Kindergarten students participate in the usual variety of activities during choice time, but with an added choice appropriate for the season: baking a "Love Cake" inspired by "Apple Cake: A Recipe For Love" by Julie Paschkis.
Second-graders in Cecily Metzger's class choose from four options with flexible time, including an 'extreme' dot-to-dot so challenging and rewarding that a handful of students brought it out to recess to continue working on it.
Sixth-graders experience a mock courtroom scenario as they try and decide a fictional case involving a break-in on campus. Suspects include Middle School Director Jay Franklin and the conspicuously dressed Middle School Administrative Assistant Victoria D'Amelio. Seventh grade history teacher Ted Millan, a former attorney, serves as judge.
The Bush School is an independent, coeducational day school located in Seattle, WA enrolling 630 students in grades K–12. The mission of The Bush School is to spark in students of diverse backgrounds and talents a passion for learning, accomplishment, and contribution to their communities.
The Bush School does not discriminate in matters of employment, recruitment, admissions, or administration of any of its programs on the basis of race, color, creed, religion, national or ethnic origin, disability, gender, or sexual orientation. In addition, The Bush School does not discriminate in matters of employment on the basis of age or marital status.