Wow, Brooks boys basketball, girls ice hockey, squash and wrestling teams ended their seasons with inspiring victories — and impressive titles!
More than a dozen Brooks students are spending their vacation SCUBA diving in the Caribbean, where they finished certifications for open-water diving and are learning about coral restoration.
The first student musical in Brooks' Center for the Arts had audiences in awe of both students' talents and the impressive new space.
After months of preparation, 20 Brooks students took the United Nations (simulation) by storm!
Brooks' boys and girls squads played "brilliantly" at the Head U.S. Squash High School Team Squash Championships in Connecticut.
This Winter Term was the final time longtime teacher Dusty Richard headed the car repair class he dreamed up eight years ago. What's next for the course?
A dozen Brooks graduates helped make this year's intensives a success by sharing their expertise, fielding questions and inspiring students in classes on campus and off.
Brooks' annual Winter Term Symposium gave students a chance to show family and friends all the skills they've learned, sights they've seen, and work they've done for the past three weeks.
New Orleans artist Emilie Rhys worked with Brooks students this week as an artist-in-residence, inspiring them to sketch live performances and try new ways of drawing.
One motivated student got the former NBA pro to come to campus and talk with Brooksians about preventing drug use and getting help when you need it.
Brooks' intensive, one-topic course of study program began yesterday and students are already busy and loving it.
Filmmaker Hank Rogerson spoke with English, art and acting students about what it's like on camera and in the director's chair.
Brooks celebrated sports and club honors with awards for individual players and teams in our new Center for the Arts.
Brooks' annual summer reading-together initiative will be held during Winter Term this year, bringing new opportunities to everyone involved.
Students studying linear programming played management consultants in a project that challenged them to interview Brooks School staff members and solve office-place issues using their math skills.
The undefeated girls 1st squad is seeded No. 1 in the NEPSAC Class B tournament kicking off on Wednesday.
As Brooks' players celebrate their wins, they also enjoy how special it is to be part of the first team of its kind in the school's history!
Head of School John Packard kicked off the open house for students, faculty and staff to explore Brooks' new $28 million arts facility with a moving address.
Actors in the afternoon activities group are performing an original production at seven local spots off campus before bringing the final show home to Brooks for the first play in our new black-box theater!
Members of our community represented 26 nations at the annual Flag and Heritage celebration in chapel.
Alumni returned to campus for Homecoming — and to celebrate our new Athletics Hall of Fame inductees with a touching ceremony.
Roseann Sdoia lost part of her leg in the 2013 terrorist attack and shared all of her powerful story about deciding to keep moving forward, no matter what.
The first show in our Lehman gallery showcases painting, photography, sculpture, mixed media, interior design and more by eight artists connected to the Brooks community.
Students' $5 "Brooks Buck" notes can be used just like dollar bills to buy items in the school store and snack shop.
Brooks' Asian American Association's Mid-Autumn Harvest Festival brings cultures together on campus to enjoy stories, sights, and delicious snacks!
Before they're inducted on September 29, the honorees share with us what Brooks meant to them and their (wise) advice for current students!
Games and adventure activities, rafting and beach fun: Brooks' annual class trips day offered students a fun opportunity to bond with classmates on- and off-campus.
Nick Miller '19 just returned to Brooks after a year abroad in Spain studying, traveling and learning to see the world from a new perspective.
Students explored nearly 50 options for groups to join on campus during our annual club fair.
Axidi Iglesias '19 just returned to Brooks after a year abroad in Beijing studying, traveling and challenging herself in all sorts of unexpected ways!
Gatherings, games and good times: The Brooks community enjoyed getting acquainted with our newest members on campus today!
Brooks welcomes nine new faculty members this fall. Here's a preview of their experience, skills and surprising talents!
Residents in one of campus' older dorms will enjoy two newly built gathering spaces – and two completely renovated bathrooms – when they return to school.
Boarding students just got the news about their roommates — or lack thereof! Sneak a peek at what it's like to live in the dorms, from seven duos who share the stories of the friendships they formed while living together on campus.
Brooksians employed by Summer Programs on campus this June, July and August are pleased to report that their jobs brought them lots of laughs — and an even deeper connection to the school.
Recently back from studying abroad in Lima, Vicky Haghighi '19 shares how she loved stepping out of her "comfort zone" during the action-packed exchange trip!
Si Young "Brian" Choi '18 enjoyed the experience of a "lifetime" competing on the South Korean team at an international competition in Israel.
There are just three more months before Brooks' $28 million new building is complete, and momentum is going strong!
Brooks' annual Students on the Forefront of Science internship season kicked off last Monday, and one aspiring doctor is already as busy as a professional surgeon.
The Cummings Foundation awarded Brooks $100,000 to provide competency-based education training for every teaching faculty member.
Brooks' class of 2018 spent a morning doing community service and learning a few important life lessons.
Brooks celebrated the sixth-form's graduation with two days of prizes, speeches and special moments.
Athletes and teammates in afternoon activities were honored in chapel on Friday.
Brooks' bulletin board tradition gives graduating students a way to share advice — and be remembered long after they leave campus.
Comedian Rachael Burke '10 had students laughing, and learning, during her speech at the class of 2018's induction dinner.
Brooks' colors waved high above our rival's campus on Thursday, when we celebrated the win over The Governor's Academy in our schools' third-annual Giving Day competition.
Brooks new Center for the Arts is coming along at such a great clip, work on the outside of the building will begin sooner than expected!
Brooksians joined in the national movement to keep mum on April 27 as a way to bring attention to the silencing of LGBTQ+ students in schools.
As the first of our four student guests from abroad departs, each pauses a moment to share what has made the an impact on them — and what they'll miss when they say farewell.
Das took a break from running for Congress to give Brooks government students the lowdown on what it's really like to run for office – and why their votes matter.