Divisions Celebrate Annual Fall Traditions

Benjamin lower school students took to Kennerly Field during the school’s Halloween Parade the morning of October 29. The annual parade has been a Fall tradition at Benjamin since 1960. Students, escorted by their teachers and members of the “14-Year-Club,” paraded around the field outlined by an excited crowd of spectators. 

Head of Lower School Dr. Kristen Sheehan MC’d the morning’s festivities dressed as a witch. Following the parade, members of the “14-Year-Club,” seniors who have attended Benjamin since Pre-Kindergarten, assembled in front of the iconic banyan trees for their annual club photo. Lower school students also enjoyed a spooky visit to the former bank building on US1 that was converted into a haunted house.

WOW students participated in their own Halloween parade around the quad the morning of October 28. Click HERE for a video. 

Middle school students celebrated their fourth annual “Buc-o-Ween,” with games, orange and blue spirit attire, and a visit from Kona Ice. They also enjoyed their division’s annual pumpkin decorating contest. 

The upper school joined in on the Halloween fun with some trick or treating of their own, led by student council. 

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