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BB&N’s fields and courts came alive last weekend during the School’s Homecoming and Family Fall Festival. Members from all strata of the BB&N community joined in the festivities which included games, food trucks, bouncy houses, and so much more.
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Although BB&N's ninth graders entered last Friday's weekly X-block assembly as mere freshmen, they left as royalty. In what has become a BB&N tradition, student council co-presidents Alexandra Roloff '19 and Aurash Vatan '19 recently welcomed freshmen to the community in a "knighting" ceremony.
Nothing brings a class together like an outdoor adventure, and for the 66th year now, BB&N's Bivouac program is doing just that. Despite being outside of their comfort zone and enduring a lack of smartphones (gasp!), the resilient members of The Class of 2022 have tackled Bivouac head-on.
Middle School students assembled in the Big Room this Wednesday were treated to more than just songs when musician Casey McQuillen stopped by BB&N on her “You Matter’ tour. While she did perform several tunes, the focus of McQuillen’s visit held much higher aspirations than simply entertaining people with her guitar and voice.
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.
Both the Middle and Lower Schools marked the start of their years with some festivities to mark the first week of school.
On September 5th, Urban Improv, an arm of the organization Rehearsal for Life, spent the afternoon role playing with sixth grade students about issues that impact kids. Delving into topics such as responsibility, school/life balance, prioritizing, and others, the troupe used comedy and improv acting to help students explore common issues within their age group.
Renewing old friendships, creating new ones, and jittering with excitement, BB&N students and faculty kicked off the 2018-19 school year this week.
Keeping an historic tradition alive, BB&N ninth graders boarded buses this morning for the school's 66th annual Bivouac. The 12-day wilderness immersion helps the freshmen to form bonds and glean lifelong lessons from "nature's classroom" in the New Hampshire woods.
BB&N's newest faculty are off to a great start at the School across all three campuses.
When imagining a school in the summer, the picture is usually a languid one—empty classrooms and quiet hallways. A visit to BB&N's Upper School this summer turns that notion on its head. The reason? BB&N summer camp.
Seamus Doyle '21 knows what it's like to command attention....