Students share their hopes and plans for the new year as we look back on the first week of classes.
College counseling program offering video chats with alums helped students make decisions about where to continue their education after Brooks.
Brooks bids farewell to three beloved buildings and looks forward to a fresh facility that will provide opportunities for admission and everyone on campus.
After 18 years at Brooks, the teacher and coach will begin a new chapter next July in New Hampshire.
Fun new online classes that Brooks teachers are offering Brooks students this summer will have them hopscotching the globe!
The class of 2021 celebrated commencement with a week of events.
Going beyond static images on the page, the 2021 tome is a community effort that allowed students to share and remember videos, music and more!
Brooks honored 20 students for their academic achievement in Chapel on Thursday.
The south entrance to campus is being rerouted to make use of the property at 1116 Great Pond Road.
Brooks School just sent acceptances to a talented group of students, whom we hope will join our community this fall. Get the details and learn about upcoming events welcoming them.
Nicole Rivera '17 is back on campus as part of her journey toward becoming a nurse.
A new slate of afternoon programs is getting students active in a variety of ways, indoors and out.
Continuing our longstanding partnership with the Boys & Girls Club of Lawrence, Brooks has pledged to give the organization items that they need to run their programs during the pandemic.
AP Statistics students designed games of chance to investigate and test their probability models — on fellow students during a virtual casino night!
Four students scored awards during an "extremely intensive weekend" competing in the annual Boston Model United Nations.
Making a new tradition, Oratory students rose to the challenge of delivering their final speeches online.
As Brooks prioritizes its work toward becoming an anti-racist institution, we share an accounting of the school's efforts toward diversity, equity and inclusion.
A new construction project upgrading the network cables on campus will give students faster and more reliable Internet connections — even when everyone is online at once.
Teachers were invited to present their students' initiative to recognize campus' indigenous populations at a conference for educators.
This fall, Ryan Kelleher '24 started "Brooks Talk" — and a conversation that's helping students get to know one another better.
With travel to campus prohibited during the pandemic, the school is bringing its annual mini reunion to alumni this year offering 13 virtual events throughout the month of November.
Brooks' traditional fall play transformed into an outdoor theater experience!
Through a new Peer Advisor Program, members of the class of 2021 are trying to reduce the stigma associated with reaching out for emotional help.
Hybrid classes and outdoor everything: Brooks school students are discovering new ways to study and socialize on campus this autumn. Student prefects share their impressions.
After fall games were cancelled, Brooks got creative and decided to offer a whole new lineup of fun things to do, and sports to play, almost every day.
Third-form educators share some scoop — about life at Brooks, in the classroom and the community — with incoming third formers, plus offer advice that everyone can use!
Before classes began, Brooks employees participated in professional development focused on building a school community in which everyone can be their full self.
Monica Abou-Ezzi '16 has raised more than $150,000 to help charities in Lebanon providing disaster relief and rebuilding support following a devastating August 4 explosion in the capital.
As teachers and students look ahead to studying on campus and online this autumn, we take a look back at distance teaching, learning, and connecting within our community at Brooks earlier this year!
Two exciting programs for students — and our community — debuted in July: Brooks Summer Session and Brooks Connects.
One student's powerful portrait project to benefit Black Lives Matter and LGBTQ+ organizations.
Seven teachers will join Brooks this fall. Here's an introduction!
Students, alumni, employees and friends of Brooks separated during the coronavirus crisis came together, virtually.
Four decades have passed since the first female students arrived at Brooks. These are some of their reflections on that exciting time.
The theme of Brooks' annual Wilder Speaking Contest this year encouraged students to share a humorous look at life — and did they ever!
Jim Sperber '87 inspires students as an artist in residence and teaches them the techniques shown in his new "Directions" exhibit in the Robert Lehman Art Gallery.
Audiences got twice the fun at Brooks' winter musical, thanks to a double cast for the Disney extravaganza: See our photo album.
In a stunning upset, Brooks' 15th-seeded girls squash team overcame all to win the Division IV HEAD U.S. High School Team Squash Championships.
One quarter of Brooks' delegates to the Boston Model U.N. walked away with awards — and all are already looking forward to the next competition!
In a Winter Term course about career pathways, students met with professionals who offered an inside view of their occupations and inspiring stories about how they got there.
In celebration of Martin Luther King, Jr. Day, social justice educator Jamila Lyiscott spoke to students and challenged them to consider their language — and its relationship to racism and power.
Ultra-marathoner Dean Karnazes, who penned this year's All-Community Read, shares his thoughts about speaking at Brooks, where he'll take us behind the scenes of his bestselling book and inspiring adventures!
Fresh classes, and updates to favorite ones, make Brooks School's ninth Winter Term more exciting than ever!
Outstanding alumni athletes and a longtime coach were inducted into Brooks' Athletics Hall of Fame with a touching celebration during the school's annual Homecoming.
An international photographic exhibition, featuring portraits and interviews with 200 women around the world, challenges and inspires students with stories of strength and hope.
Professional development throughout the school year allows educators to learn and grow so they can best help their pupils do the same.
Students recognized United Nations Day with a fun, and personal, flag ceremony.
A former NH Supreme Court Chief Justice shared his heartbreaking saga with mental health, urging students to get talking about it too and break the stigma so others won't suffer as his family did.
Dan Mead and Sally Eagle shared and discussed their work with students in hopes of sparking in them a "sense of wonder enlarging their world view."
Before schoolwork started, students enjoyed a day of activities with their class. The focus? Getting closer to each other – and to their goals.