BB&N has launched an Online Learning Hub for families to have a "one-stop-shopping" source of the latest information and resources related to our school's online learning program across all three campuses.
Latest News from BB&N
"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.
BB&N third graders were thrilled to welcome ophthalmologist and retina specialist Fina Barouch to their classrooms this week as part of their study of eyes and vision.
Donning colorful costumes, and against a backdrop of beautiful scenery (fabricated in part by their own hands!), BB&N fifth graders thrilled audiences with a spring production of Humpty Dumpty is Missing!
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.
BB&N students were in some esteemed company this weekend when their work was exhibited in the Boston Museum of Fine Arts. Sharing the same roof with artwork from legends such as Paul Cezanne, El Greco, Paul Gauguin, and Rembrandt, students from all three campuses participated in an exciting collaboration with the MFA.
Over the weekend, the BB&N robotics team traveled to the University of New Haven to compete in the annual Vex Robotics Competition.
Lower School students were thrilled this week when brothers Devin and Jason McCourty stopped by BB&N for a surprise visit. As polished as their Super Bowl rings from last year, the twin defensive backs for the New England Patriots brought humor and sound advice to an assembly that held students in rapt attention.
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).
When Middle School librarian Christina Dominique-Pierre pitched the idea of hosting a "Media Lunch" once a week in the Middle School learning commons, she wasn't certain how students would respond, but she was hopeful.
Lower School families and their children gathered at BB&N this weekend for another Family Science Saturday. For 19 years now, the program has been allowing students to explore different aspects of science with their families under the expert tutelage of faculty who are passionate about making science accessible and fun.
Middle School theater students dialed up their usual magic in the school's annual winter musical last week. Tackling a broadway favorite, The Music Man, students, tech crews, and director Christa Crewdson brought the classic tale to life through delightful acting and song.