Summer is a great time to learn and meet new friends. Bright Days is our summer program for early learners.
Graduation was held outdoors, and 43 fifth graders are our newest alumni. Students played recorders and hand bells and sang "Country Gardens," a longtime graduation tradition.
A great day for the Bright School Picnic! We had the picnic on campus this year with all parents and students, lots of races, tug-of-war and fifth grade softball game.
Fifth Grade Recognition Day honors students for their achievements in the classroom, on the athletic fields, after school, in music and community service.
High school junior Meghan Boehm ’16 gives back to the community in many ways and is this year’s recipient of the Citizen of the World Award. Meghan accepted the award on Wednesday and spoke to fifth graders, who selected her as the winner.
The PK luau is a tradition in our early childhood program. Our young students enjoy performing songs and dances to tropical pieces.
Kindergarten has been a fun journey this year from the first day of school to meeting fifth grade buddies and to the days leading up to the end of school.
It's a tradition for the alumni graduating from high school to return to Bright and celebrate. The Class of 2015 received letters they wrote to themselves as fifth graders.
Grandparents and grandchildren share a special bond, and we like to celebrate that with a day set aside for these special guests. Students performed and showed their guests around their classrooms.
Members of the Class of 1972 returned to Bright School for their 50th reunion and enjoyed touring the school and visiting with former classmates and teachers.