Max Flanagan, a senior at BB&N, is currently in his Senior Spring Project (SSP).
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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.
A rabbi, a reverend, and an Islamic educator walk into room...it may sound like a bad joke, but when those exact circumstance came to pass in the Middle School Big Room this February, the punchline was an enlightening exploration of faith.
As part of a year-long study of energy and the environment, BB&N fourth graders recently hosted an Energy Open House, showcasing their work this semester on renewable energy.
The Maker Space is one of the Technology Department's latest initiatives, and it fits into the larger context of the philosophy of technology in the classroom at the Middle School.
This year's Middle School Girls Math Collaborative was an afternoon of problem-solving, teamwork, and lots of fun!
Four birds of prey –a Barn Owl, Great Horned Owl, Red Tailed Hawk, and a Turkey Vulture –visited the Middle School this week during Community Time.
Last weekend's Family Science Saturday event offered Lower School students a chance to settle one science's most ferocious rivalries, gravity versus the chicken egg. Students were tasked to build a device that would protect a raw chicken egg when dropped from the second story of the Upper School's Renaissance Hall, the goal being to build the lightest, successful contraption.