Wooden Santas made in shop class, and window painting around the courtyard are just two traditions enjoyed by generations of Bright students.
Vote for our elf vote to help the school win $400 for dining hall improvements. Voting closes on December 20.
Fifth grader Luciana Hemphill won the bee. Fifth grader Ava Gallien was second, and fourth grader Piper Ryan was third.
Donate to the Bright Fund today. The class with the most participation by December 31 is invited to enjoy a FREE Bright School lunch in January.
Art teacher Thankful Davis wants her students to be creators, problem solvers, designers and producers. She helps grow and develop the youngest students and prepare older students for middle school.
Second graders are learning about rocks, minerals, earthquakes and volcanoes and got to apply their knowledge with hands-on activities provided by the Creative Discovery Museum.
Have a Bright Thanksgiving! Read the Thanksgiving message from Head of School O.J. Morgan about the importance of thankful actions.
Students created original works of art using symbols of the day such as marigolds, skulls and spider webs in vibrant colors. They also tasted special bread made for the holiday.
John Pregulman ’70 has taken 487 portraits of Holocaust survivors living in the United States. This journey of discovery led to the creation of a non-profit called KAVOD to help survivors with necessities in times of need.
The Atlanta Symphony Brass Quintet spent the day at school, teaching students about their instruments and performing many favorite songs.