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Welcome to The Bright School

The Bright School was founded in 1913 by local educator Miss Mary G. Bright, who was head of the school until 1961. With an enrollment of more than 300 students in grades junior pre-kindergarten through fifth, Bright School seeks motivated students, offers a child-centered curriculum and develops in children a lifelong love of learning and a sense of responsibility that provides a critical foundation for their future endeavors.

Learn About Admissions

Just moved to town or still looking for a kindergarten or preschool program?

Summer Program

Learn more about Bright Days, our new summer program for early learners. Registration is open.

Celebrating Authors

Our first graders became authors and illustrators during the year and created their own books.

May 26, 12:46 PM ET
Congratulations to the Class of 2017!
May 26, 12:43 PM ET
It was the final graduation for fifth grade teacher Vicki Everett, and the new graduates ended the ceremony with a special dedication to her upon her retirement.
May 26, 12:37 PM ET
Missed graduation or want to see the presentation of diplomas again? This will only take 35 seconds in time lapse.
May 26, 12:33 PM ET
The traditional playing of "Country Gardens" at graduation.
May 26, 12:25 PM ET
The winner of the inaugural Citizen of the World Award is Mimi Vance '10. Congratulations from the Class of 2017!
May 25, 2:15 PM ET
Last day of school and what did Mrs. Kathi do on her last day before retiring? Went for a run with her colleagues!
May 25, 10:34 AM ET
Last day of school! Have a great summer!
May 24, 3:07 PM ET
Just a half day left and then graduation. Today was the last full day of school. Students carried home big bags of their stuff and helped clean out classrooms.
May 24, 12:18 PM ET
This year, fifth graders in Mrs. Warren's class have been corresponding with students of Rabin School Pardes Hanna, an elementary school in Israel. This morning, they met each other via Skype in the library.
May 24, 9:01 AM ET
Moving Up Assembly