Students celebrate differences and similarities at retreat in Blairstown
The MBS community is open, warm, and supportive. As a result, it is highly empowering, and students thrive because they feel at home and at ease.
No two students will have precisely the same MBS experience, and that is exactly as it should be. We know and nurture each student as an individual. Our faculty employ differentiated teaching approaches, addressing each student’s particular strengths and needs.
Beyond the classroom, students are offered a universe of opportunities: artistic, and athletic; curricular and co-curricular. Even more important, we guide and encourage every student to pursue them all. We urge them to risk new endeavors, discover new talents, and see themselves in new ways.
An MBS education takes you places. Cultural trips, service projects, and fieldwork extend intellectual exploration beyond the walls of the classroom and connect textbook topics to real-life issues. The result is a set of rich, project-based experiences, and a clear understanding that learning is a relevant, real-world endeavor.
The MBS community is open, warm, and supportive. As a result, it is highly empowering. Students thrive here because they feel at home and at ease.
Former MBS teacher speaks about building his lakefront home
Laura Kirschenbaum speaks to 8th Grade Class about the Holocaust
MBS sophomore learns about different financial markets for Independent Study
Philicia Levinson and Carly Drum-O'Neill speak as part of Financial Literacy Week
Will Watson '20 examines ongoing conflict that began in 2015
MBS Middle Schoolers take financial literacy mini-semester
MLK Assembly features spoken word, song, dance, and video
Oliver Simon '20 leads MBS faculty through interactive activity