Brunswick School joined together on Thursday, Sept. 17, for a first-of-its-kind, virtual Annual Meeting that featured heaps of gratitude for all the work that has been done by so many to open school this fall, as well as thoughtful reflections on one of the most enduring tenants of a Brunswick education: courage.
Bright blue sky and hot summer sunshine set the stage for a unique and wonderful reunion of sorts as Brunswick graduated 102 members of the Class of 2020 at its 118th Commencement exercises on Saturday, July 25.
As promised in an earlier communication, the Administration and Board of Trustees have had many substantive discussions and have met (either virtually or in person) with students, faculty, alumni, and parents.
The resulting report — with specific action steps — is available for your review.
We wanted to publicly acknowledge that we are recently in receipt of two well-crafted and thoughtful letters — one from black alumni/alumnae from both Brunswick School and Greenwich Academy and another from alumni/alumnae of color and white students from both schools.
’Wick alumnus Aaron Sabato — a member of the Class of 2018 and a rising junior at the University of North Carolina — was selected by the Minnesota Twins with the 27th pick in the first round of the Major League Baseball Draft on Wednesday, June 11.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Tish Rabe, author of Cat in the Hat’s Learning Library books, captivated her Pre School audience with stories about how she got to be an author who writes children’s science books in the style of Dr. Seuss.
Upper Schoolers gathered in Baker Theater Jan. 23 to celebrate the life of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., in one of the most fitting ways imaginable — through thoughtful community discussion, led by students.
Middle School students paused to honor and reflect on the life of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., as the Diversity-in-Action Club (DIA) and student council led presentations and breakout groups to celebrate Dr. King’s legacy and to facilitate further discussion about inclusion at Brunswick and beyond.
Brunswick collected 356 team points to win the 45th Brunswick Invitational Tournament (BIT) on Saturday. The Bruins, winners of last year’s BIT, won their own tournament for the 20th time dating back to 1976.