The Browning School Handbook contains information about the school’s history, the academic program, athletics, clubs and activities, community service, college guidance, and general information.
The Buzzer magazine is published three times a year (Fall-Winter, Spring and Summer editions) and is mailed to all members of the community. This publication serves to inform constituents of classroom and extracurricular activities on the part of faculty and students, as well as providing news from our alumni.
Now entering its 113th year, the Grytte offers Middle and Upper School students the opportunity to participate in all aspects of newspaper production, including planning and writing, layout and editing, proofreading, and photography. The paper provides school news, feature sections, editorials, surveys, and articles on alumni, faculty, parents, and students. Students are encouraged to add their creativity and special talents to this publication that documents school life. All students are welcome to participate and membership remains open throughout the year.
Each year the yearbook staff produces a commemorative book to illustrate the many facets of student life at the Browning School. The book includes class portraits, candid pictures, sports and club shots, and photos depicting the activities that take place at Browning throughout the year. Members of the club are responsible for every aspect of the publication of the book, from concept and design to photography, page layout, and computer graphics.
Please contact the Development Office at (212) 838-6280 for more information or to request copies.
The Lit is Browning’s literary magazine. Edited by students, it is a platform for recognizing the wide range of literary styles explored by the students in the Lower, Middle, and Upper schools. Recently The Lit has begun to incorporate student artwork and expand the possibilities for experimentation with desktop publishing. Through Interschool, Browning also participates in the publication of Independent Voices magazine and public performances of student poetry.