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List of 3 news stories.

  • Advanced Wilderness Class Treks Mt. Dickerman

    The Upper School Advanced Wilderness Skills class, comprised of six students from Ninth to Twelfth Grade, has completed another challenge: planning and executing a day hike as a team without their teachers, Jay Wyatt or Alban Howe, leading or facilitating the class. The students worked hard to plan every aspect of the trip, including route selection, navigation, equipment, food, group communication, and decision making. The students led Jay and Alban up Mount Dickerman, charging to the top in two and a half hours covering 4000 feet of vertical gain. Their efforts were rewarded with spectacular views of the entire Cascade Range. You can see photographs from their adventure here.
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  • Norse Mythology Was a Hit!

    The Bush Middle School Drama students packed the house for two productions of "Norse Mythology" on Wednesday, April 24 and Thursday, April 25. As you can see from these photographs, the show was spectacular. Congrats to everyone involved in this project.
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  • Seattle Parents Came Together at The Bush School’s Fourth Annual Parent University

    Katie Walker

    In its fourth year, Parent University is gaining a following. “This event gets better every year. This year's vision and intentionality was superb,” said one educator attendee in the follow-up survey. As a community event, the workshop brings in parents from across the region. One parent of adolescents in Seattle Public Schools responded with, “This was a truly well put together and informative event. All the speakers I heard were excellent, engaging, and inspiring.”
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