Spring Sports Update: Varsity Baseball vs. Drew

Brooks Carman's latest installment on the Bay spring sports scene details a recent match-up between our boys varsity baseball team and Drew. Read on for details of the Breakers' big win. The baseball team’s 10-run third inning was more than enough for Bay to rout Drew, 14-1, on Tuesday, May 12. Nine different Breakers collected... Continue Reading →

Passions and Problems

Next in his series for The Bay School Blog, Academic Dean Andy Shaw shares his thoughts on how students can - and should - use their interests and passions to solve meaningful, real-world problems. Education, especially independent school education, has a tendency to get buzzword-y and caught up in trends. One such buzzword these days... Continue Reading →

“The Invisible Yellow Brick Road”: Amalia ‘15’s Cabaret SSP

Why is high school considered such a crucial and defining point in a person’s life? That’s the question that Amalia has been asking – and answering – for her Senior Signature Project. Her query has led her on a musical journey of self-reflection, set to culminate in a one-woman cabaret performance. “I saw many parallels... Continue Reading →

Spring Sports Update: Girls Varsity Soccer vs. Gateway

Congrats to our girls varsity soccer team on winning the BCL Central League Championship on May 8! Relive an earlier game with Brooks Carman's recap of their April 30 win against Gateway. Late in the first half of the girls’ soccer team’s game against Gateway, 9th-grade goalkeeper Katy Oda made a tremendous diving save to... Continue Reading →

Spring Sports Update: Boys Golf vs. Urban

Brooks Carman is back on the blog with news of boys varsity golf. His recap covers the team's final regular match of the season against Urban. Junior Nathan Wang did all he could to lead the Bay boys varsity golf team with a six-over 42, but ultimately Bay came up six strokes short in a... Continue Reading →

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