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.
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Middle Schoolers held on to summer for a little while longer at last week's Ice Cream Social.
Junior Guides (JGs) are an integral part of the Bivouac experience at BB&N.
BB&N’s youngest learners were treated to one of humanity’s earliest forms of entertainment when professional storyteller Len Cabral visited BB&N last week. Renowned for his engaging style and ability to immerse listeners in a narrative, Cabral held students in rapt attention throughout his series of humorous fables, tales, and poems.
Cheers filled the Middle School hallways as the seventh grade class and four eighth grade banner recipients were welcomed up the stairs to the big room for this year's Motto Assembly on Wednesday, September 4th.
Donning their "CommunKnighty" T-shirts, Lower School students and faculty celebrated the start of the school year on Wednesday with an opening assembly that brought the entire campus together.
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.
On Wednesday, June 26, Head of School Dr. Jennifer Price delivered the keynote address to an auditorium full of educational leaders at the Creative Leadership Summit at the Boston Sheraton.
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.
Under a sunny and beautiful sky in the side yard of the Middle School Campus, 91 eighth graders celebrated the end of the year at the BB&N Middle School Closing Ceremony on June 5th.
Gathering together for their last day as sixth graders, the class of 2025 celebrated the end of their tenure at the Lower School at this year's closing ceremony.
Last week Lower School students, teachers, and parents gathered for Community Day on the Lower School campus. The day revolved around community service, with each grade focusing on a specific cause or organization.
Spring was officially in the air at 80 Sparks Street as parents and faculty gathered in the Big Room for the annual Middle School Spring Concert.