Celebrate Miss Bright during Founder's Week! Alumni are invited to join us for Bright School Lunch and tours of the school.
Author and illustrator Jonathan Miller visited with Bright School students to talk about his book series, "The Adventures of Sammy the Wonder Dachshund."
Second grade teacher Denise Hurlbut returned from a trip to Austria and Hungary with new friends, experiences and knowledge.
As we welcome new students and families to Bright in August, let's meet our new faculty and staff members. They attended an orientation and will be working hard to prepare for the upcoming school year. In addition, some teachers are moving to different grades.
Bright Days offers the Bright School experience to young campers ages three to eight where they learn new things and make new friends in a fun environment.
The 42 members of the Class of 2023 graduated under bright sunny skies on the school's field. Mayor Tim Kelly, Class of 1979, spoke and encouraged students to get involves, have courage, believe in their potential and get weird.
Generations of Bright School students have run the 50-yard dash and competed in the sack race over the last 100 years at the Bright School Picnic.
Fifth graders were honored at the annual Recognition Day awards ceremony, and three fourth graders won individual awards.
This year's high jump was spectacular with many special guests and a lot of energy in the gym. Bright School's high jump tradition is more than 40 years old and going strong!