• April

    Class of 2021 College Acceptance List

    Check out the impressive Class of 2021 college acceptance List!
  • Chef Roman's Matzo Ball Soup

    Craig Roman, Chef & Director of Food Services
    Food is very personal to a lot of people, and this is as personal as it gets for me and my family. Families around the world have things they have passed down from generation to generation.
  • Blue Block Building in Lower School

    See what Lower School students are building with Big Blue Blocks during recess!
  • SISAL Award Winning Artwork

    Brimmer is proud to announce that three of our amazing artists won 2021 Small Independent School Art League awards.
  • March

    MS Director of Student Life Andrew Beal helped to coordinate this Community Service effort!

    Middle School Food Drive

    Our Middle School students and families collected 535 pounds of food during a recent food drive to donate to Open Table.
  • The Gator Wins CSPA Gold Crown

    Brimmer's student News site earned Gold Crown status—officially cementing The Gator as one of just 9 online publications nationwide as the best-of-the-best for the 2019-2020 academic year.
  • Luca Antonucci, MS/US Music Teacher and After School Music Program Director.

    Our MS/US Music Teachers Rock

    Two of our Middle and Upper School Music teachers will be sharing their knowledge and talents at upcoming events.
  • Pre-K is Here to Make you Smile!

    The children in our Pre-Kindergarten class made a video for their 2020-2021 community service project. Knowing that this has been a tough year for everyone, they decided to make a video telling jokes, being goofy, and having dance parties in hopes that it would make people smile.
  • 16th Annual Bissell Grogan Symposium

    Our 16th Annual Bissell Grogan Symposium was successfully reimagined as a Virtual Speaker Series featuring four exciting keynotes spotlighting our school-year theme, Building an Equitable Community. Each talk was followed by interactive workshops with our students. We welcomed our trustees, Board of Visitors, alumni, and parents to join us for these timely and relevant keynote presentations. 
  • February

    Third graders created artwork using their 'own two hands' to show how they can help others.

    Amplifying Black Voices

    Emily Miller, Head of Lower School
    Throughout February, Lower School classes have concentrated on the theme of amplifying black voices stamped out by racism and on celebrating their contributions and influence on American culture and history.
  • Cecelia Pan, celebrating twenty-five years at Brimmer.

    Celebrating our Amazing Faculty & Staff

    Each January, we gather to honor our colleagues for their long-term service to the School. This year, we celebrated the milestone anniversaries of 14 Brimmer faculty and staff.
  • January

    2020 Scholastic Art & Writing Award

    The Art Department is pleased to announce the recipients of the 2020 Scholastic Art and Writing Awards. Check out the amazing artwork!
  • Brimmer and Artists for Humanity (s)TEAM Up!

    Congratulations to Brimmer students who applied and were selected to be on the 2021 design team for our collaboration with Artists for Humanity.
  • Students shared their grade-level community service projects during a special virtual Share assembly.

    LS Community Service Assembly

    Our Lower Schoolers took part in a very special Share assembly on Zoom to talk about their community services projects for the year. Our students' understanding of kindness, responsibility, and empathy shined through the screen as they spoke passionately about the organizations they've chosen to support.
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