At Bullis, we believe that the best education is achieved through a balance of academics, arts and athletics. Here, students learn and grow, discover their passions, achieve their highest potential and develop the best tools to succeed in college and beyond. At the same time, they are happier and more confident through community-building, service, strong teacher relationships and our healthy Bullis balance.
Combining superior academics, arts and athletics with signature programs—in STEM, Entrepreneurship, Visual and Performing Arts, and Humanities and Global Studies—Bullis leads the way in 21st century educational approaches. Located on a 100-acre campus in Potomac, Bullis offers a highly diverse student body and a unique combination of traditional with progressive for all students. Top-rate facilities include the new 70,000-square-foot Discovery Center with Fab Lab, Entrepreneurship Center, blackbox theater, classrooms and labs, student center and more to engage students in their learning and with each other all day long.
Visit during open house on Oct. 29, campus tours throughout the fall or through individual appointments.
Learn more at our website or contact the Admission Office at 301-983-5724.
Total number of students: 845
Average class size: 15
Student/teacher ratio: 7:1
Religious affiliation: None
Grade foreign language first offered: 3rd
Languages offered: French, Spanish, Latin, Chinese
Lowest tuition for 5-day students: $32,500
Annual tuition for grade 12: $41,057
Students receiving financial aid: 27%
Bus transportation: Yes, throughout the metro area
Teacher retention rate: 92%
Number of AP courses offered: 17
Varsity sports: Baseball, Basketball,
Cheerleading, Cross-Country, Field Hockey,
Football, Golf, Ice Hockey, Lacrosse, Soccer,
Softball, Swimming, Tennis, Track & Field, Wrestling
Interscholastic sports (middle): Baseball,
Basketball, Cross-Country, Field Hockey, Football, Lacrosse, Soccer, Softball, Tennis, Track & Field, Wrestling
Number of art studios: 4, plus dance studio
Theater productions per year: Upper School—four theater productions, plus dance shows and musical concert performances; Middle School—one plus dance shows and musical concerts; Lower School—four, plus musical concerts
Music ensembles: Chorus, Chamber Singers, Concert Band, Jazz Workshop, Jazz Ensemble, Strings
Accreditations/Affiliations: Middle States
Association of Colleges and Schools, Maryland Department of Education, National Association of Independent Schools, Independent Education,
Association of Independent Maryland Schools, Secondary School Admission Test Board, The Black Student Fund