Coeducation at Berkshire
In the fall of 1969, nine female students were pioneers in what then-Headmaster John Godman called the “Berkshire experiment.” This year, Berkshire celebrates the 50th anniversary of coeducation under the Mountain by honoring the contributions and achievements that young women made, and continue to make, in our commitment to academic, artistic, and athletic excellence. While acknowledging the past, we also look to the future to illuminate ways the School will approach and embrace its next 50 years of coeducation.
ANNE ALLEN BUCK LEADERSHIP SUMMIT
In honor of Berkshire School co-founder Anne Allen Buck's many contributions, and looking forward to the future, the School will host a women’s leadership summit, bringing together alumni, parents, faculty, staff, and students, to take part in speakers, discussion sessions, workshops and informal networking opportunities for students.
Members of last year's Leadership, Politics & Society class helped us rededicate Anne Allen House. Check out the documentary they created to celebrate Anne Allen Buck's critical impact on Berkshire! https://t.co/BQg6NfyaHc #50yearsofcoeducation pic.twitter.com/R5ohTU6XL4— Berkshire School (@BerkshireSchool) October 5, 2020