- Posted 06/17/2013 01:15PM
Over the summer, many of Berkshire's students and faculty are pursuing interests that they now can give their full focus. Fifth former, Alli Toffolon, has been working with Dr. Burch to learn more about how diseases are transmitted from ticks to humans. Read Dr. Burch's article about the work they're doing.
- Posted 06/14/2013 10:40PM
More than 400 alumni, former faculty and friends of Berkshire came back to the mountain on June 7-9 for Reunion 2013.
- Posted 06/13/2013 01:23PM
- Posted 05/28/2013 10:12AM
Stormy weather didn't dampen the mood on Friday as Berkshire bid farewell to its 106th graduating class in the Jackman L. Stewart Athletic Center. Click here to see the list of Prize Night and Graduation prize winners and a slideshow of photos.
- Posted 05/23/2013 10:44AM
The Spring Arts Option group created a wonderful tribute to beloved French teacher Jean Erick Joassaint to honor his 11-year career at Berkshire and his impending retirement: a colorful portrait of his smiling face. Click here to learn more.
- Posted 05/22/2013 02:28PM
The recipients of spring athletic awards were announced at a recent School Meeting. Click here to view the list of Varsity and Junior Varsity honorees.
- Posted 05/22/2013 11:07AM
Cody Turner '13 tackled the philosophical questions surrounding free will in his year-long independent study with Philosophy teacher and Academic Dean Clay Splawn. His study of the phrase "could have done otherwise" informed his understanding of the free will debate. Click here to read more.
- Posted 05/20/2013 10:54AM
Berkshire School's spring edition of its journal of arts and literature is now available online. Click here to view.
- Posted 05/17/2013 03:03PM
The twenty-one students who presented their Independent Study projects on Thursday evening were an energetic and enthusiastic group. They were also masters of their topics, which ranged from philosophical questions about free will to scientific explorations of symbiotic relationships between hydroponic plants and goldfish. Click here to learn more.
- Posted 05/16/2013 03:14PM
This Friday, Unyime Udoh '13 will present a senior solo concert in the dance studio. This is the culmination of Udoh's four years in the program, and will include her reprise of "So-Low" and "Bendable/Poseable." Click here for details.
- Posted 05/15/2013 08:38AM
Students in Linda Bellizzi's Advanced English IV class took their study of Jhumpa Lahiri's "Namesake" and the Indian immigrant experience to a delicious new level when Suzanne Mazzarelli, mother of Arwen Neski '15, treated the class to an early-morning feast.
- Posted 05/10/2013 10:57AM
Edward Gonzalez '12 was the keynote speaker at the US Soccer's Urban Soccer Symposium at Georgetown in April. A freshman at American University, he talked about the impact Project GOAL, a non-profit in Providence, RI, played in shaping his life. Click here to read more.
- Posted 05/08/2013 08:15AM
Berkshire is the recipient of the National Athletic Trainers Association (NATA) Safe Sports School award, only the fourth secondary school in the nation to receive this distinction. The award reinforces the importance of providing the best level of care, injury prevention and treatment. Click here to learn more.
- Posted 05/07/2013 09:43AM
On Friday and Saturday, theater students will be staging three, short comic plays in the round. All three performances in large part riff on theater itself, according to Director Jesse Howard. Seating will be limited to the first 100 people and is on a first-come, first-served basis. Click here for details.
- Posted 05/06/2013 05:45PM
Berkshire was named a Green Ribbon School by the U.S. Department of Education recently for its efforts to reduce environmental impact and costs, improve health and offer environmental education. Berkshire is one of just 64 schools in the nation to receive the distinction. Click here to read more.