Join us Tuesday, February 10, at 7 p.m. when New York Times bestselling author Jeffrey Kluger comes to campus to discuss his book "The Sibling Effect: What the Bonds Among Brothers and Sisters Reveal About Us." The second in this year's 4 to 14 Speaker Series: Parenting Elementary School Kids, Kluger's talk will resonate both with those who themselves have siblings as well as with those raising children of their own.
The opening of Brookwood's first-ever Community and Alumni Art Exhibit on Sunday, January 11, was a great success. Entitled Memories of Childhood, the exhibit is a delightful celebration of Brookwood's creative community of artists, including 29 Brookwood graduates. The exhibit will be on display through Sunday, January 25. (Read more and enjoy a photo gallery of the event.)
Every day, as our youngest students are dropped off and walk into the beautiful, light-filled space of Brookwood’s new Lower School, they enter a place designed to make them feel welcome. The 21,454 square foot facility is certainly stunning and beautiful but what makes it truly significant, says Head of the Lower School Nancy Evans, is that once inside, the message to all is that “we honor children here!”
A Brookwood faculty member is spearheading a collaboration between 10 Brookwood eighth graders in a design-build club and a senior at The Governor’s Academy to fabricate and assemble a 3D printable mechanical hand.