Brooks bestowed diplomas on 102 students Monday, following a weekend filled with sun, sweet memories and sentimental goodbyes.
In a new twist on the traditional event, Brooks’ annual music festival was held on a Saturday night for the first time this year.
Michael Keating ’58, P’97 was recognized with an alumni award on campus May 5.
The Brooks Arts Cabaret wove together theater and music, monologues and ensembles, bright jazz and sultry rock into one impressive performance to a standing-room-only crowd.
Boston Marathon bombing survivors Patrick Downes and Jessica Kensky spoke with students about their experiences navigating physical disabilities — and working with Kensky’s service dog, Rescue — during the couple’s April 25 visit to campus shortly after the 10th anniversary of the terrorist attack.
Jackie Kelleher ’12 shared her story and advice with students in a thoughtful Chapel talk during the school’s annual Kippy Liddle Day.
Boys and girls basketball advance to the NEPSAC semifinals tomorrow — after boys ice hockey finished a “terrific” season and squash made several upsets at High School Nationals.
The winter musical brings all that jazz to Great Pond Road!
Brooks’ weekend competing in the Boston Model UN conference was successful in more ways than one.
For every gift Brooks receives during our annual Giving Day the school will donate a supply to longtime partner Bellesini Academy!
Meet Brooks’ new head coach Ben Chase, hear his plans for the program — in this season and beyond.
Latino Rebels founder Julio Ricardo Varela spoke with students about finding your voice and the importance of representation.
Students can double up on intensive January classes this year, offering more flexibility in their activities.
What an amazing fall for athletics at Brooks: Boys soccer and football teams both won their league championships, and our cross-country standout captured two top titles!
The cast and crew of Brooks’ Firetrail Theatre company slayed in the fall play, a production of Arsenic and Old Lace on campus November 10-13. Even new Assistant Head of School Nina Hanlon got in on the act!
Four Brooks teams will battle for New England titles this week!
Alumni Zoomed with the class of 2023 to share their personal experiences in the college application process and offer reassurance during a special event on campus.
Lucia Han ’23 won big after she jetted to Geneva for an international robotics competition.
Twice a week, students and adults get randomly mixed up together for lunch and a chat as a way to strengthen the ties in Brooks' campus community.
Construction crews worked through the summer to create additional space in which our community members can gather and support each other.
Brooks School's Dean of Diversity, Equity & Inclusion Terri Ofori will be inducted into the Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Board of Preachers at Morehouse College.
Admission's Fall Visit Day + Alumni Homecoming + the Athletics Hall of Fame Induction made the first weekend in October one for the books.
Students went on a special opp — ortunity: Touring Marine Helicopter One, the aircraft responsible for the transportation of the President and Vice President of the United States.
Painter Julia S. Powell shared with students the story of her career 180, furthering discussion of the ideas in this year's All Community Read, The Midnight Library.
Ginger Walsh Cobb '83, Alex Skinner '08 and the 1982-1983 girls 1st lacrosse team will be inducted into Brooks' Athletics Hall of Fame at Homecoming on October 1.
As new students started classes today, a slew of teachers made their Brooks debut, too!
A weekend of orientations and events kicked off the 2022-2023 school year.
Get the background on and hear from the administrators starting at Brooks this fall.
With the exciting news that one of her artworks was recently selected for an international exhibition, Art Department Chair Babs Wheelden is living her motto.
About 400 Brooks alumni returned to campus in June for a huge alumni weekend — the school's first in-person reunion since 2019.
The class of 2022's graduation from Brooks was a sun- and fun-filled weekend.
When students report to campus this fall, they will be greeted by a new dean of diversity, equity and inclusion: Reverend Terri Ofori.
Coaches bestowed afternoon activities and athletics honors during our awards ceremony shortly before graduation.
Four students performed in the school's annual speaking prize contest but only one, Molet Otieno '23, was declared this year's winner.
Former ice hockey pro Cherie Hendrickson '04 shares what motivates her — to inspire current Brooks students.
For her theater independent, Delaney Eiland '22 produced, cast, starred in and directed the musical "The Mad Ones."
Whitaker 'Whit' Hagerman Willocks '05 returned to Brooks to speak with students about healthy relationships on behalf of the One Love Foundation, created in honor of her college lacrosse teammate who was murdered by an ex-boyfriend.
Standout participants in our athletic teams and the community service and drama groups were honored today. See photos and get the winners list!
The renowned activist visited Brooks and shared what she's learned so far during her remarkable life fighting for civil rights, gender equality and social justice.
Brooks School's Firetrail Theatre didn't just bring the rock musical to life, they connected it to real life and a bigger picture of health equity in the United States today.
Classes in art and in Spanish enjoyed meeting with Peruvian artist Paola Denegri, whose "Volaverunt" exhibit just opened in the Robert Lehman Art Center.
Students competing at the Boston Invitational Model UN competition enjoyed returning to the event in-person — and meeting up with a person from Brooks, alumnus Nashr El Auliya '20!
Alumni returned to campus to talk with students about professional skills and networking during an inspiring evening seminar.
In July, Nina Hanlon will join Brooks as assistant head of school. Learn all about her experience, expertise and why she's "so excited to be joining such a warm and welcoming community."
All of the Brooks School campus community celebrated Winter Term during our annual Symposium on Friday. Watch video highlights to enjoy the event from wherever you are, too!
Students in the "Environmental Artivism" Winter Term learned about the intersection of art and environmentalism, as well as printmaking, through visiting artist Pippin Frisbie-Calder.
Teachers take students off-campus, visiting museums, labs and landmarks, to bring them even deeper into their in-depth classes during this special term.
Oratory students gave their final project speeches in Chapel and received a lasting skill: the gift of public speaking.
Students in the Engineering: Product Design class made four original products that they hope will make life easier for classmates and campus visitors.
Brooks' annual rock band concert returned, featuring student-selected hits!