Dr. Don Thomas last went to space 24 years ago. He is excited about the plans to send astronauts to Mars in 25 years. Luckily, his audience today will be just the right age when that time comes. They are the "Mars Generation."
Students in all grades spent February learning about influential Black leaders, inventors and influential historical figures. For Black History Month, grades completed various projects.
Teachers and students got out their construction paper, markers, scissors and glue to share their love with residents of a nursing home put into quarantine over Valentine's Day weekend.
Using an example of how Stevie Wonder wrote the Happy Birthday Song to push for the creation of Martin Luther King Jr. Day, art teacher Thankful Davis is showing students how to let their voices be heard through art. Each class is creating murals that encourage, unite and uplift fellow students.
Lyn Harris learned to enjoy history as she looked up facts in the World Book and clipped photographs from National Geographic magazines for school projects. She has made researching and telling history her life pursuit and was honored in October with the 2020 Chi Omega President’s Award for her work.
The mittens are lost, and our PK students must find them! This fun outdoor activity encourages students to pay attention to details and use their senses to find the mittens along our trail in the woods.
A year of curiosity, excitement, and tremendous academic growth awaits first graders at Bright School. Students learn greater independence to complete challenging tasks. Learn more about first grade from the teachers.
Students are learning about Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and his legacy this week through books, songs and art. School was closed on the federal holiday Monday, but the school provided resources for families to learn at home as well.
Kristin Baty Watts will be the next head of The Bright School, succeeding retiring Head of School O.J. Morgan in summer 2021. She is currently director of St. Anne's Day School in Atlanta.
Winning is i-n-t-o-x-i-c-a-t-i-n-g! That was the word fourth grader Anna Zmaj spelled correctly to win this year's Spelling Bee.