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.
Eight athletic teams traveled to warm-weather spots this spring break to start practicing together for the new season. Check out the highlights from their Instagrams!
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!
Standout students in athletics, arts and all afternoon programs were celebrated today in Brooks School's annual autumn ceremony.
A new robotics afternoon program is challenging students to build and program 'bots to do some impressive challenges this winter.
Two Brooks runners earned New England titles this fall! Kata Clark '25 and Alex Tobias '22 share how it felt like to pull away from the pack — and the new goals they're speeding towards now.
Coaches share their thoughts about Brooks School's standout athletes and squads as the regular season wraps up and tournament time approaches.
After a hiatus due to COVID, Brooks' beloved three-week session of intensive classes will be offered again this winter — with a bunch of favorite courses returning and some fascinating fresh classes added to the mix!
Boston University Professor Timothy Longman spoke with students about the book he co-authored, "Confronting Apartheid," giving them a deeper understanding of the context of Brooks' All-Community Read, "Born a Crime."
Sneak a peek at all the work that went into creating a manor home set for the murder mystery fall play!
Fifteen educators joined our ranks to teach at Brooks this fall – and have fascinating interests and backgrounds. We got the scoop in five fast questions!
Photography student Ella Dooling '22 created a virtual exhibit of the collection currently on display on campus: "A Show of Hands" by Henry M. Buhl '48.
Alumni came home — to Brooks last weekend to watch games, get together and honor four outstanding athletes.
The DEI team's pick for our annual initiative, "Born a Crime: Stories from a South African Childhood," is sparking great conversation and engaging classes in all disciplines this fall.
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.