About 40 alumni, in four cities, volunteered this weekend, giving back to their local communities.
Students not only learned their lines for our new production, Xanadu, they learned to roller skate!
Brooks beat The Governor's Academy (again) in our annual fundraising contest thanks to our generous alumni – lead by fierce competition between the classes of 1975 and 2010.
Five students seized the opportunity to view surgeries at Massachusetts General Hospital and compare their classroom studies to real life.
On Friday, 17 Brooks' delegates will join 1,500 other high school students at the annual conference to debate global issues.
Boys and girls 1st squash teams headed to Philadelphia for the 2018 US High School Team Squash Championships.
Riley Baker '18 and Emma Dawson '18 lead off our annual oratory series with inspiring addresses.
On February 11, Brooks coaches and athletes will host an event on campus teaching local youth how to row crew and play squash.
The start of second semester marks the countdown to study abroad for students bound for Botswana, Hungary, Morocco, Scotland and Spain.
In recognition of Martin Luther King, Jr. Day, educator Kip Bordelon addressed Dr. King's legacy and work on economic justice during a speech in Chapel to the entire school community.
Students learned the value of teamwork during a Winter Term field trip to adventure-gaming facility Boda Borg, outside of Boston
While students settle in to their intensive course for the next three weeks, Brooks teachers are preparing to show off all that their students learn in our annual Winter Term Symposium.
Ten fresh offerings for our intensive January program have teachers and students alike looking forward to returning to class.
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.
The boys 1st soccer team capped off an undefeated season with a thrilling, come-from-behind victory over top-seeded South Kent to win a New England Championship.
Brooks football capped anther solid season with a hard-fought victory over a strong New Hampton team to win the Ken O'Keefe Bowl.
The new Center for the Arts is quickly coming into form, and several alumni have key roles in its construction.
Students love the new initiative to spread positivity around campus with pretty painted stones.
Clare Naughton '18 shares how she was "ecstatic" to be invited to participate in U.S. Rowing's brand-new event – and even more thrilled to place in its finals.
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.
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!
Brooksians are using — and loving — the newly renovated space so much more than the old one.
Brooks' first break from schoolwork was A+ fun with a campus feast, enormous inflatable games, a dunk tank and field day.
Expanded, enhanced and oh so inviting: Brooks' newly revamped gathering place promises to be a go-to spot on campus.
Students and parents joining our community for the first time began bonding with fellow Brooksians at a local reception one week before the start of school.
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!)
They don't have to be at school this summer, but four Brooksians want to be — as camp counselors!
Brooks students aren't just fighting "summer slump" with vacation work, they're picking topics they enjoy exploring — and helping teachers help them learn better, faster.
Brooks' third-annual required summer reading for students and faculty promises to spark challenging conversations throughout the upcoming school year.
In one of their final activities before graduating, sixth-formers spent a morning volunteering – and leaving a lasting legacy of goodwill.
Dean of College Counseling Andy Campbell talks trends and shares the recent graduates' accomplishments in securing great choices for the next step in their education.
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.
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.
The Brooks community gathered to honor the sixth-form with prizes, stories and celebrations.
Athletes were honored before the student body in a chapel ceremony highlighting their accomplishments this season.
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.
Brooks School recognized four dedicated alums for their service and achievements during Alumni Weekend on campus.
Friends said, "Hi!" to the Class of 2016 yesterday with letters for unique program.
Brooksians have been volunteering at the Boys & Girls Club of Lawrence for the past 30 years.
Kaylan Tildsley Alderson '03 shared how athletics made an "incredible impact" on her life during our annual Kippy Liddle Day chapel service.
Brooks celebrated 22 students recognized for their scholastic achievement.
Nearly 28 years after she graduated, the painter is back at Brooks working with student artists just like the one she used to be.
Six professionals offered Brooksians their experience and advice at our NYC networking night
Boys basketball wins second consecutive New England Tournament.
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.
Hannah Latham '17 competed with 500 teens to win a "Gold" Boston Globe Scholastic Art and Writing prize.
Congratulations athletes! Students were recognized for their achievements in afternoon activities
Ca-ching! Brooks' financial whizzes are increasing their $10,000 seed money -- and membership ranks.
Everyone won on Sunday when Brooks basketball welcomed visiting teams.
The second-annual Giving Day challenge was a success thanks to our devoted community