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Eaglebrook School was founded in 1922 by Howard Gibbs as a private boarding and day school for boys in middle school. Learn about our school in Deerfield, Massachusetts then and now, and read about the Core Skills we think every boy should know.
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At Eaglebrook, boys learn more than they ever thought possible, discover inner resources, develop self-confidence, and have fun along the way. Delivering on our mission is only possible through the incredible generosity of alumni, parents, parents of alumni, and friends.”
Eaglebrook Robotics Takes Part in FIRST Tech Challenge
The Eaglebrook Eagles (#15943) traveled to Western New England University in Springfield M.A. on Sunday to take part in the FIRST Tech Challenge (FTC) Mass Regional Qualifier.
In the five scheduled matches in the preliminaries, the Eagles came up short four times to end the day with a 1-4 mark. In one of the losses, our alliance partner was absent due to an early departure from the event to combat poor weather conditions.
The setback did not discourage the team as it prepares for the next regional qualifier which will take place at Andover High School on February 10.
Eaglebrook School has been participating in the FIRST Tech Challenge since 2018.