Recent News

Twelfth Annual Art for Relief

The twelfth annual Art for Relief, a student-organized night of art to raise money for charity, will be held at George School the weekend of March 31 to April 2. This year’s selected charity is SOLA: School of Leadership Afghanistan—a program for education of girls and young women in Afghanistan.

Registration is Open for Alumni Weekend

Make plans to join us for Alumni Weekend May 5-7, 2017—All community members are welcome. Activities include the All-Alumni Gathering, where we will welcome new Head of School Sam Houser and recognize our retiring faculty members. Saturday will also feature reunion photos, master classes, and memorial meeting for worship.

George School Builds Wood-Fired Kiln

George School announces a unique addition to the school’s arts program, a wood-fired kiln. “Having the wood-fired kiln on campus is the equivalent of having a working model of a historical arts and craft production,” said Amedeo Salamoni ceramics and sculpture faculty.

Dottie Detwiler to Receive Distinguished Service Award

For more than sixty-five years, Dottie Detwiler has been a part of the George School community. Her long career as both an educator and an administrator distinguishes her from most others, so it was no surprise when the community decided to honor her with the 2017 Distinguished Service Award for non-alumni.

Ann Goldstein ’67 to Receive Alumni Award

Anne Goldstein ’67 will receive the George School Alumni Award during the All-Alumni Gathering on Saturday, May 6 during an Alumni Weekend ceremony.
Ann has spent more than forty years at The New Yorker, and is currently head of the copy department, a role she has had since 1987.