School News

Spider's Soliloquy

In a unique and striking semester-long project, an artist uses the Robert Lehman Art Center gallery space to create room for Brooksians to have meaningful discussions around mental distress and substance abuse.

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Kindness Rocks!

Students love the new initiative to spread positivity around campus with pretty painted stones.

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We Know What They Did This Summer

Brooks faculty was busy throughout June, July and August with an impressive lineup of professional development classes and workshops that'll help them be the best teachers they can be this fall.

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Meet the New Class

Three weeks into the school year, third-formers are settling in well and getting to know Brooks better every day. Get acquainted with them too!

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SFS Interns Are Loving The Lab and Surgery

The Class of 2018's Madison Dunn, Diane Lee and Isabella O'Shea share what it has been like to work at Massachusetts General Hospital this summer as part of Brooks' Students on the Forefront of Science program. (Spoiler: It's been incredible!)

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Construction Is Off to a "Fast" Start!

Campus has already begun to transform with demolition of the visual arts and Danforth buildings to make way for the new Center for the Arts. Assistant Project Manager Joe Napolitano '09 puts the plans into perspective.

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Photography Project Brings Community Together

Before she said goodbye at graduation, Hannah Latham '17 helped 100 students, faculty, and staff bond, by sharing new sides of themselves in a sweeping photo installation that stretched up and down Main Street for all to see.

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Groundbreaking Moment for Brooks

Four shovels broke ground in front of the campus' historic barn during Alumni Weekend, marking the end of the new Center for the Arts' planning phase and the beginning of its construction phase.

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Alums Reflect on "Cabaret" at Brooks

This winter, Brooks students staged a mesmerizing performance of "Cabaret." In addition to entertaining students, faculty and parents over a three-night run, this performance will be remembered as the last musical to grace the stage of the Auditorium. This summer, the old barn will be replaced by a new visual and performing arts center.

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