• April

    Class of 2024 College Acceptance List

    Congratulations to the Class of 2024 on their college acceptances!
  • Solar Eclipse Viewing

    Our Science Department planned an immersive learning experience for our PK-12 students so we could embrace the solar eclipse as a whole School community!
  • Grade 6 Bridge Exhibition

    Students in grade 6 completed their in-depth study of bridges in science with an exhibition. Students built their bridges out of pasta and then tested how much weight their bridge could hold before collapsing.
  • March

    Scholastic Art Awards 2024

    We join the Creative Arts Department in congratulating the following artists for receiving coveted 2024 Scholastic Art Awards.
  • We are Monsters Photos

    Our Lower School Creative Arts team put on two fabulous performances of We are Monsters.
  • Big Fish Photos are In!

    Congratulations to Directors Bill Jacob and Caitlin Johnson, Music Director Max Holman, and the cast and crew of Big Fish on two outstanding performances!
  • February

    Family Skating Night 2024

    We had an amazing turnout for our Annual Family Skating Night at the Jack Kirrane Skating Rink!
  • FourthFest 2024

    Fourth graders recently honored the traditions and history of two unique Asian countries—India and Japan—at FourthFest 2024.
  • Chinese Temple Fair 2024

    In honor of the Lunar New Year, Mandarin classes transformed the Innovation Space and hosted the annual Temple Fair.
  • MIT Model UN

    Ten Brimmer and May students in the Upper School recently attended MIT’s Model UN conference in Cambridge. 
  • Community Cultural Festival

    We were thrilled to bring back a beloved Brimmer event, the Community Cultural Festival, which took place on February 1st in the Corkin Dining Commons.
  • January

    Coffee House 20th Anniversary

    Circles 20: A Coffee House was everything Mr. Jacob and Mr. Barker-Hook hoped it would be. It was the largest audience turnout in years, with many alums and former faculty returning.
  • 19th Annual Bissell Grogan Symposium

    Our 19th Annual Bissell Grogan Humanities Symposium, AI and Its impact on Humanity, featured keynote speaker Dr. Raja-Elie Abdulnour P '29. The message that AI is a powerful tool, but one that needs verification and human creativity to harness its potential, was a strong take away.
  • Faculty & Staff Milestones

    Each January, we gather to honor our colleagues for their long-term service to the School. This year, we celebrated the milestone anniversaries of 17 Brimmer faculty and staff.
  • M. Lownie Wins Shakespeare Competition

    Congratulations to Maya Lownie '24 for winning the 2024 Annual Shakespeare Competition sponsored by the English Speaking Union.
  • The Gator Wins Top National Prize

    Congratulations to The Gator staff for winning their 4th consecutive prestigious national award for overall excellence from the Columbia Scholastic Press Association.
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