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School Contacts

Upper School
100 Maher Avenue

Middle School
1275 King Street
Lower School
1252 King Street
Pre School
1252 King Street

Main Phone: 203.625.5800  |  Business: 203.242.1220  |  Alumni: 203.242.1223

Recent News

List of 20 news stories.

  • Expert Offers Tools & Strategies for Getting ‘Unstuck’

    A New York Times best-selling author and professor of marketing and psychology spoke with parents and Upper School students around the topic of screen use and how to get “unstuck” from technology and in life more broadly.
  • Holocaust Survivor Recounts Young Family’s Life

    An 81-year-old survivor of the Holocaust spoke to Middle Schoolers in a Zoom conversation presented by the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum in Washington, D.C., on January 30.
  • Upper Schooler's Achievement 'Exceedingly Rare'

    Senior Andrew Tu was part of a four-person research team whose work was published in Discrete Math Letters — a peer-reviewed, international, and scholarly journal — on December 31.
  • Upper School Math Teacher Receives National Award

    Upper School math instructor Michael Allwood has been honored as a recipient of the 2024 Edyth May Sliffe Awards for Distinguished Mathematics Teaching in Middle School and High School — awarded by the Mathematical Association of America.
  • 'Wick Unites for All-School Holiday Celebration

    Brunswick boys of all ages commenced a well-deserved holiday break with a spirited and cheerful all-school rendition of “The Twelve Days of Christmas" at Burke Field House on Friday, December 15.
  • Four Perfect Scores Highlight Math Team's Win

    Brunswick earned first place in the third match of the Fairfield County Math League season on Wednesday, tallying 100 points (out of a possible 126). 
  • 'Wick Joins in Worldwide 'Hour of Code'

    Brunswick has brought the Hour of Code initiative to its campuses during Computer Science Education Week, enabling every student and faculty member to have the chance to engage with captivating coding activities from December 4-10.
  • Students Shine at Coding Competition

    Brunswick’s computer science team of Ajay Bagaria ’24, Jack Whitney-Epstein ’26, and Vikram Sarkar ’26 earned second place in the TigerHacks Coding Competition — an event hosted by Greenwich Country Day School on November 11. 
  • Eight Bruins Sign National Letters of Intent

    Eight Brunswick seniors — Ryan Ohl in water polo; Payton Anderson, Hudson Hausmann, Luke Hublitz, and Casey Quinson in lacrosse; Calder Glassman and Michael Yeager in baseball; and Will Harned in golf — signed National Letters of Intent (NLI) on Wednesday, November 8.
  • Expert Offers Tools & Strategies to Foster Resilience

    Kevin M. Simon, M.D., M.P.H, the first-ever Chief Behavioral Health Officer for the Boston Public Health Commission, visited Brunswick to speak with parents and Upper School students about resiliency, grit, and growth mindset on October 17.
  • Homecoming 2023: Huge Crowds, Fun & Friendship

    Crowds of Brunswick families joined with ’Wick alumni from across the country on Edwards Campus for an extra cheerful weekend of thrilling athletic contests, joyful connection, and heartfelt reunion.
  • Math Team Earns Decisive Victory in Opening Match

    Brunswick's Upper School math team participated in the first match of the Fairfield County Math League season last Wednesday and finished first in the competition with 110 points.
  • Upper Schooler Cited for Excellence in Art

    Senior Sebastian DeAngelis earned a perfect score on the AP 3-D Art and Design Exam in May 2023. 
  • Seniors Named Commended Students

    Thirteen Brunswick seniors have been named Commended Students in the 2024 National Merit Scholarship Program. 
  • Perfect Score Just One of 16 Worldwide

    Vikram Sarkar ’26 earned a perfect score of five on the May 2023 AP Calculus BC exam — and was one of only 16 students (amounting to just 0.01% of 2023 AP Calculus BC Exam takers) from around the world to earn every point possible on this challenging, college-level examination.
  • Annual Meeting & Dinner Draws Record Turnout

    The Brunswick community convened on Thursday, Sept. 14, for its Annual Meeting & Dinner — the traditional, opening-of-school gathering of parents and faculty held in Burke Field House during the first full week of the school year.
  • A Significant & Strategic Step Forward

    Brunswick has acquired 270 Lake Avenue — a wonderful and unique property in Central Greenwich. Encompassing nearly 17 acres, it is arguably one of the last available large plots of land in town. The property includes many historic, architecturally significant, and high-quality school buildings.
  • Eight Seniors 'Merit' National Recognition

    Eight Brunswick seniors were announced on Wednesday, Sept. 13, as semifinalists in the 69th annual National Merit Scholarship Program, joining 16,000 students nationwide.
  • First Day Ceremonies: Tradition & Togetherness

    After members of the Class of 2024 processed hand-in-hand with first graders into Dann Gymnasium on Edwards Campus — a longtime First Day tradition — Head of School Thomas W. Philip opened Brunswick’s 121st year by addressing the faculty and student body.
  • Four Honored for Inspirational Teaching

    Kristine Brennan, Drew Dawson, Steve Mandes, and Jenn Spaulding were honored with 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 — at opening faculty meetings on Wednesday, August 30.
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Brunswick School Greenwich, CT

  • Upper School
    100 Maher Avenue
    Office: 203.625.5856

    Lower School
    1252 King Street
    Office: 203.485.3670
  • Middle School
    1275 King Street
    Office: 203.242.1202

    Pre School
    1252 King Street
    Office: 203.485.3652

Main Phone: 203.625.5800
Business: 203.242.1220 
Alumni: 203.242.1223