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Lexi B. ‘23

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Lexi B. ‘23
Lexi '23


  • What grade did you start at Bullis?
  • I started at Bullis in 7th grade.

  • What activities do you participate in at Bullis?
  • I love the arts and Bullis has provided me with a wonderful program that has it all! I took theater in 7th grade, and I have been taking dance since 8th grade. I am currently in the Advanced Dance Ensemble. Additionally, I was in the production of "Once On This Island," "Pandora's Box," and "The World of Dance" show inside the Bullis community. I work with many companies, including Imagination Stage and Take The Stage Performance Company, outside of Bullis where I continue to dance and perform as well. Also, I took two art classes at Bullis including printing and sculpt-making with Ms. Donnegan, which was one of my favorites. Lastly, I participated in the Bullis talent show, by singing and playing the guitar,and had the honor of singing with Victoria Marshall at our eighth grade promotion.

    I was elected into SGA as a class representative. I was in the Community Service Club and raised money for Comfort Cases by selling handmade jewelry and I volunteered many times as well. I also am currently in Bullis Student Tutors. Additionally, I played on Bullis' field hockey all throughout middle school and fall of my freshman year.

  • What global challenge would you like to see tackled and how do you see yourself contributing to the positive change that you desire?
  • I would like to tackle the Great Pacific garbage patch. In eighth grade I did a presentation on this global challenge because it is a major problem that goes unnoticed with everything else going on in the world. I love animals and it kills me to know they are dying from our garbage. Our world and our marine life are suffering because of our mess. And there is so much we can do to fix it. I hope to make a difference by hosting garbage cleanups in the near future. I also want to spread awareness of this global issue before things get worse and our world harshly suffers. 

  • Why Bullis?
  • Bullis thrives as a caring, challenging, community. I became a bulldog in seventh grade because I needed to be in a smaller environment where I truly felt appreciated and supported not only as a learner, but also as a performer and a dancer. At Bullis, I have formed wonderful connections with my teachers over the past four years and I have created amazing friendships that I will always have. Bullis is a place where learning is greatly encouraged, but there is also a specific energy at Bullis that goes far beyond learning. The students are eager to support one another and share their successes with the Bullis community, the teachers are avid to teach and help support their students in all ways that they can, and the entire Bullis community is proud to be a Bullis Bulldog. As I drive into the beautiful campus each day, I smile and think how lucky I am to be part of such a fantastic place. I have been given a vast amount of opportunities that I know will make me a stronger and more successful learner and person as I continue my journey through life!

  • Class of 2023
  • Upper School