Benjamin students and faculty enjoyed a wide variety of fall traditions, both old and new, across both campuses on All Hallows’ Eve. Lower School students participated in the annual Halloween parade - one of the School’s most beloved traditions. Lower School students, escorted by “14-Year-Club” seniors, marched around the field to show off their costumes for the crowd of parents, faculty and friends. Following the parade, the seniors who have attended Benjamin since Pre-Kindergarten, assembled in front of the Banyan trees for their iconic club photo.
WOW students participated in their own grade-level parade on October 30. The little Bucs proudly paraded around the quad dressed in their most fun and frightful Halloween attire.
Middle School students celebrated the holiday with an inaugural "Buc-o-Ween" spearheaded by Middle School Academic Dean Chuck Maddox. They enjoyed games of cornhole and giant Jenga while dressed in their most spirited orange and blue attire. The group enjoyed their tenth-annual pumpkin decorating contest followed by a Halloween pizza party.
The Upper School Student Council hosted a Halloween competition and opened their doors to the “Best Buddies” for an afternoon “Seek N Treat” that featured candy stations around campus for the Buddies.
A premier PK3 - Grade 12 independent, coeducational day school with campuses in North Palm Beach and Palm Beach Gardens. Since 1960, The Benjamin School has provided a challenging college preparatory education to a diverse student body in a structured, nurturing community environment.