Fourth and fifth graders sorted items and stuffed goody bags for homeless people who receive help at the Chattanooga Community Kitchen.
Fourth graders taught us what is really takes for reindeer to learn to fly. They have to be kind and considerate first.
At Bright, small class size is key to individual learning and differentiated instruction. When a student needs additional enrichment or extra support, the Kilbride Enrichment Center is here to provide that with both literacy and mathematics.
Students, parents, faculty, and alumni gathered for the first-ever outdoor community tree lighting that featured a musical concert, candy canes for alumni and caroling.
The Bright School wishes you and your family a wonderful Thanksgiving and a restful and safe break. Enjoy watching our students sing for each other.
Visitors from La Paz Chattanooga talked to fifth graders about their home countries of Mexico and Guatemala. They focused on their favorite foods and holidays.
The gym, long a fixture in the Bright School experience, has a new look after more than 45 years. The renovated gym was dedicated as the Pamela Dee Blevins Gymnasium.
Students wrote letters and drew pictures to send to active military and veterans through A Million Thanks in observance of Veterans Day.
Congratulations to the top spellers in our spelling bee! Fourth grader Nayana Vardhana correctly spelled Darwinism to win the bee.