The Bolles Bugle

Mrs. Babcock looking at student test scores in the academic office.

Women Lead the Way: The history of female leadership at Bolles

Amber Bansal, Contributing Writer March 27, 2021

Women in leadership is a recurring theme on the Upper School campus. It started with the first female principal, Mrs. Julie Babcock, a former Bolles teacher and staff member who served as principal for...

Gabrielle Magid ‘11 is the founder and CEO of Stronger Than Stigma (STS).

Stronger Together: Bolles graduate launches mental health nonprofit

Sara Wasserman, Contributing Writer March 21, 2021

"We had to change the campus culture around asking for help.” Gabrielle Magid (‘11) said. Gabrielle Magid graduated from Bolles in 2011. “When she entered a classroom, people could not help but...

Gaitantzis proudly stands on the wing of her T-9 while it is being fueled and looked over.

Christine Gaitantzis: Bolles alum takes to the skies

Ian Wilkinson, Contributing Writer March 20, 2021

The daily rush-hour-like aerial activity at Naval Air Station Jacksonville (NAS) had just begun and this nerdy, adventurous Junior’s soul was soaring. “I’d sit out there during my free period and...

A visual rendering of the proposed Lot J development in Jacksonville.

Lot J and Beyond: Development projects around the stadium, explained.

Cameron Gratz, Contributing Writer March 15, 2021

Jacksonville City Council on January 12 defeated a hotly contested deal to provide taxpayer-funded investment to the Lot J development project. The council voted 12-7, one vote short of the 13-member supermajority...

Jax Schools Respond (Or Not) to Capitol Insurrection

Atticus Dickson, Contributing Writer March 15, 2021

In response to January 6th insurrection, few Jacksonville schools released official statements. Bolles did not release a statement, but neither Episcopal. “As an Episcopal student, we did not receive...

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