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Brandon Bailey

Title(s) Assistant Head of Upper School, Junior Varsity Ice Hockey Coach

Teaching is learning and in that, a process. By understanding our desired end we can uncover many necessary and requisite skills in that process, with the hopes of finding talents and building confidence in students. Once we conquer the basic foundational elements of learning and skill development, students can apply Bruce Lee’s concept of Jeet Kune Do where he states we as humans can learn by “Using no way as way. Having no limitation as limitation.”

I like to help students bring literature off of the page and into their lives. Whether tackling topics of bioethics or interviewing two key players in the Stanford Prison Experiment, teachers must make the literature matter to students.

I’ve been fortunate to work across a variety of school models and thereby meet many different kinds of people. The opportunities present at Bullis are staggering and promising.

Faculty Information
Department(s) Administration, Upper School
Degree(s) B.A., York College of Pennsylvania
M.Ed., York College of Pennsylvania
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Bullis School
10601 Falls Road Potomac MD 20854
301.299.8500 ・ Contact Us

Latest Campus News

At 8:00 a.m. on Wednesday, March 19, most businesses and schools were shut down because of the Covid-19 outbreak, but for students of Bullis School, a full school day was beginning. How did Bullis create a remote K-12 experience true to the best about the school and stand it up in a matter of days? Here is a behind-the-scenes look into what went into the seamless transition to the Bullis Remote Learning Program.
9th Grade Human Geography students completed a 3-day Model United Nations Simulation this week on the topic of climate change and the ways in which countries can work together.
Choice, collaboration, and growth without grades: during Bullis Discovery Days, students and teachers pause their regular school routines for an immersive experience in something new.
Human Geography Megacity Project
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