We can have no greater wish for Brunswick boys — that they will be healthy, well, and ready-to-learn throughout their time at our school.
To that end, Brunswick relies on a full-time health staff that includes six highly-trained professionals, including two nurses and four athletic trainers — with offices in all school buildings as well as in Burke Field House and the Sampson Athletic Center.
Staff act as a resource for health concerns, while providing support and comfort to students as needed. They respond to medical emergencies, administer first aid for injuries that occur at school, and provide treatment for acute illnesses.
Without a doubt, the pandemic has added urgency and responsibility to the day-to-day operations of Brunswick’s health offices. For more information on Brunswick’s response to COVID-19, please click here.
It should be noted, the Health Offices do not serve as a clinic where students can receive diagnoses of illnesses or injuries. In those instances, your child should see a physician.
If your child has any health problems that might affect his participation in school activities, please notify your campus Health Office:
In the afternoon, two Training Facilities are staffed by four athletic trainers; all work out of offices on the King Street campus. For more information, visit Athletic Training
Brunswick also uses an app, Magnus Health, to ensure that medical
information and emergency contacts are readily available in the event of off-campus travel to the Vermont Campus, away games, or other School events.
The Health Office is led by Marc Strileckis ATC/L CSCS, who in addition to serving as medical coordinator also serves as associate director of athletics and head athletic trainer.