One Love Foundation, a national nonprofit with a mission to educate young people about healthy and unhealthy relationships, brought its message to Upper Schoolers in a joint assembly with Greenwich Academy on Monday, April 26.
Cedric Jones, a one-time professional athlete who played nine seasons with the New England Patriots, has been named Brunswick's new director of schoolwide athletics, and will oversee all athletic programming from Pre-K through 12th grade.
Six Middle School students — Owen Day, Henry Graham, Michael Liguori, Shep McGovern, Will Newman, and Peter Saunders — have qualified for the Connecticut All-State Chorus, as selected after virtual auditions by the Connecticut Music Educators' Association (CMEA).
Upper School history teacher Steve Mandes has been named as one of only 120 teachers selected for a National History Day® (NHD) spring professional development program — focusing on using online Library of Congress resources to develop and support historical arguments.
Brunswick’s advanced debate team — including Tomas Jasson ’23, Magnus O'Reilly ’23, Josh Paul ’21, and Lucas Pombo ’22 — earned third place in the Debate Association of New England Independent Schools (DANEIS) virtual competition on Sunday, February 28.
Jerry Craft, the New York Times bestselling author-illustrator of the first-ever graphic novel to win the John Newberry Medal for outstanding contribution to children’s literature, visited with Middle Schoolers in a virtual assembly on Wednesday, February 10.
Brunswick senior Ali Hindy has been named a finalist in the 2021 Jefferson Scholars competition — a distinguished program designed to attract the most promising leaders, scholars, and citizens in the world to the University of Virginia.
Brunswick Middle Schoolers welcomed alumnus Daniel Taylor ’11 and psychologist, performer, and poet Dr. Michael Fowlin for a virtual assembly in celebration of Martin Luther King, Jr. on Wednesday, January 20.