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Panthers Finish Banner Year With More Banners!

In what had already been a successful year for the Browning Panthers, this spring the tennis team added two more championships to their already impressive accomplishments, while the track team won numerous golds, finishing third overall for boys at the NYCAL Championships.

Congratulations to all! Click the following links to view photos and recaps of Varsity BaseballVarsity TennisVarsity TrackVarsity Golf and Form I/II Baseball.

Grade Six Tours The Marvelous Met!

On May 17, Middle School history teacher Mary Bosworth and art teacher Kate Bancroft accompanied 30 sixth grade boys to the Metropolitan Museum of Art, where they viewed objects in two galleries showcasing artifacts from sub-Saharan Africa, the Pacific Islands, and North, Central and South America, as well as classical art of the Greeks and Romans. Read more.

Class of 2018 College Admission Offers

We congratulate the Class of 2018 on an amazing year as they enter the final month of their Browning careers. Click here to view a selection of colleges offering admission to our seniors.

Lower School Boys Share Knowledge at Science Exhibition

Second and third grade parents and teachers spent the first hour of their day on May 9 in the Browning cafeteria, where they recognized the efforts, creativity and imagination of the second and third graders during the Lower School Science Exhibition. The boys and their science teachers, Julia Kingsdale and Emilie Wolf, had set up an impressive array of science projects, which the students were eager to explain in exacting detail. This morning of scientific discovery and sharing of knowledge represents a culmination of experimentation and modification. Read more.

Browning Community Delves into Biodiversity Day

Organized by Browning’s Green Team and still going strong in its fourth year, Biodiversity Day was once again a huge success, thanks to the boys, guest naturalists, teachers and staff who braved unseasonably chilly temperatures to identify the amazing species that dwell in Central Park. Read more.

2018 Parent Fun*Raiser Supports the School

On April 29, 2018 the Browning Parents Association held its first-ever Fun*Raiser at Chelsea Piers to support the School. The event, which was open to all ages, included parents, students, siblings and extended family. Parkour, basketall, gaga, soccer, rock-climbing, “swinging” in the batting cages and playing bubble soccer with Head of School John Botti were among the many activities enjoyed by the Browning community. The carnival booths, online auction and giant dunk tank with its target, Assistant Head of School/Head of Lower School Laurie Gruhn, were also at the top of the “must do” list. Read more.

SXSW Professional Development Trip Inspires Teachers

Thanks to the generous donation from an anonymous parent, six faculty members from the Science and Computer Science and Engineering departments attended SXSW; a conference in Austin Texas that fosters creative and professional growth, and is known as a destination for discovery. Faculty spent five days together attending sessions, workshops and keynote speakers finding and learning about inspirational ideas. At the conclusion of every day, the group met to record and summarize their experience in those sessions and discuss possible classroom projects or lessons. Learn more.

Unveiling of Former Headmaster Clement’s Portrait

Former Headmaster Stephen M. Clement, III, who retired in 2016 after serving The Browning School for 28 years, returned with his wife Sally and family members on April 18 for the formal unveiling of his official portrait by artist Ronald Sherr. Along with faculty members, Browning Trustees and parents from the Class of 2016 (who helped underwrite the portrait) were present for this special occasion. Read more.

2018 Alumni Reunion

On Friday, April 13, more than 160 alumni and guests returned to Browning for the annual Alumni Reunion. Alumni ranging from the Classes of 1950 to 2013 returned to Browning, along with a number of current and former faculty, for the Upper School assembly, True Grytte Society and Donor Recognition Luncheon, and the Reunion reception. Read more.

Dr. Gerald Protheroe was one of 25 participants invited to attend a round table conference, The State of the European Union and the Transatlantic Alliance, at the Center for Global Affairs, the School of Professional Studies, New York University, on April 6. During this in-depth exercise, 25 experts engaged in discussion on several major themes relating to the relationship between the European Union and the United States. Read More.

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