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OUR STORIES

Berkshire's motto is Pro Vita Non Pro Schola Discimus, "Learning—not just for school but for life." Below is a collection of stories from our students, faculty, and alumni living up to that motto.

Inspiration to Innovation

When Alzheimer's threatened to take his grandfather's memory away, Daniel Tian '19 turned to technology to help. Learn More

Make-Up Artist

Soon after sharing her passion during Pro Vita, Lila Childs '19 caught the eye of the BBC. Learn More

Tech-Free Classroom

Advanced Environmental Research teacher Cait Ward '08 is excited to open the school year in a new outdoor classroom space. Learn More

Maher '12 to Lead Student Activities

Berkshire alum Sam Maher '12 is back under the Mountain to take over as the new Student Activities Director. Learn More

Ready to Compete

Post-graduate Deng Kur '19 has committed to Northwestern, but is looking forward to competing for the Bears this fall. Learn More

Award-Winning Chef

Three-Star Michelin Chef Christopher Kostow '95 was named Best Chef in the western United States and is featured in our Summer 2018 Bulletin. Learn More

Rooney '12 Signs With Devils

Former Bear hockey standout Kevin Rooney '12 recently agreed to a 2-year contract with the NHL's New Jersey Devils. Learn More

Sculptures on Display

Pedro S. de Movellán '85 is one of the world's best known kinetic sculptors, and his work is currently on display nearby. Learn More

Way of Life

Conal Groom '91 picked up crew during his second year at Berkshire, but today the sport is his passion, and his livelihood. Learn More

Singing to Scholarship

From Berkshire's stage to the bright lights of the Big Apple, Tucker Donelan '18 shines during national songwriting competition. Learn More

At The Helm

Berkshire alum Kate Kelley '95 currently serves as the Superintendent of Arlington National Cemetery. Learn More