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.
Emily Brower '18 is a lifer at BB&N who is enjoying her Senior Spring Project (SSP). So far in her project, she has appreciated gaining experience in activities that are so different than normal school.
Competing among the English-speaking world's best high school debaters, Adam Levin '18 and Aurash Vatan '19 notched spectacular results at the World Individual Debating and Public Speaking Championships, held April 9–15 at Bishops Diocesan College in Cape Town, South Africa.
A dozen talented sophomores squared off in the annual All Star Debate in the Upper School Theater on April 19th.
Max Flanagan, a senior at BB&N, is currently in his Senior Spring Project (SSP).
On Saturday, April 7, the BB&N Global Education Program hosted the Primary Source conference "Teaching Social Justice in the World Language Classroom," welcoming more than eighty educators from metro-area public and independent schools to the Upper School campus.
Overcoming a 38-degree game-time temperature, both the Red Sox and the BB&N Chorale warmed up and delivered rousing performances to the delight of bundled fans at Fenway Park on April 8.
Educator and environmental/social activist Nikki Jones visited BB&N this week as part of the Global Speakers Series, where she presented to fourth graders and Upper School science students about the global water crisis.
In an inspiring display of both his musical talents and his humanitarian disposition, Avik Sarkar '19 organized a benefit concert to raise funds for Boston-area refugees.
BB&N Upper School artists have decked the walls of Renaissance Hall with their recent creations in two separate exhibits.