Last weekend, 27 Bullis students attended the Maryland Thespian Virtual Festival to learn from theatre professionals, attend workshops, watch performances, and participated in other activities.
Students in 6th grade took a virtual trip to South Africa’s Robben Island prison, home to political prisoners during the Apartheid era and beyond, through a two-part virtual exchange experience.
Optimal Engagement and Learning with Asynchronous Research Presentation: 8th Grade American Studies Students Use Flipgrid to Teach Their Classmates About Individuals Who Have Changed History During Black History Month & Women’s History Month
Head of School, Christian Sullivan, provides an update on COVID testing, athletics, Prom, enrollment, Signature Programs Symposium, and more.
Dave Schlitter, founder of Maker Pipe, interviews Mr. Zigler, BITlab Coordinator; Benjamin Gordon '22; and Evan Beach '24 to talk about the inspirational Wheelchair Project.
Upper School Humanities students are learning about the history of the Roaring 20s. To reinforce the content learned, students participated in a fun assignment that combines historical research and technology skills.
Head of School, Christian Sullivan, provides an update on Strategic Planning, COVID test results, and more.
Bullis students place first, Ethan Segerman '22, and second, Charlotte Caine '22, for Individual Exhibits in the 2021 Montgomery County History Day competition — and now they are headed to compete at the State level.
Shifting to an asynchronous presentation format allowed all students to actively engage and give constructive feedback on the work of their classmates.