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For April, Berkshire chose Allison Letourneau '07 as our Alum of the Month - read more about her here!
On Wednesday, two students were recognized for their involvement in Pro Vita. Watch the video here!
Two lucky Berkshire students will receive a scholarship to attend Maine's Hurricane Island Outward Bound School this summer. Read more about it here!
Jen Stafford '09 is our February Alum of the Month. Now working for Red Bull, she has some things to say about how she got where she is now. Read more here!
Mr. Howard, Berkshire's Theater guru, agreed to talk to us during this busiest time of the year, giving us a better understanding of how and why he does what he does. See what he had to say here!
Art students at Berkshire capture 19 Scholastic Art Awards, the most prestigious recognition and scholarship program for teenage artists and writers in the country. Read more here.
Here's a sampling of the videos taken from a variety of classes on campus during this year's Pro Vita. Check them out!
The last day of Pro Vita classes is always bittersweet; see a little of what we were doing here.
It's almost over, but nobody's slowing down any time soon. See a sampling of what was on offer today.
Dr. Barter's class was cooking today, and even Julia would be proud! See more here!
Students are spending the week learning about their families in ways that they never imagined. Mrs. Bullock and Mr. Gappa are teaching a genealogy course called, Who Am I? Read more about it here!
Berkshire musician earns spot on Massachusetts All-State Orchestra. Read more here!
Monday's wrap-up, including video, slideshows and some quick descriptions of the myriad classes being offered on campus this week. See more here!
During B Period on Monday, students gathered in Allen Theater for a course called The Play Is the Thing. Guess what they learned how to do! Read more here to find out...
Unyimeabasi Udoh '13 has been awarded a prize from the Cum Laude Society for a paper that she wrote in the Advanced Humanities Research program and which Mrs. Bellizzi submitted for her. Read her description of the paper and watch a quick video of Unyime's reaction to winning here!
Berkshire School presents Into the Woods - see the video from Tony-Award-Winning Joanna Gleason's visit and interviews with cast and crew here!
Mrs. Lloyd and Ms. Dahari accompanied their studio art students to an art show - featuring student work! Read about it and see a slideshow here!
It was another weekend of field trips, games and fun in the snow - read more and see more here!
Mr. D'Ambrosio and the Art History class traveled to Yale's Gallery of Art. Read what he has to say about it here!
Not sure what Pro Vita is? Read more here! Want to see the course catalog? Read more here! Want to see other ways to learn for life? Read more here!
Phil Sandick sat down to talk about his time at Berkshire and beyond with Mr. Bullock. Listen to that conversation and see some of his artwork here!
Jimmy Chung '14 has been selected as a semi-finalist in the most prestigious high school math and science competition in the U.S. Read about the contest and hear him talk about his project here!
Just recently, Berkshire's students were offered an opportunity for adventure and self-actualization - how, you ask? Read more here!
William Pang '15 is studying belief systems in his Independent Study with Ms Connell. Listen to him talk about it and read his explanations here.
Berkshire teachers are planning trips to Argentina and Italy for students for this summer - read more here!
William Pang '14 and the library committee are working with Mr. Schworm to bring iMacs into the library. Read more about it here!
Dr. April Burch, Director of Berkshire's Advanced Math Science Research program, talks about this year's INTEL submissions. See more here about this science competition and the extraordinary Berkshire students who are taking part in it.
Catherine Xu is working with Mrs. Bellizzi on a sleep study that she hopes will help Berkshire students understand the connection between sleep and achievement. Read more here.
Mr. Splawn conferred academic awards for the end of the first marking period - read and watch more here!
AP Photo traveled to New York City to create and be inspired. See what came of it here.
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