Placing a capstone on her stellar BB&N career, recent graduate Molly Griffin '20 was awarded a John Carlton Memorial Trophy from the Boston Bruins' organization this June.
The voice of Upper School Director, Geoff Theobald, rang out at 80 Gerry's Landing, announcing each student's name as the Class of 2020 graduated in what everyone present agreed was the most memorable celebration in the School's history. If you closed your eyes and only listened to Theobald, you might have for a moment thought you were in the NAC, as in previous years.
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.
Trading a podium microphone for a Zoom-box unmute icon, 10 sophomore debaters created a compelling online event open to the BB&N community despite the physical distance imposed upon all by the COVID-19 pandemic.
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"Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious" was really the only word to describe the recent Upper School musical production of Mary Poppins. Based on the P. L. Travers' books, the classic tale of a magical nanny who changes the lives of a dysfunctional family came to life in The Lindberg – Serries Theater this March.
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.
Twenty-two students participated in BB&N's 7th Annual Integration Bee on Monday afternoon. It took two hours of intense—and fun—competition to crown the 2020 BB&N Grand Integrator.
Over the weekend, the BB&N robotics team traveled to the University of New Haven to compete in the annual Vex Robotics Competition.
On Friday, February 7th, the boys and girls varsity hockey teams hosted their annual "Pink the Rink" event at the Nicholas Athletic Center. The event featured both teams playing back-to-back games, baked goods, and apparel on sale, and a large raffle. The event this year raised $2,660 for Breast Cancer Awareness and saw both hockey teams play hard for the cause.
This fall students in Current Topics and Research in Science and Technology (Honors - Grade 12) joined international students to enroll in an online course through BB&N's membership with Global Online Academy (GOA).
Dr. Leah Cataldo’s Current Topics in Research and Science class has been collaborating with a Round Square school in London exploring hunger, clean water, and sanitation as part of a unit on Sustainable Development Goals (SDG).
Golden Retrievers are generally known as a friendly breed. Beagles are often said to like to roam. Boxers are known for their loyalty. Are dogs' personalities predicted by their genes? How much is nature and how much is nurture? This was just one of the questions that Fiona Higgins '20 explored in her project for Ms. Cataldo's Current Topics and Research in Science and Technology class (CTR).
On January 2nd, Mia Biotti stepped into the Vlado Dzurilla Ice Rink to represent the United States of America in the U18 Women's World Championship game.