Pictured left: Claire Daum holds the Napolean Cup earned for her team in the 12th grade; pictured right: the 10th grade team holds the victory Napeolean Cup. Students in Ms. Gagliotti's high school history classes competed in friendly debates over political issues, which Ms. Gagliotti named "The Napolean Cup."
Middle School Basketball game @ Holton-Arms School, 2:45 p.m.
Junior Varsity Basketball game @ The Potomac School, 4:15 p.m.
Friday, Jan. 24
End of Second Marking Period
Half-day Dismissal for Middle and Lower Schools (March for Life)
No School for Upper School (March for Life)
Mid Term Exams
Saturday, Jan. 25
Wash. Metro Private MS Swim Championships @ Holton-Arms School, 8:00am – 1:00pm
Monday, Jan. 27
Art History Exhibition for Seniors Art Class. 1:45-3:00 p.m.
in the MPR
all are welcome to attend!
Spread the Word!
Brookewood is having its Winter Open House on Wednesday, Feb. 5 from 9-10 a.m. For more information, contact Helen Williams.
The Nolite Timere Campaign in support of the daily operating budget of the school, is now close to the half-way mark of our $100,000 goal! Your daughter - and each of her classmates - will reap the benefits of your participation every day.
Please click the button below to make your gift to Brookewood School. Your contribution, no matter the amount, can make a difference!
What? A monthly coffee break with other parents and school staff to enjoy and build community among us as we help one another go deeper into the meaning of our role as the primary educators of our children, the partnership with the school in this endeavor, and our own need to continually be educated.
Our desire is not only to chat and exchange parenting techniques but “To educate ourselves to the Meaning of Life so as to Educate our Children. ” We will have a short text to read together and discuss as we enjoy getting to know each other over coffee and tea.
When? Wednesday mornings from 8:00 – 9:00am, monthly
Where?Brookewood’s Multi-purpose Room
Dates? Wednesday January 22, February 19, March 18, April 22, May 20
On the eve of the March for Life, join Catholic Mobilizing Network and The Catholic University of America for a special screening of Where There is Darkness, an award-winning documentary by Stella Mar Films which tells the story of Father Rene Robert and his plea from beyond the grave to save the life of the man who murdered him. Reception to follow.
All are welcome! Bring a friend.
(appropriate for a high school, college and adult audience)
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