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Bullis Magazine

BULLIS Magazine is published two times a year by the Communications Office and is all about Bullis - past, present, and future. The magazine is distributed to alumni, parents, grandparents, and friends.

Bullis Magazine Spring/Summer 2023

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In This Issue


5 | Bullis Middle School Makes Global Travel History
14 | Innovative Art Collaborations
20 | Farm School
32 | Class of 2023


2 | Head of School
44 | Advancement


3 | News Bites
4 | Academics
7 | Arts
25 | Faculty


46 | News & Events
52 | Alumni Spotlight
55 | Mystery Alumni Photos
56 | Class Notes

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Bullis at MD Thespys

Bullis students and faculty attended the 2023 Maryland State Thespian Festival to honor student achievement in theatre and to grow as artists. This two-day event had over 300 skill-building workshops, performance competitions, scholarship auditions, and more. Discover this incredible opportunity and the many accolades received by our students.

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Jason Reynolds: Author Study | 8th Grade Language Arts

This article is a continuation of Memorable Middle School Collaboration featured in the Spring/Summer 2023 issue of Bullis Magazine on page 4.

For our last book clubs of the year, students in Language Arts are preparing their end-of-year portfolios, in which they look across their entire body of work from September to June and analyze the pieces they have written.

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Bullis BITlab making for social good

From 3D printing prosthetic devices for students in need to creating communication boards for kids with ALS who are unable to speak or move — Bullis students are making a huge impact. One of the goals of the Bullis BITlab is to give students experiences that prepare them for real-world challenges and provide them with a chance to start making meaningful contributions to their community which is what the Making for Social Good class is all about.

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