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Lower School Academic Program

Lower School

Learning Essential Life-long Skills

Bullis students start their educational journey in the Lower School where girls and boys in grades kindergarten through five learn essential life-long skills in a joyous environment amid a verdant 102-acre campus.

  • Classroom teachers take full advantage of the flexible schedule to delve deeply into the rigorous curriculum while also acknowledging children’s need to explore and play.
  • Small class sizes provide plenty of time for individual attention, where students are both challenged and supported.
  • The Responsive Classroom methodology provides a nurturing social curriculum that promotes civil discourse, empathy and the development of good manners. 
  • The Lower School curriculum is integrated across subject areas, with a particular emphasis on reading, writing, and mathematics.

Lower School Academic Program Course Map
 

OUr Innovative & highly skilled Lower School Teachers

Lower School teachers are innovative, highly skilled and constantly searching for ways to grow and improve their craft. They develop creative, hands-on projects; use technology in ways that promote reflection, collaboration and communication; and design field trips that take full advantage of our nation’s capital.

Lower School: Readers Workshop

Lower School: Morning Meeting

The Lower School teachers do everything to fine-tune their teaching to the individual child.

Parent Livia C.

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