News at Buckley

Register Today for Buckley Summer Camp 2022!

Summer Camp 2022 registration is live on the Buckley website!
Summer Camp looks a little different from last summer as we have added two weeks of camp programs without an academic focus. To mirror last summer, we will also offer two, 9-day sessions with academics in the morning and fun activities in the afternoon. 

For Kindergarten Adventure dates/sessions please email If you have questions about Summer Camp, please email 

New and returning Buckley families can now register for Summer Camp 2022 here. 

Registration for non-Buckley families opened April 11 at 10:00 A.M. here.

Other News

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  • K-2 Field Day Brings the World to Gilley Field!

    Venturing through campus and up to Gilley Field, students in kindergarten, first, and second grade were in for a treat! Each class represented countries from around the world including France, England, Chile, Italy, Ireland, and Mexico. Students spent the morning playing soccer, exercising, and enjoying time playing with their friends. 

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  • Two Middle School Casts Dazzle in One-Acts

    by communications intern Miles G. '25
    The final theatrical performance of the year has wrapped! Last week, the Middle School plays The Cinematic Life of Darcy and Box were performed in the black box Theatre Lab. 

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  • NASA Astronaut Visits Campus

    Former NASA astronaut, Columbia professor of mechanical engineering, and the senior advisor for space programs at the Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum Mike Massimino visited an Astronomy Club meeting via Zoom last week during lunch, on April 26.

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  • This Year's Dance Concert: Fem and Ism

    by communications intern Miles G. '25
    Just when it felt as though we were just getting started, we finished the final main stage production of the year, the dance concert. This year’s theme was Fem and Ism. All Upper School dance classes and the advanced Middle School dance class participated. Most of the dances in the concert were choreographed by students within these classes. 
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