In light of the current events and hate crimes against Asian Americans, we are reaching out to check in with you.
Equity, Inclusion, & Justice
Respect and Diversity Are Core Values at Bullis
At Bullis, equity, inclusion, and justice (EIJ) are part of the daily conversation. The work is fundamental to the curriculum.
We value diversity and embrace its many dimensions. We regard interactions among people of various backgrounds, experiences, and viewpoints are essential to developing the respect, empathy, and compassion that lie at the heart of our school.
Integrity, accountability, and trust are central to the relationships we develop at Bullis and to our interactions with those outside of the school community.
Working together with families, we teach students that the well-being of the Bullis community is a shared responsibility and that service to others enables us all to explore our humanity and become active and responsible world citizens.
Equity and appreciation of diversity are core values at Bullis. With the recent issues of racism and turbulence now testing the very core of our beliefs and ideals in this country — we want to share some valuable resources for you and your families to help you navigate these complicated times and the questions that may arise.
Bullis National Honor Society has created a committee dedicated to educating our community about the #BlackLivesMatter movement to create positive change.
Upper School students recite excerpts from Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.'s 1967 speech, "Where Do We Go From Here?".
Special guest Dr. André de Quadros of Boston University discusses community music and its global impact.
Watch the Bullis 2021 MLK assembly.