Fifth graders created their own pretend businesses that benefit charities by researching all the costs of starting a company from renting a location to shipping packages.
Throughout the day, students completed their 50th anniversary projects, which they presented to the rest of the school in an afternoon assembly. First grade collected 50 gently-used books to donate, and third grade wrote 50 letters to elderly people in nursing homes, for example.
Join us for a special admissions event, Time with Teachers, on Sunday, January 28. This is a great time for parents to meet teachers outside the regular school day and ask questions while children participate in a fun activity.
We wish you a happy 2018! School resumes on Thursday, January 4. Click below for a message from Head of School O.J. Morgan that reminds us to enjoy these wonderful years of childhood.
Fletcher Bright ’43, a lifelong advocate of the school his aunt founded more than 100 years ago, died on Christmas day. Our school has lost a dear friend. We extend our condolences to his family.
Fourth graders performed the first play of the school year about the explorers Lewis and Clark, or is that Clark and Lewis? Learn the history behind their journey and be entertained!
We wish you a Merry and Bright holiday season, and a Happy New Year! Please enjoy our holiday video.
Wooden Santas made in shop class, and window painting around the courtyard are just two traditions enjoyed by generations of Bright students.
Vote for our elf vote to help the school win $400 for dining hall improvements. Voting closes on December 20.
Fifth grader Luciana Hemphill won the bee. Fifth grader Ava Gallien was second, and fourth grader Piper Ryan was third.