Join us for Admission Open House 2019 on Saturday, October 26th!
Congratulations to Lower School Kindergarten teacher Ben Goldhaber who has been named as the next recipient of the Marian W. Vaillant Future Leader Instructorship.
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’s youngest learners were treated to one of humanity’s earliest forms of entertainment when professional storyteller Len Cabral visited BB&N last week. Renowned for his engaging style and ability to immerse listeners in a narrative, Cabral held students in rapt attention throughout his series of humorous fables, tales, and poems.
Donning their "CommunKnighty" T-shirts, Lower School students and faculty celebrated the start of the school year on Wednesday with an opening assembly that brought the entire campus together.
Excited chatter and energy abounded across of all BB&N's campuses as students and faculty kicked off the 2019-20 academic year.
Opening meeting, faculty orientations, athletics preseason, and Bivouac setup are all happening at BB&N this week.
Gathering together for their last day as sixth graders, the class of 2025 celebrated the end of their tenure at the Lower School at this year's closing ceremony.
Last week Lower School students, teachers, and parents gathered for Community Day on the Lower School campus. The day revolved around community service, with each grade focusing on a specific cause or organization.
The Lower School Gym came alive at the spring concerts this month featuring talented student musicians and singers.
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.
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.
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.