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Mr. Bjurlin (math, third form Dean) is December's Faculty of the Month -- see what he had to say about Berkshire and teaching and family here.
Shawn Ingram '85 is Berkshire's Alum of the Month for December. Read more about him here.
Ms. Hutchinson recently brought an author to campus who had more to share than his work. Read more about his visit from Colleen Devanney '15 here.
Last week, Mr. Mulder, Mr. Bogardus, Mr. Quilty, Mr. Perkins and alum, Sam Perkins '14 presented at the annual TABS Conference in DC. Read more about their presentations and what that means for Berkshire here.
The freshmen (Third formers) have been working hard on their Odyssey Night movies. Read a little bit about this Berkshire tradition and see slideshows from each class here.
Dr. Wu and the community orchestra are prepping with the School's singing groups for this year's Holiday Concert. See a slideshow of their hard work here.
Alden Boldt '14 just had an essay published by Huffington Post. Read what he has to say about it and access the article here.
Mr and Mrs Lewton hosted a barbecue on Friday night. Read more about why from Mr. Lewton, himself, here.
Berkshire students, faculty and staff share the things they're thankful for this holiday season.
Mr. Wysocki has been organizing afternoon activities and team sports with service projects that will take place over the course of the year. Read his story about how it all played out in the fall.
Kat Kollmer Gaudin '05 sat down and graciously answered our many questions. Read more and see a short slideshow here.
English teacher and Independent Study Director,Linda Bellizzi, has been at Berkshire for 26 years -- check out what she's sharing about being here and other places, too.
Berkshire's Model U.N. attended a conference at John Jay High School in New York - get some insight into what they did there by reading more here.
Athletic Awards were announced, and, once again, the Bears are a proud bunch! See more and see a slideshow here!
This Friday, visiting artists Donald Sosin and Joanna Seaton come to campus. Read more about them and the amazing work they do here.
The Writing Center handed out awards for its Scary Story Contest. See who won and read the top stories here!
Mr. Splawn, Mrs. Maher, and Mr. Miller went to D.C. as a follow-up to this year's All-School Read. See why here.
Mr. Bowler has been traveling with his Islam, Christianity and Judaism Class - check it out here.
Mr Cohen's Astronomy class has been checking out the stars with telescopes they put together themselves - so cool! Check it out here.
Dr. Burch's Advanced Math Science Research students submitted to the Intel Contest this week - read more about them here.
Mr. Splawn recently gave out academic awards. Get more information and the accompanying slideshow from the ceremony here.
Mr. Banevicius's Photo students ventured out into Great Barrington to get the great shots. Read about it and see what they were doing here.
Ms. Romano took her ESL students to the Rockwell Museum this week. Read more and see a slideshow to find out why.
See what Mr. Anselmi and Student Activities have set up for this weekend - the B Line is here! Go Bears!
Mr. Turner and Mr. Quinn took Advanced Geometry to Mass MOCA. Read more to see why.
Mr. Lloyd took a group of students to Taft for a Sustainability Conference. Read their reactions to what they learned here.
Berkshire Dance performed its fall concert on Friday and Saturday. Read a little and see a slideshow from the day here.
Mr. Miller took students to Philadelphia for Malala's Liberty Medal Ceremony. Read more from Mr. Miller and see some photos here.
Students sum up their experience at the MFA in Boston - but what they did there might surprise you. Check it out here.
Today, Sam Reagan submitted her first short story to the Bennington Young Writers Contest for her Independent Study with Mrs. Bullock. Good luck, Sam, and congratulations!
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