10601 Falls Road
Potomac, MD 20854

Located on 102 acres in Potomac, Maryland, Bullis is a co-ed, K-12 independent school that prepares students to be critical thinkers, joyful lifelong learners, and impactful global citizens. Our student-centered community embraces diversity, honors integrity and fosters belonging. Students develop passions by exploring opportunities in academics, arts, athletics and service. We believe the best education is achieved when students choose from a broad range of options that encourage flexible thinking, cultivate empathy and help build meaningful relationships. Students gain problem-solving skills in an environment where teachers push the boundaries of traditional learning practices to connect curricula to the real world in classes like entrepreneurship, making for social good and design thinking. Every day, Bullis students boldly journey outside of their comfort zones in pursuit of self-discovery.

Grades: K-12 
Gender: Co-ed 
Lower School Enrollment: 186 
Middle School Enrollment: 221 
Upper School Enrollment: 618 
Average class size: 15 
Student/teacher ratio: 7:1 
Languages offered: French, Spanish, Latin, Mandarin 
Lowest tuition for 5-day students: $41,250 
Annual tuition for grade 12: $54,540 
Students receiving financial aid: 33% 
Uniform: Yes 
Bus transportation: Yes, throughout the metro area  
AP courses offered: 24 
US Varsity sports: Baseball, basketball, cross country, field hockey, football, golf, ice hockey, lacrosse, soccer, softball, swimming, tennis, track & field, volleyball, wrestling   
MS Interscholastic sports: Baseball, basketball, cross country, field hockey, football, lacrosse, soccer, softball, tennis, track & field, wrestling 
Number of art studios: 4, plus dance studio, 2 makerspaces 
Music ensembles: Chorus, chamber singers, concert band, concert choir, jazz ensemble, jazz workshop, string ensemble, winter, and spring musicals and ensembles
LS Arts: Grade-based theatrical productions, 5th-grade musical, visual arts classes & shows, movement classes, general music class and band, string, and choral ensembles. All groups perform several times during the school year.  
MS Arts: Grade 6 & 7 students participate in visual arts classes and shows and one performing arts class (choices: band, strings, chorus, dance, theater). Grade 8 students choose a major and minor area of the arts in which to delve more deeply.  
US Arts: Students may pursue an Honors Capstone. Arts students participate in multiple shows and performances during the course of the year.  US courses are offered in music, audio engineering, theatre, dance, and visual arts.  
Accreditations/Affiliations: Maryland Department of Education, National Association of Independent Schools, Association of Independent Schools of Greater Washington, The Secondary School Admision Test Board, The College Board, The Association of Independent Maryland Schools, The Black Student Fund, The National Association for College Counseling
Founded: 1930