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Join us throughout the year

The Bullis calendar is filled with a wonderful variety of academics, arts and athletic events. In addition, the Institutional Advancement Office coordinates several additional events which are a great way to get involved and have fun:

Wine Tasting

Wine Tasting: An evening reception for the Bullis community when fine wines are donated to create the “Bullis Wine Cellar” offered for auction at the Gala.

Bullis Gala

Bullis Gala (March): The biggest event of the year, this themed celebration features an evening of exciting silent and live auctions, with items and opportunities donated by the Bullis community. Our Gala is a major component of the School’s fundraising effort, and succeeds each year through parent generosity and volunteerism.

» View more Gala info

Head of School’s Reception for Donor and Volunteer Leaders

Head of School’s Reception for Donor and Volunteer Leaders: A reception to honor those who make significant contributions of time and resources to the School.

​Grandparents and Special Friends Day

Grandparents and Special Friends Day: A day for grandparents and special family friends to share classroom visits with Lower and Middle School students.

» View a photo gallery of 2017’s event.

Jerry May Annual Alumni Golf Tournament

Jerry May Annual Alumni Golf Tournament (May): Join parents, alumni, staff and friends for an afternoon of golf and camaraderie, to support the Alumni Association.

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The Institutional Advancement Office hopes to see each of you at these events and others, and we look forward to working with each of you in some capacity during the new school year.

Please feel free to contact , Director of Events & Alumni Engagement, at 301-983-5739 with any questions.

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