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News

List of 14 news stories.

  • '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.
     
  • New Brunswick Boathouse Reflects 'Beauty of the Sport'

    At a dedication ceremony on September 10, Headmaster Thomas W. Philip paid tribute to all who had a role in making the new Brunswick Boathouse a reality, noting how strongly competitive rowing reflects the School's philosophy.
  • First Day: 'Everything Is About Community'

    Students and faculty gathered for Opening Ceremonies in Dann Gymnasium on Tuesday, September 6, to begin Brunswick School's 114th year.
  • 'A' Is for Appleseed: Faculty Cited at Opening Meetings

    Pat Meloni, Tim Ostrye, Jim Stephens, and Jaime Gonzalez-Ocaña are the inaugural winners of the Appleseed Awards, given in recognition of faculty members who have shown exceptional dedication to inspiring and encouraging Brunswick boys in their academic, athletic, and extracurricular pursuits.
  • Award Winners Saluted as Summer Beckons

    Middle and Upper School students and faculty gathered at Closing Exercises on Tuesday, June 7, to recognize superior achievements in scholarship, character, athletics, and community service.
  • Callaghan '16 Named National Merit Scholarship Winner

    Brunswick graduate Ryan Callaghan was among the approximately 3,000 students announced this week as 2016 National Merit Scholarship recipients.
  • Faculty Honored for ‘Going the Extra Mile’

    The “Going the Extra Mile” in Excellence in Teaching Awards, in their inaugural year, have been presented to Jean Dobbs, Anthony Fischetti, and Dana Montanez.
  • A Standing Ovation for 'Wick's 91 Newest Alumni

    Before a standing-room-only gathering of parents, family, faculty, and friends at Dann Gymnasium, Brunswick School honored the Class of 2016 at its 114th Commencement Exercises on May 18.
  • Special Recognition for Distinguished Seniors

    On Monday, May 16 — at a ceremony held in Dann Gymnasium in front of faculty, family, and friends — a host of Brunswick seniors were honored with distinguished awards.
  • Lifetime of Leadership: Stephens Honored by GLF

    Longtime Brunswick teacher and coach Jim Stephens was honored by the Greenwich Leadership Forum as the recipient of the Lifetime Leadership Award at its Annual Dinner on Tuesday, May 3.
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