• Travel Exhibition
    Fourth-graders present the sixth annual Washington State Travel Exhibition, the culmination of a yearlong inquiry into a town or city in the state of Washington.  The research was published in student created brochures, posters, artifact displays, and websites.
  • Weak Acid + Weak Base = Lesson Learned
    Upper Schoolers in Dan Jewett's Chemistry class revisit a lab from last week to investigate why the results were so varied. The culprit: the use of a weak acid and a weak base while trying to measure levels of carbon dioxide. Learning from the failure, Dan and the students adjust the assignment appropriately.
Located in Seattle, Washington's Madison Valley, The Bush School is the city's oldest K-12 independent, coeducational day school offering rigorous academics along with robust programs in the arts, experiential education, and athletics. Small class sizes and our committed faculty make the educational experience at Bush one that stays with students forever.