List of 20 news stories.

  • BBA Students go to school in the 1850s!

    The 9th grade Workshop Humanities class is exploring the elements of culture and how students are influenced by their culture and the role they play in their culture.
  • BBA Students Participate in First Climate Strike Since 2019

    On Friday, September 15th, Burr and Burton students, alongside students from other area schools, participated in a Climate Strike at the Factory Point Town Green in Manchester. 

    The event was a student-led rally to draw attention to the effects of climate change and the possibilities of a renewable energy-based solution. BBA Environmental Club members Dahlia Cohn, Kallen Fenster, Lily Kajah, Anna Markcrow and Hudson Via all planned and participated in the event in collaboration with students from surrounding schools and Earth Matters Manchester.
  • Behind the Scenes of A Few Good Men

    The company of A FEW GOOD MEN have been hard at work. Check out this behind the scenes sneak peak!
  • Fall College Night is Tomorrow!

    We look forward to welcoming parents and students to our Annual Fall College Night on Wednesday evening at 6:30 in Founders Hall. Middlebury College Director of Admissions Sam Prouty, will join us as our keynote speaker.  Sam has 11 years of experience working on the high school “side of the desk” and ten years on the “college admission side.”  His candid wit and years of wisdom will provide insight into college admission.
  • 9th Grade Service Day - Monday, 9/11

    Burr and Burton's mission is to educate students for a life of responsibility, integrity and service. Ninth graders will live this mission by spending their school day completing service projects with their advisory on Monday, September 11th.
  • Alumni Interview: Five Things That Matter with Rhoni Basden ’04

    Rhoni Midden Basden ’04 is adept at crafting her surroundings into powerful teaching tools, a skill she learned, in part, at Burr and Burton. Rhoni is the Executive Director of Vermont Works for Women, a nonprofit based in Winooski that “promotes economic justice by advancing gender equity and supporting women and youth at every stage of their career journeys.”
  • Welcome New Faculty and Staff

    Please share a warm welcome with our newest faculty and staff. We are thrilled to have each of you here, living our mission with us at Burr and Burton.
  • BBA Senior Weighs in on Civics Education

    Burr and Burton senior Chris Alfano recently joined Vermont State Senator Brian Campion and Secretary of State Sarah Copeland on GNAT's News project to weigh in on civics education. Alfano shares his motivation for co-creating a new app called Civicly, which engages people of all ages in learning about civics.
  • Burr and Burton Welcomes New Dean of Students and New Director of Finance

    We are so excited to welcome Terrell Williams ’97 as the new dean of students and Jeffrey Spencer as the new director of finance and operations.
  • Join Us For the On-Campus Screening of Mending the Line

    Join the American Museum of Fly Fishing for a special screening of Mending the Line on Saturday, August 12, at 7 p.m. EDT at Burr & Burton Academy’s Riley Center to benefit AMFF and the Southwestern Chapter of Trout Unlimited. Mending the Line tells the story of Colter (Sinqua Walls), a Marine wounded in Afghanistan who is sent to a V.A. facility in Montana. There he meets Ike Fletcher (Brian Cox), a Vietnam vet who teaches Colter how to fly fish as a way of dealing with his emotional and physical trauma.
  • Success Camp is Underway!

    64 members of the class of 2027 have officially begun their time here at BBA! We are getting to know our campus, satellite campuses, our norms and behaviors, and each other!
  • The 2023-24 Performing Arts Season Kicks Off Soon!

    The 2023-24 Performing Arts season is nearly underway! Check out this season's offerings, and read on for more information about auditions for the fall play, A Few Good Men.
  • Clean-up Supply Donations

    Neighborhood Connections in Londonderry is collecting cleaning supplies that they will distribute to those impacted by the flood.
  • BBA Rising Senior Kallen Zborovsky-Fenster Selected to Represent Vermont at Boys Nation

    Rising senior Kallen Zborovsky-Fenster has recently been nominated to attend Green Mountain Boys State (GMBS). This esteemed program is part of the American Legion Boys State, a renowned and highly selective educational initiative providing government instruction to high school students across the United States.
  • Bromley Mountain Resort is a valuable community partner

    Burr and Burton Academy is grateful for the contributions of our business partners, like Bromley Mountain Resort.
  • Congratulations Class of 2023!

    Congratulations to Burr and Burton's Class of 2023! This year was the 190th commencement at Burr and Burton, and we are as proud as ever of what this class has accomplished!
  • Alumni Interview: Five Things That Matter with Mark Slade '02

    Mark Slade ’02 always knew that the Northshire would be his home. Despite being drawn to travel and adventure, Mark never questioned whether or not he would make Manchester the place he chose to live, work, and raise his family. Mark’s mother, Bonnie Baird Oulette Slade is a 1967 graduate of Burr and Burton, and Mark married his high school sweetheart, Kate (Coniglio) Slade ’02. You might say that Burr and Burton runs through Mark’s veins, as he and Kate have four children, and their oldest is currently a ninth-grader at Burr and Burton. 
  • Jamie Knafel Awarded State Honor in World of 8 Billion International Student Film Competition.

    BBA Cinema student Jamie Knafel was awarded a state honor in The World of 8 Billion, an international student film competition. Jamie’s public service announcement features the voice talents of drama student Karina Matiku and original music by Lucas Arrington.
  • Pick up some Bulldog gear on May 18th!

    Join us on the Advancement office porch for an end-of-year School Store Pop-up! On Thursday, May 18th from 12:00 to 5:00PM stop by to purchase BBA hats, t-shirts, sweatshirts, and more.
  • BBA to Host Screening of Oliver Stone Documentary: Nuclear Now

    With special thanks to Abramorama, the Burr & Burton Academy Cinematography Program and Film Club are pleased to present a screening event of Oliver Stone’s new documentary Nuclear Now at Burr & Burton Academy’s Riley Center for Performing Arts tomorrow, May 12, 2023 from 6:00-7:50 PM with a live video chat with Director/Co-Writer, Oliver Stone and Co-Writer Joshua S. Goldstein  immediately following the film. All proceeds benefit the Burr & Burton Cinematography Program and Film Club. Tickets are available at bbatickets.com