News Corner

Listed below are the news articles categorized under Alumni and Support BA:
  • Blithe Spirit - Nov. 13-15

    Noel Coward's 1941 comedy, Blithe Spirit, will be presented by Upper School dramatists Friday and Saturday, Nov. 13 and Nov. 14, at 7 p.m. and Sunday, Nov. 15, at 3 p.m. The cast includes Nicole Bray, Claire Nowak, Katherine Shanahan, Sheil Shukla, John Slavinsky, and Mara Steven. Tickets, $5, may be purchased at the door. Performances are in the Constitution Hall lower level multipurpose room.

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  • The Dinosaur Musical - Nov. 6 & 7

    It's 65 million years ago and a meteor has hit planet Earth. With dwindling food supplies, how will the dinosaurs survive? Can an unlikely friendship save the planet? Presented by a cast of 22 Middle School students, this adventurous musical of prehistoric proportions will appeal to every member of the family.

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  • Speaker on Personal Responsibility - Nov. 4

    Ed Williams, an MBE (Member of the Most Excellent Order of the British Empire), will speak to BA Upper School students about having a dream, setting a goal, and living one's life with integrity and personal responsibility. He will share his message Wednesday, Nov. 4, at 2:30 pm in the Freedom Hall (Upper School) gym.

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  • Grandparents Day Oct. 2

    Brookfield Academy welcomes grandparents and other special guests to spend the morning at school on Friday, Oct. 2. After 8:15 a.m. morning assembly, breakfast will be served in the Freedom Hall gym at 8:30 a.m., followed by a program of patriotic songs and poems presented by students. Classroom visits begin at 10 a.m. Students always take great delight in showing their grandparents and other special guests what they are learning in school.

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  • $12.5 Million Goal Achieved

    Brookfield Academy recently met the first milestone in a campus-wide capital campaign. The Soar with the Stars campaign recently achieved the $12 million goal necessary to receive a $500,000 challenge grant. The four-year, $12.5 million campaign was the largest in the history of the school.

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