Over the last 8 weeks, the talented and dedicated students of BB&N continued to create work to be enjoyed by the whole community.
When Saffron Patel '22 felt the pangs of her distant grandparents' loneliness in the early weeks of the COVID-19 pandemic, she resolved to do something about it—not just for her relatives, but for other seniors who also might be missing contact with their families and friends.
Necessity is the mother of invention, so the age-old adage goes, and the BB&N community's transition to remote learning has proven this in spades.
On and Off Campus, BB&N Alumni/ae Office's weekly blog, features contributions by members of the BB&N community, including the student writing panel, current and past faculty, and alumni/ae. Check out some of the latest posts.
BB&N has launched an Online Learning Hub for families to have a "one-stop-shopping" source of the latest information and resources related to our school's online learning program across all three campuses.
In a "practically perfect" start to the school day, the Upper School cast of Mary Poppins surprised Lower School students with performances at both the Buckingham gate and the Morse Building music room during drop-off on Wednesday morning.
BB&N students were in some esteemed company this weekend when their work was exhibited in the Boston Museum of Fine Arts. Sharing the same roof with artwork from legends such as Paul Cezanne, El Greco, Paul Gauguin, and Rembrandt, students from all three campuses participated in an exciting collaboration with the MFA.
The BB&N community recently came together to celebrate the legacy of Martin Luther King Jr. with the school's annual MLK Luncheon. Now in its 36th year, the event allows for reflection on the impact of Dr. King's legacy through speakers, musical performances, and thoughtful discussion.
Nearly 125 adoring fans of drama teachers Mark Lindberg and George Serries gathered at the Upper School Theater on Monday, December 9, to celebrate the naming of The Lindberg – Serries Theater, honoring a 55-year legacy of theater excellence at Browne & Nichols and BB&N.
More than 600 members of the BB&N community gathered at the Nicholas Athletic Center on November 16th for One School One World (OSOW), the School's celebration of multiculturalism and diversity.