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2021

  • July

    Nashoba Brooks Notions: Bubbles

    This week’s Nashoba Brooks Notion: bubbles! Kids of all ages enjoy bubbles. By clicking here you can learn how to make your own bubble mixtures, wands, and even a bubble snake like Mr. Bryant!
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  • Announcing Nashoba Brooks Notions: Summer Reads

    We would like to introduce Nashoba Brooks Notions. Each Monday this summer, we will be sharing thoughts, ideas, and activities for families to consider. 
     
    This week's Nashoba Brooks Notion: cloudy summer skies present a wonderful opportunity to curl up with a good book! Click here to check out our PS-8 summer reads.
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  • April

    Earth Day at Nashoba Brooks

    On April 21 and 22, bright and early in the morning, Nashoba Brooks students moved out across the Strawberry Hill campus to celebrate Earth Day.
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  • March

    Students Win Third Place in National Documentary Competition

    Grade 8 students joined 2,300 6-12th graders from all across the country, creating short documentaries for CSPAN's StudentCam competition.
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  • February

    S'mores and More Winter Week

    Our inability to have the traditional S’mores and More Winter Week events this year did not quell enthusiasm for this beloved School tradition.
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  • Honoring Black History

    In honor of Black History Month this year, the School has provided some opportunities for students and adults to explore the history and experiences of African-Americans more deeply.
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  • January

    Nashoba Brooks Announces bold plan to “reVision Tuition”

    This week, Nashoba Brooks announced its “reVision Tuition Plan” to reduce tuition and provide parents with three years of visibility into annual tuition costs. The School’s plan will cut tuition by an average of 15% over the next three years, reducing costs for families by an average of 5% each year from current rates.
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