Tackling the classic "who dunnit?" theme, this fall's Middle School play featured humor, plot twists, and audience participation. The play, Exit Stage Death, tells the story of a night at the theater gone dramatically wrong. When a murder occurs, the mystery of who did it takes center stage, with the culprit being determined by the audience itself.
After a pandemic-imposed hiatus last year, a jubilant Singers’ Cabaret returned to the Chorale Room for an evening of performances by nine Upper School students.
Featuring big crowds throughout the weekend, BB&N celebrated the Head of the Charles weekend in grand style this year. With impressive performances on the river for Sunday's race, a lovely alumni/ae gathering on Saturday evening, and beautiful weather for both days, everyone in attendance enjoyed the event.
Taking full advantage of the BB&N's Lower School location, Grade Four students recently embarked on a variety of walking field trips to explore the different natural and urban landscapes in the area.
The raucous cheers echoing around the Upper School Nicholas Athletic Center said it all; after a one-year hiatus due to COVID, the Knighting Ceremony was back!
Magical Faeries, Classic Greek Heroes, Lovers in conflict, a wandering band of actors, and a clown turned into a donkey, what more could you possibly need?
BB&N's Upper School campus came to life last weekend as the school hosted its annual Homecoming on a warm, sunny Saturday.
The 2021-22 school year is officially in session at BB&N!
Even as a sophomore, Hannah Curhan ’23 still benefited from the mentorship of her Middle School Drama Teacher, Ms. Crewdon. During the winter, Crewdon showed Curhan an email from the METG (Massachusetts Educational Theater Guild), calling for submissions to its first-ever monologue contest.
Every BB&N graduation is a celebratory event, but none was possibly more jubilant than the one held for the Class of 2021 on June 11 on Nichols Field at the Upper School campus. Only a few months ago it was unclear whether an in-person graduation was even feasible, but with many COVID restrictions for Massachusetts lifted, the graduation ceremony took place "in real life," as students often like to say. The temperate, sunny day could not have been more perfect, or appreciated, by those in attendance.
The Upper School community gathered on Tuesday, June 8 to celebrate the Closing Ceremony, which marks the end of the school year and honors the accomplishments of many talented students. Along with the award presentations were musical performances by the Upper School Jazz Ensemble and Orchestra, as well as farewells to the Class of 2021 by student speakers from each class.
Focusing on “their spark,” or what interests them, the recent fourth grade collaboration focused on how kids can help achieve the UN sustainability goals in their own communities and lives.
This school year the key to life at BB&N has been flexibility in routines, traditions, and schedules. Such flexibility was front and center in the two days that Project Adventure recently facilitated team-building activities with the Class of 2024 at the Upper School that typically took place during Bivouac.
It was shark week at BB&N for seniors in Terry Cox's Marine Geology Cass before March Break. All semester, students have been learning about the history of the ocean floor and different marine species. So far they had dissected clams and squid. Then came the dogfish shark.