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  • Summer Play Opens July 27

    Each summer, the Upper School Drama Department produces a play over four weeks. For more about the Upper School Theater Program and the summer play, click here to read an article from summer 2017.

    Performances
    Friday, July 27 at 7:00 p.m.
    Saturday, July 28 at 2:00 p.m. and 7:00 p.m.
    Benaroya Theater on the Bush campus
     
    Tickets are free, but you can reserve them ahead of time by following this link: 
     
    We’ve seen them in movie theaters and in comic books, seen their names on products and different versions of them in pop culture. We all think we know the Norse gods and their stories, but there are sides of the mythology that may surprise you. Loki was not cruel, but clever. Thor was not brutal, but brave. And those are only the two most well-known in a pantheon that valued justice over everything, and believed that strength and cleverness must coexist.
     
    Come explore the rich history of Norse mythology and support the Bush Upper School Drama department as they present Saga: Tales from Norse Mythology. Written by our own Jeremy Bryan and workshopped by Upper School students as part of the AMP program, Saga explores the lesser known stories of these familiar gods, the culture that worshipped them, and the power of stories to span thousands of years and miles. These are tales with humor, but also tales with unknown corners that take darker twists.
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  • Summer Campers Explore Deep Creativity

    Summer camp returns next week, July 23! In June, campers experimented with 3-D printing, learned about the deep sea and its inhabitants, practiced sewing, and learned improv with Stone Soup Theater. July and August will bring Adventure Art and Magic Movement, Coding, Magic, and more to the Lower School camps, while Middle School students will take on Parkour, Paddle Boarding, becoming a rock band, and learning self-defense. In the Upper School, summer programs in writing—for incoming Ninth Grade students and those writing college essays—study skills, and self-defense take center stage in August.
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  • Graduation 2018

    On Sunday, June 10, The Bush School's Class of 2018 performed the graduation ceremony on campus, surrounded by family, friends, and K-12 faculty. Thank you to our student speakers, Ethan, Willa, Seb, and Rumi, and our faculty speaker, Melissa Lanctot. Thank you to Belqeis for introducing Melissa. Thank you to our Head of School Percy L. Abram, Board President Justin Moon ’91, and Upper School Director Ray Wilson for their part of the ceremony.

    A video of this event will be made available to families over the summer. We will email it out when it's ready as well as add it to Vidigami.

    For all photos including family photos and the presentation of diplomas, please log into Vidigami. If you have any issues, contact Katie Walker, Associate Director of Communications, at katie.walker@bush.edu.
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