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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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  • Book-It Visits Bush

    Last Friday, The Community Room transformed into a theater! Lower School students enjoyed The Upside Down Boy/El Nino de Cabeza, an interactive bilingual play performed by Book-It Repertory Theatre. After the performance, students participated in a talk-back with the actors and stage crew. You can see photographs from this fun event here.
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  • NAIS People of Color and Student Diversity Leadership Conference

    Did you know that students in Nashville, Tennessee were among the first to engage in lunch counter sit-ins at the start of the Civil Rights Movement? Six Bush Upper School students and twelve faculty and staff traveled to Nashville last week to attend the NAIS People of Color Conference and Student Diversity Leadership Conference to reflect on diversity, equity, and inclusion today. This year's conference theme is Equitable Schools and Inclusive Communities: Harmony, Discord, and the Notes in Between. 
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