June was a busy month at the Bush Upper School project site. The generator between Wissner and Gracemont was pulled while extensive site utility work took place and is on-going.
10 new modern classrooms and 20,000 square feet in additional educational space will create an even more robust and adaptable learning environment for our students and teachers. The expanded space will allow Bush to thoughtfully grow our Upper School admissions capacity bringing a a greater diversity of student perspectives to the classroom. Class size will continue to remain small relative to our peer schools and without the need to increase faculty commensurately, the larger student body will allow the school to fulfill other strategic priorities, including financial aid and staff compensation.
The new Lake Washington Entrance will provide enhanced ADA accessibility to the Upper School campus and the new multipurpose room will allow students and teachers across our K-12 community to gather and connect.