Campus is closed to all but Bullis staff members on school business. All activities and events are canceled. All turf fields, grass fields, the Stadium track, the Fitness Center, and the playground are closed.
Bullis launched its Remote Learning Program on Wednesday, March 18, to continue through Friday, March 20, when Spring Break begins. Remote learning will resume Tuesday, March 31, following the break, and is expected to continue through April 24.
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Thank you to everyone in the Bullis community for helping to keep our students learning and our community safe. #BullisRemoteLearning
Onward Faring: A History of Bullis School
Text by Susan King
Foreword by Gerald L. Boarman, Ed.D.
In 1930, Captain (ANG) William Bullis and his bride, schoolteacher Lois Hoover Bullis, founded a small preparatory school in Washington D.C. for post-graduate young men wishing to enter service academies. Captain and Mrs. Bullis could not have imagined then how far their dreams would take them—or how much their school would grow. Nearly ninety years and thousands of graduates later, Bullis School has become one of the finest independent coeducational institutions in the Washington D.C. area.
Onward Faring details the story of Bullis from its beginnings in a D.C. embassy building to today’s magnificent 102-acre Potomac campus—revealing the evolution of the School’s educational strength and its growing community of dedicated staff and outstanding students, alumni, parents and friends. Bullis School’s story is one of tradition, change, challenge and innovation—and is well worth the telling.
This long-awaited hardcover book brings the School’s history to vivid life through narrative, anecdotes and photos—a beautiful volume that every member of the Bullis community can savor, share and treasure. To request a copy of the book, please contact Susan King.