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List of 14 news stories.

  • Water Polo Puts Four on All-New England Team

    Four Brunswick water polo players — Will Marvin, Thacher Scannell, Charlie Pang, and Simon Derby — were recognized by the NEPSAC as All-New England honorees. 
  • Youth Motivational Speaker David Flood: 'Look on the Inside'

    David Flood, a youth motivational speaker who has visited with more than 150,000 students, spoke to an audience of Middle School students and faculty on Thursday, January 5.
  • ’Tis the Season of Giving: ’Wick Students Grant Holiday Wishes

    ’Wick students of all divisions have been busy with a host of community-service initiatives on and away from campus during the holiday season — taking time aside from their everyday individual and collective pursuits to think about others in need during this special time of year.
  • ‘Golden Ticket’ for Middle School Robotics Team

    A Brunswick robotics team is headed to the state championships after earning high marks at a weekend qualifying competition.
  • Abraham Lincoln: A President of Courage, Honor, Truth

    Brunswick welcomed Michael Burlingame — holder of the Chancellor Naomi B. Lynn Distinguished Chair in Lincoln Studies at the University of Illinois at Springfield and the May Buckley Sadowski Professor of History, Emeritus, at Connecticut College — to Baker Theater on Thursday, November 10.
  • MS Visiting Author: 'Write What You Want to Know'

    Gary Schmidt, a professor of English at Calvin College in Grand Rapids, Michigan, visited with Brunswick Middle School students in November to share stories, run writing workshops, and lead a parent-son book club session about his young adult, historical fiction novel The Wednesday Wars.
  • Pollster Frank Luntz Challenges Students in Spirited Session

    Frank Luntz, founder and chairman of Luntz Global: Expert Communication Strategists, visited the Upper School in October as part of the Class of 2005 Speaker Series — an endowed gift given by the parents of the Class of 2005 to bring honored and informative speakers to the Brunswick campus.
  • Homecoming 2016: A Make-Our-Own Sparkle Weekend!

    The Brunswick spirit was unmistakable as Homecoming 2016 warmed up a weekend full of friendship, family, and fun — even with some less-than-ideal conditions. 
  • U.S. Senate Candidate Dan Carter: 'Take the Shot'

    Upper School students welcomed U.S. Senate Candidate and State Rep. Dan Carter (R-Bethel) to Baker Theater for a Q&A on Thursday, October 6.
  • 'Trendsetter' E-magazines Earn Gold Crowns

    Two Brunswick literary and artistic e-magazines — The Orient Express and Babel — received gold medals and All-Columbian honors from the Columbia Scholastic Press Association (CSPA) in September.
  • Seniors Commended for Scholarly Achievement

    Thirteen Brunswick students have been named Commended Students in the 2017 National Merit Scholarship Program. Commended Students placed in the top five percent of more than 1.5 million students who entered the competition. 
  • Relive the "Above All Else" Capital Campaign

    At the Annual Dinner on September 15, the Brunswick community gathered to celebrate the successful culmination of the"Above All Else: Courage, Honor, Truth" Capital Campaign.
  • Annual Dinner 2016: 'Play the Ball Where It Lies'

    Brunswick School welcomed nearly 870 parents and faculty — a record turnout — to its Annual Dinner on Thursday, Sept. 15.
  • Three's Company: Seniors Earn National Merit

    Seniors Brendan Forst, Tate Huffman, and Andrew Rogozinski were announced on Wednesday, Sept. 14, as semifinalists in the 2017 National Merit Scholarship Program, joining 16,000 other students nationwide.
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