Join us for Admission Open House 2019 on Saturday, October 26th!
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.
Nothing brings a class together like an outdoor adventure, and for the 67th year now, BB&N’s Bivouac program achieved just that. Despite being outside of their comfort zones and enduring a lack of smartphones (gasp!), the resilient members of The Class of 2023 tackled Bivouac head-on, returning to campus with a bevy of memories that will last a lifetime.
This summer, Upper School English Department Chair Sharon Krauss traveled to Somerset, England to co-teach a creative writing workshop to students at the Latymer School with British novelist Tim Clare. Facilitated by Round Square, the trip proved fruitful in many regards: growing BB&N global initiatives, expanding faculty professional development, and providing Krauss with an experience she won't soon forget.
Four BB&N seniors have received top honors in the annual Junior Profile Contest, the final event in the cornerstone English project for all eleventh graders. Deliberating over the summer, a panel of judges—writers and editors outside of BB&N—has awarded first prize to Sylvia Murphy '19, second prize to Eve Fantozzi '19, and third prize (tie) to Theo Dadagian '19 and Julian Li '19.
Junior Guides (JGs) are an integral part of the Bivouac experience at BB&N.
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.
Joining the proud ranks of so many BB&N alumni/ae before them, the Class of 2019 saw the culmination of years of hard work rewarded at Graduation this June 7th.
The Upper School community gathered on Thursday, June 6 to celebrate the Closing Ceremony, which marks the end of the school year and honors the accomplishments of many talented students.
Upper School students strutted their stuff this spring when they took to the stage to perform The Boy at the Edge of Everything, by Finegan Kruckemeyer.
Showcasing the talents of the numerous musical groups at the Upper School, this year's spring concert included performances by the BB&N Orchestra, The Chorale, Voices of the Knight, and Knightingales.