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.
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.
The second floor Upper School art gallery has come to life this week in an altruistic art exhibit featuring student work from BB&N and several other ISL schools. The exhibit is the brainchild of BB&N senior Annabel Kiley who hopes to raise money through a silent auction to honor the memory of Marina Keegan ’08, whose life was tragically cut short in 2012.
BB&N theater students chose a tough act to follow when took the stage for their winter musical production of How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying; the original 1961 Broadway production garnered seven Tony awards and eventually prompted a 1995 reboot that enjoyed a long run, as well as a 50th anniversary run in 2011.
When Upper School French teachers Cécile Roucher-Greenberg and Candie Sanderson began outlining plans for the virtual galley of French artists that their AP class puts together each year, they were hoping to find a twist to enhance the project.
For those interested in discovering the inside scoop on the latest trends and topics in science and technology last month, there are several websites and magazines that Upper School science teacher Leah Cataldo might have suggested checking out. But more likely, Cataldo would have simply recommended a visit to the Upper School on the evening of January 22nd for the school's twelfth annual "Current Topics & Research in Science and Technology Symposium."
The Upper School community room recently housed a special BB&N TEDx Talk seminar featuring three seniors in science teacher Terry Cox's Marine Ecology class. Rose Lober '19, James Brunelli '19, and Leyla Ewlad '19 shared their findings on various research topics, tying each one to a specific United Nations sustainable development goal.