The Board of Trustees is entrusted with the responsibility to forward the mission of the school and to sustain the existence of The Bush School with an emphasis on generative and strategic considerations. Always keeping the school's mission as the basis for all major decisions, Trustees offer their time, effort, knowledge, and judgment in support of the school’s objectives. In return, Trustees contribute to the advancement of the school, gain a deeper engagement with the Bush community, and have the opportunity to grow personally and professionally.
The Board of Trustees is a volunteer governing body with four principal responsibilities:
- Organizing and managing itself so as to fulfill its duties to the school.
- Planning, developing, and establishing policy and assessing the school's performance.
- The school's financial condition and physical plant.
- Selecting and working cooperatively with the head of school.