In their play "Making the Grade," fifth graders reflect on their time at Bright School, highlighting memories from each grade in a format like America's Got Talent.
Bright School won the ISC girls track championship, ending a successful season for both boys and girls.
Third graders made a rose trellis in shop class using plans created by shop teacher Richard Parks' great-grandfather.
Fourth graders took Mr. Morgan on a virtual tour of the 50 states during their week in the Spring of Gratitude. Mr. Morgan loves to travel!
Third graders celebrated Mr. Morgan in the Spring of Gratitude by sharing what they learned during their colonial unit. They ate a colonial lunch, danced and enjoyed a special video.
The 44th Bright School High Jump took place outdoors for the first time. Fifth graders Banks Born and Catherine Curtis were the top jumpers.
Second graders learned about three countries Mr. Morgan visited with students during his time at Bright for their week in the Spring of Gratitude. They studied Germany, Mexico and Japan.
Third graders learned about and dressed as blacksmiths, bakers, milliners, and other tradespeople from the colonial era. Their studies culminated in the traditional Colonial Day with many activities.
High school senior Lauren Yim tutors inner-city children and helps collect items for local food kitchens at her school. Because of her dedication to helping others, she was named the 2021 Citizen of the World, an award for young alumni.
We're getting the Bright School family together for Sunday Fun Day on May 16. Join us for a fun afternoon at Top Golf, where there will be lots of golf and other games, a silent auction and refreshments.