Bright Days, our summer program for early learners, is open to ages 3-8 and runs through the first week of August. It's going to be a bright day!
Forty-six fifth graders graduated in a ceremony complete with the traditional playing and singing of "Country Gardens."
Becoming wise and compassionate citizens of the world is part of the educational experience at The Bright School. The school established an award last year to honor young alumni who are leaders in service to others.
First graders love to write and draw stories. The annual Authors' Tea is a time for parents to see what the children have learned and created.
Fifth graders were recognized for academic and athletic achievement and participation in activities in a special assembly. Eighteen fifth graders were presented with the President's Award for Educational Excellence.
The PK luau is a special day with a performance, P.E. activity and party in the pavilion. Students show their parents how much they have learned and grown.
A team of third graders placed first in the elementary division of the Stock Market Game in Tennessee. They gambled big on the last day of trading, and it paid off.
What did students do in P.E. today? It depends on what they were told to do in Spanish. Teams quickly translated sentences in Spanish and performed the activity.
Learn about Iowa, Utah, Rhode Island and Louisiana with our fourth graders, who study all 50 states and complete a state project. It's the academic highlight of the year.
Carol Yim, president of the Parents' Association this year, received the National PTA Life Achievement Award during Open House.