Capitol Hill overlooking downtown SeattleOct 27, 2011
Located in the historic and extensively renovated St. Nicholas building, the school inspires learning in beautiful classrooms, gardens, playground spaces and neighboring parks.
Our Bright TeachersOct 27, 2011
Our teachers meet each student where they are to guide and develop their emerging individuality
Our Bright StudentsOct 27, 2011
The Waldorf curriculum is multi-disciplinary and experiential. Artistic and practical activities develop self reliance and an appreciation for beauty.
Extracurricular ActivitiesOct 27, 2011
Extracurricular activities provide our middle school students with opportunities to develop their leadership skills and work inclusively with peers
DanceOct 27, 2011
The Waldorf curriculum immerses students in image, sound, and movement.
This intermittent blog series is intended to experience and reflect on the daily learning occurring inside of our classrooms. Merriam-Webster defines physiology as “a branch of biology that deals with the functions and activities of life or of living matter (as organs, tissues, or cells) and of the physical and chemical phenomena involved.” Ms. Kerr’s […]
This intermittent blog series is intended to experience and reflect on the daily learning occurring inside of our classrooms. Ms. D’Souza and the sixth grade class are currently moving through a block about Medieval Europe. On the particular day that I visited them, they began with their morning verse as a familiar anchor point. After […]
Dear BWS Families, Faculty, Staff, and Trustees: WE DID IT! I am writing in celebration, gratitude, and deep, abiding optimism for the future of BWS. Every family, faculty member, staff member, and trustee said YES to Bright Water School through their choice to participate in the Bright Water School Community Fund. This is a tremendous, […]