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  • 1 - The Walsh Wellness Center at Oakes House (Main Reception - All Visitors)

    The Walsh Wellness Center is home to our Main School Receptionist, and the School Nurse Karen Chiang. Academic support tutoring rooms, the Eric and Marla Katz Learning Lab, test kitchen, and yoga studio can also be found at the wellness center. 

    All visitors should check-in with our school receptionist at this location.
  • 2 - Burleigh Davidson (Admission)

    Burleigh Davidson is home to our Admission, Advancement, and Communications Offices and is where our Head of School, Greg Schneider, Assistant Head of School Cindy Briggs, and Director of Cultural Competency, Michael Buensuceso can be found. Admission visitors are welcome to park in the semi-circle parking area in front of BD.
  • 3 - 1791 House

    The 1791 House is home to the BPC (Berwick Parent Community) Office, the Business office, and the Director of Facilities.
  • 4 - The Commons Dining Hall

    Students eat lunch in the Commons on a daily basis. SAGE Dining provides the following options for our students: hot lunch, vegetarian, home made soups and chowders, salad bar, deli bar, and desserts. Also located in the Commons are several music and art studios.
  • 5 - Kendall Lower School

    The Kendall Lower School is home to our Pre-Kindergarten through grade 4 students. We begin with one class of kindergarten students and expand to two sections of grades 1-4. The Lower School houses a computer lab, the Rioux Room (where the entire Lower School gathers on a regular basis for assemblies and sing-a-longs,) an After Care room, and an outdoor playground.
  • 6 - Tennis Courts

    Our JV and Varsity tennis teams utilize the outdoor tennis courts in the spring.
  • 7 - Clement Middle School

    The Clement Middle School is home to our grade five through eight students. The Great Room in the main entrance is used for Middle School assemblies, quiet study, and as an area to display student art work. The Middle School Art room and Academic Support classroom are found on the lower level.
  • 8 - Athletic Center

    The Athletic Center houses a classic wooden gym, a 24,000 square foot multi-purpose field house (with indoor tennis and basketball courts), a professional dance studio, an athletic training room, and a fitness center. Both home and visiting teams have access to individual locker rooms. Our five fields serve our soccer and field hockey teams in the fall and our lacrosse, baseball, and softball teams in the spring. We have a competitive cross-country course that has hosted multiple NEPSAC races. Tennis players use our six outdoor and three indoor courts.
  • 9 - Field 1

    Field 1 is used for field hockey, soccer, and lacrosse.
  • 10 - The Jackson Library

    Completed in 2002, the state-of-the-art Jackson Library is the center of academic inquiry and discovery on campus. The two-story, 16,000 square foot facility houses separate rooms for our Lower, Middle, and Upper School collections, the Technology Help Desk, a computer lab, and quiet study rooms for our students. With over 21,000 volumes, subscriptions to over 75 periodicals, audio-visual materials, and electronic information, the library offers resources in a variety of formats. The librarians and staff are available to assist students with research and guide their reading choices.

    Library Hours

    The library is open the following hours during the school year:

    Fall and Spring

    Monday, Tuesday, Thursday 8:00 AM – Late Bus Departure
    Wednesday, Friday 8:00 a.m. – 3:30 p.m.
    Monday, Tuesday, Thursday 8:00 a.m. – Late Bus Departure
    Wednesday, Friday 8:00 a.m. – 3:30 p.m.
  • 11 - Field 2, Fogg Field

    Fogg field is used by the Middle School and JV soccer, lacrosse, and field hockey teams. This field is also the location for outdoor graduation when the weather cooperates, Lower School field day, and many other school activities.
  • 12 - Patricia Baldwin Whipple Arts Center

    The Patricia Baldwin Whipple Arts Center houses a 290-seat theater, various Lower, Middle, and Upper School art and music rooms, and an Art Gallery in the main foyer. The theater is home to the annual Upper and Middle School musicals, the Dance Performance, and several other musical performances throughout the year. It is also where Upper School students meet for assembly four mornings a week.
  • 13 - Fogg Memorial

    Built in 1894, Fogg Memorial was originally the high school for town students.  Even today, its bell is rung at 8:15 to signify the beginning of the school day.Fogg is now the home base for Upper School students. Located in this building are student lockers, a snack bar, the senior lounge, and areas to congregate. On the academic side, Fogg houses English, history, French, Latin, and Spanish classrooms.  Its third floor, used for study halls, theater-in-the-round, and other special events, gives all a birds-eye view of our extraordinary campus.

    College Admission Officers may park in Fogg lot and check in with College Counseling upon arrival.
  • 14 - Jeppesen Science and Math Center

    The Jeppesen Science and Math Center houses science labs for Lower, Middle, and Upper School students.  The newest addition to the Lower School lab is the Touch Tank – a northern Atlantic water tank  for flora and fauna. In addition to the labs, there are four Upper School math classrooms, a 90-seat lecture hall, and a technology classroom.
  • 15 - Field 3, Turf Field

    The turf field was installed in 2010 and is used by the field hockey, lacrosse, and soccer teams.
  • 16 - Baseball field

    The baseball field is shared by the Middle School, JV, and Varsity Baseball teams.
  • 17 - Field 4

    Field 4 is used by soccer and lacrosse.
  • 18 - Softball Field

    The softball field is used by our Middle and Upper School girls softball teams.
  • 19 - Field 5

    Field 5 is used by the soccer and lacrosse teams.

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Berwick Academy, situated on an 80-acre campus just over one hour north of Boston, serves 600 students, Pre-Kindergarten through grade 12, from Massachusetts, New Hampshire, and Maine. Deeply committed to its mission of promoting virtue and useful knowledge, Berwick Academy empowers students to be creative and bold. Berwick strives to graduate alumni who shape their own learning, take risks, ask thoughtful questions, and come to understand and celebrate their authentic selves.  Founded in 1791 and rooted in a tradition of college preparation, our culture of innovation prepares students for a complex and dynamic world.