Judith Guild's Blog

List of 19 news stories.

  • Mrs. Lee created a collaborative art project that all MS students and faculty participated in to create this beautiful collage.

    Brimmer's Solid Moral Code

    I love the summer in part because I have more time to read. A recent essay by David Brooks caught my attention. His article entitled “How America Got Mean” made me curious as I had been thinking some of those same thoughts myself.
  • Class of 2023: Modern Day Influencers

    During the last decade when members of the Class of 2023 were growing up, the social media marketing industry developed a new role for individuals to play, called the Influencer.
  • A Winning Team

    With the Head of the Charles on our minds, I thought it would be a good opportunity to open with a regatta metaphor, one that may help tell the Brimmer story. Much like Brimmer, the boats are small, and it’s the whole of a team’s effort that makes the individual feel the power of being part of a winning team.
  • The Act of Finding

    Our theme for the year is Finding Balance, Finding Joy. I will frame this theme for you and begin by sharing some experiences I have had when I am in the midst of “the act of finding.”
  • Rise and Hasten On

    Seniors, when I think of your class, I think of the way you began your senior year. When you chose to come together one morning earlier this year to watch the sunrise, you showed us who you are as a group. You soon became a sunrise in my thoughts.
  • The Class of 2022 watched the sun rise and experienced gratitude for another day.

    Attitude of Gratitude

    Our students have returned to having an array of purposeful learning. There has been an “attitude of gratitude”, which has revealed how resilient and strong we have become during these challenging times.
  • Providing a Framework for Growth & Success

    For Brimmer’s school year 2021-2022, the educators at Brimmer developed the theme of “The New Three R’s: Reflection, Resilience, Reconnection.” Our theme this year will help us develop analysis and form insights into many facts and ideas.
  • Seeking a Path Forward: Brimmer's Response to the Attack on the U.S. Capitol

    A time like this calls for us to be respectful and kind and always promote equity; hate and violence are in conflict with those values. If our students’ actions reflect our Core Values as they explore these issues, I am confident we will be able to seek a positive path forward.  
  • Living Our Core Values

    This will be a school year unlike any other in the history of Brimmer’s 140 years. While that certainly presents its share of challenges, it also presents opportunities for us to grow and thrive as a community.
  • Our Commitment to Creating a Society Free of Hate

    It is Brimmer’s collective commitment that racism, bigotry, and hate have no place in our community or in our society and that we deliver an education that will help create a society free of hate.
  • Reimagining Education - Student Support Outside the Classroom

    In transitioning to a remote learning environment, it was important for us to work collaboratively to ensure that our systems and structures for all students could be redesigned and reimagined. 
  • Head of School Judith Guild, Director of Development Elizabeth Smith, Director of Alumni Affairs Amanda Frank '88, and Assistant Head of Academic Affairs Joe Iuliano with our NYC Alumni.

    Our Amazing Alumni

    “I miss Brimmer.” That was the sentiment of our alumni at our New York City gathering. Alumni share how Brimmer prepared them to excel in their work beyond college and graduate school.
  • Brimmer graduates participated in a panel discussion on the impact our Global Studies curriculum and programming had on their college and career choices.

    The Impact of Global Studies at Brimmer

    At a recent Middle and Upper School assembly, Brimmer graduates participated in a panel discussion on the impact our Global Studies curriculum and programming had on their college and career choices.
  • Developing Unique Voices in Middle & Upper School

    As our Middle & Upper School students strive to become ethical leaders in a diverse world, they are given opportunities to share their opinions, interests, and knowledge, and develop their unique voices.
  • Responsible Leadership and Emerging Voices in Lower School

    Teaching students to be responsible for themselves, others, and the earth on which we live has been a focus on our theme, Responsible Leadership and Student Voice.
  • Responsible Leadership and Student Voice

    The School’s mission and guiding principles direct Brimmer’s educators in the task of helping students gain power over their own learning, to develop unique voices, and to participate responsibly in society. 
  • Professional Development & Summer Reading to Enhance Learning/Teaching

    Learn about the books our faculty read over the summer of 2019.
  • Brimmer Educates Students For a Future of Change

    Brimmer, a mission driven school that strives to produce life-long learners, is on a successful path to educate students for a future of change.
  • Developing Empathy through Meaningful Connections in Brimmer’s Lower School

    Read remarks from our Head of School presented at the Lower School Thanksgiving Assembly.
    • Head of School Judith Guild

As an inclusive private school community, Brimmer welcomes students who will increase the diversity of our school. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, sex, gender, gender identity and expression, disability, sexual orientation, national origin, ancestry, or any other characteristic protected from discrimination under state or federal law, in the administration of our educational policies, admissions practices, financial aid decisions, and athletic and other school-administered programs.