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Recent News

List of 20 news stories.

  • Beyond Words of Unrest: Let Us 'Dream in Our Waking'

    On behalf of the Brunswick School community, we stand unequivocally with those across our nation who rise in peaceful protest against the gross and dehumanizing injustices we’ve witnessed in the deaths of George Floyd and also others who have — for far too long and with insufficient recourse — similarly died or suffered.
  • Distinguished Seniors Earn Special Recognition

    Brunswick faculty recognized members of the Class of 2020 for achievements in academics, athletics, arts, and service to others in a unique, digital Senior Awards Ceremony on May 20.
  • Enrollment Open for Online Summer Learning

    Brunswick is pleased to offer summer enrichment classes to current or incoming Brunswick students this June.

    The offerings, some of which are filling fast, are entirely “distance-learning” in format and will be taught by current Brunswick teachers.
  • Alumnus on Pandemic’s Front Lines: Stay Apart, But Reach Out

    A Brunswick alumnus treating COVID-19 patients in New York City told Upper Schools students that by far the best way to help those on the front lines of the crisis is to just stay home.
  • May Begins #WickStrong!

    Alumni, parents, students, faculty — the entire ’Wick community  — came together in the only way possible right now, on the Internet, for an evening of music and comedy in celebration of the Brunswick spirit — past, present, and future.
  • With Regret, Brunswick Cancels 2020 Summer Offerings

    With the announcement from Governor Ned Lamont that all public schools will be closed for the duration of the year, Brunswick has made the difficult decision to cancel its summer offerings for 2020.
  • Middle Schoolers Tackle ‘Myths of Manhood'

    Brunswick 7th-graders kicked off their study of masculinity on April 21, and for the remainder of the year boys will take part in workshops on gender, bullying, social-emotional growth, and what it means to act like a man.
  • Upper Schooler Earns Racial Justice Scholarship

    Dante White ’20 was awarded one of two Racial Justice Scholarships by the Greenwich YWCA during its 2020 Stand Against Racism event, held April 23 online.
  • Author: Brave, Extraordinary Malala Also ‘Giggles’

    Patricia McCormick, co-author of I Am Malala: How One Girl Stood Up for Education and Changed the World, visited with Brunswick seventh-graders in a series of Zoom meetings on April 21.
  • Food Bank Reaches Greenwich First-Responder Milestone

    The Brunswick Food Bank delivered 46 bags of food to the six Greenwich firehouses on April 16, with more deliveries set for April 17 to Greenwich Hospital and to Greenwich police.

    Donations can be dropped off Monday through Friday, 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. at Pettengill Gymnasium, 116 Maple Avenue, Greenwich.
  • Remote Learning: ‘Here We Go!’

    Day #1 of remote learning is in the history books. Faculty, parents, staff, and students went all-in to make the day a huge success, with attendance schoolwide coming close to a record-breaking 100 percent.
  • From 'Wick's Faculty Family: Good Wishes, Heartfelt Hopes

    Here are a host of good wishes from our faculty and their families to yours.
  • Yale NH Hospital System Seeks Equipment Donations

    A Brunswick parent and Yale New Haven critical-care physician is appealing to the community for urgent donation of personal protective equipment. 
  • Brunswick Joins in Support of United Way Relief Fund

    Brunswick is joining in an essential community effort to make sure those most vulnerable in our Greenwich community receive the sustenance and care they need.
  • COVID-19 Update #11

    Please note the following IMPORTANT updates regarding Brunswick's response to the COVID-19 outbreak.
  • Upper Schoolers Earn Honors at State Science Fair

    A texting-and-driving safety device earned an US student a $30,000 scholarship to the University of Connecticut School of Engineering at the 72nd annual Connecticut Science & Engineering Fair.
  • Middle Schooler Advances to National Math Contest

    A Brunswick 8th grader is headed to the national MathCounts competition in Orlando, Fla., in May, after his historic finish at the Connecticut competition March 7. 
  • Five Upper Schoolers Inducted into Cum Laude Society

    Two members of the class of 2020 were inducted into the Cum Laude Society on Thursday, February 20, joining three others who were named previously.
  • Lower Schoolers Learn Writing from Author Who ‘Didn’t Quit’

    Dan Gutman, whose credits include the popular Baseball Card Adventures series and the My Weird School series, shared day-in-the-life details about being a “glamorous” author, lead spirited writing workshops, and tell a determined story about all the times he was rejected.
  • Squash Wins Fifth National Title

    At the 2020 HEAD U.S. High School Division I Team Championships on Sunday, Brunswick won its fifth national title in the last six seasons, besting third-seeded Episcopal Academy, 7-0.
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