Fourth graders shared their fiction prose pieces in groups and celebrated the end of their writing unit.
Students met Gobi the dog and the author who found her in the Gobi Desert six years ago. Author Dion Leonard and Gobi visited Bright and told their story.
Too busy to cook during the holidays? The PA is offering take-and-bake dinners from Main Street Meats.
Students in grades PK-5 perform in the traditional Thanksgiving musical program on Friday, November 18. Watch the archived livestream.
Did you miss our Charleston Wrap fundraiser? Don't worry! You can still order wrapping paper and all kinds of holiday gifts.
Students in upper grades wrote letters and lower grades drew pictures to send to veterans and active duty military for Veterans Day. Fifth graders in shop made wooden pens to send to troops.
Fifth grader Ade Akinlaja correctly spelled a series of tricky words to win the Bright School Spelling Bee. The top three finishers advance to the Zone Bee this winter.
O.J. Morgan, who retired as head of school after 17 years in 2021, was honored by the Tennessee Association of Independent Schools. Mr. Morgan received the Sawney Webb Award, which honors administrators who have made outstanding contributions to the field of independent school education.
The Bright Post is the school’s internal post office run by third graders, who collect, check and stamp and deliver postcards students write to each other and faculty and staff throughout the year.