• March

    Grades 7 & 8 Visited Washington D.C.

    Our 7th and 8th grade students spent four days in Washington, D.C.
  • Press Start Photos are In!

    Our Lower School Creative Arts team put on two fabulous performances of Press Start last week! 
  • Something Rotten! Photos

    Congratulations to Director Bill Jacob, Music Director Max Holman, and the cast and crew of Something Rotten! for an outstanding performance!
  • Brimmer and May Students in Iceland.

    Winterim Trips Are Off!

    We are thrilled that our Winterim Program has resumed! This is the first trip since 2019.
  • February

    Athletics Video Debut

    After a year in the making, we are excited to share the newest video in our collection highlighting our athletics program.
  • Black History Month Happenings

    Director of DEIB Jessica Christian says, "In honor of Black History Month, each division is looking forward to continuing last year’s theme of Black Joy!"
  • 2023 Scholastic Art Awards

    We join the Creative Arts Department in congratulating several student artists for receiving coveted 2023 Scholastic Art Awards.
  • Chinese Temple Fair

    Upper School Mandarin classes hosted a Chinese Temple Fair to celebrate the Chinese New Year (Year of the Rabbit). The entire community was invited to the Innovation Space to try out different games, calligraphy, crafts, a photo booth, and more!
  • MS Math Competition

    Congratulations to our Middle School students who represented Brimmer at the Whitaker-Bement Girls in Mathematics Competition at the Williston Northampton School.
  • January

    Model UN Team Travels to Yale

    The Brimmer Model UN Team had an excellent time at Yale's 49th Model UN Conference last weekend practicing their diplomacy skills with students from around the world.
  • American Mathematics Competition Results

    American Mathematics Competition (AMC) 10/12 results are in.
  • Keynote Speaker Rebecca Pacheco (Photo By: Lucie Wicker)

    18th Annual Bissell Grogan Symposium

    Balancing School, Self, and Life
    Our 18th Annual Bissell Grogan Symposium featured keynote speaker Rebecca Pacheco P '35. We were thrilled to have four additional Brimmer parents leading student workshops, along with an outstanding group of local scholars and industry leaders.
  • 9th Grade Chaucer Exhibition Photos

    The 9th grade culminated their studies of Geoffrey Chaucer and The Canterbury Tales by presenting their research on individual pilgrims from Chaucer’s most famous work.
  • Rare Insect Exhibit

    A charming Rare Insect ‘POP-UP’ sculpture exhibit by our grade 3 students is on display in the Chase building.
  • Kaylee Little

    Boston Globe All-Scholastic Recognition

    Congratulations to Kaylee Little and Brian Gamble for receiving Boston Globe All-Scholastic Recognition this fall.
  • Circles 19 Coffee House

    Circles 19 Coffee House was outstanding. Thank you to our talented students, faculty, and alumni who participated.
  • Holiday Concert 2022

    Our Winter Holiday Concert was a joyful celebration of the season! The Upper School Ensemble, Fourth and Fifth Grade Chorus, May Chorale, Greenline, and Faculty and Staff Choir filled our theater with beautiful music.
  • Holiday Reception 2022

    The Holiday Reception, a traditional event attended by alumni, seniors, senior parents, faculty, and trustees, was a wonderful evening!
  • Fall Middle School Athletic Awards 2022

    Congratulations to all our Middle School student-athletes on a great fall season!
  • Fall Varsity Athletic Awards 2022

    Congratulations to our Brimmer Varsity student-athletes for receiving Fall Awards and League Recognition!
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