Catch up with Radiance Walters Harris ’02, an award-winning trademark attorney, bestselling author, speaker, and founder and managing attorney of Radiance IP Law. Check out her Alumni Spotlight in Bullis Magazine.
|10 |||K-12 Social Studies Paves the Way for Curriculum Work Focused on Equity, Justice, and Inclusion|
|16 |||The WheeStroll Project: Collaboration, Ingenuity, and Empathy|
|20 |||Graduation: Class of 2021|
|2 |||Head of School|
|5 |||Division Heads|
|3 |||News Bites|
|30 |||Alumni Spotlight|
|34 |||Class Notes|
|40 |||Mystery Alumni Photos|
Faced with the challenges of the pandemic, the Bullis Art Department made the decision to suspend work in the darkroom this past year. Bullis teacher Kelsey Donegan came up with a brilliant alternative for students to gain “darkroom” experience without the darkroom.
All 6th grade social studies students expanded their worlds with a two-part virtual trip to South Africa’s Robben Island Prison, home to political prisoners during the Apartheid era and beyond.
Teachers often think outside the box when designing lessons for their students. This year, as normal educational methods met challenges, Bullis teachers found solutions—inside actual boxes.
The first project of the school year for Upper School Visual Arts students — the Postcard Project. Students crafted postcard artworks and wrote messages of gratitude and appreciation to Bullis faculty for all they do.
Alumni Spotlight: The Alumni Office caught up with Andrew Banadda, Class of 2006, who shared some great Bullis memories and advice for Bullis students.
Faith Darling, Dean of Faculty, reflects on 'measures of variability' by adapting to changing expectations, teaching modalities, and technology tools to stay connected.
(Continued from Bullis Magazine Fall-Winter 2020-2021 Issue)