts, Middle School Director Mary Dolbear was understandably a tad anxious. But Middle School Science Teacher Kelley Schultheis had asked nicely...

Lower School Celebrates Grandfriends and Thanksgiving

BB&N Lower School students recently put their talents on display in a Thanksgiving assembly extraordinaire; an assembly that took on special meaning as it was attended by more than 150 grandfriends who had spent the morning visiting class rooms with their grandchildren...

BB&N Debaters Enjoy Successful Weekend

On Sunday, November 13, eight members of the BB&N Debate Team represented the school at a prepared cross-examination style debate held at St. Paul's School.

Atomic Structure Lab Unit Lights a Fire Under 8th Grade Chemistry Students

As the 8th grade studies chemistry, each unit connects to some real world application. Atomic structure leads to fireworks, outer space, forensics, poisons, food science, and global warming. "The hope," Schultheis says, "is that by connecting to the real world, our course will ignite in our students the lifelong pursuit of science."

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