Welcome to Bullis!
This page is especially for Chinese families to help you navigate all of the content in our website and easily find the information that may be most important. If you have any questions, please contact Xiumin Overall, Director of International Family Services.
Click here to browse our school brochure to get an overview of Bullis School's values, program offerings, student body and culture.
Click here to read the document that is sent to all colleges with our students' transcripts as part of their application packages. This piece provides data on enrollment, programs, course offerings, testing and more. You'll also find here information about the four Bullis Signature Programs in STEM, Entrepreneurship, Video and Performing Arts, and Humanities and Global Studies.
The College Counseling department provides one-on-one support to each junior and senior through every step of the college application process. Students receive guidance on testing, essay writing, organization and selecting colleges, and their section here offers a wide variety of resources for parents and students. You may also see the list of all colleges our graduates have attended in recent years.
View a wide variety of videos showing our academic, athletic and arts programs, student involvement and community service.
Everything you need to know about the application process for international students can be found here.
Our Upper School, grades 9-12, offers a wide array of courses, from required subjects to electives, and details about all of the current offerings can be found in this section. Bullis currently offers planned courses of study in four signature program areas—Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM), Entrepreneurship, Humanities and Global Studies and Visual and Performing Arts. Read about the Signature Programs here.
“I am most impressed by the inclusiveness of the Bullis community: it is open to everyone and respects the background of every student. “In class, experienced teachers help students identify interests and talents, and provide them with invaluable guidance and resources. Outside of class, students have a wide range of athletic, art, leadership and community service opportunities, which not only enrich students’ lives but also advance them on the path to their dreams.” Zhuoyang (Thomas) W., 12th grade