George School received a 2017 Gold Circle of Excellence Award from The Council for Advancement and Support of Education (CASE) for its recent publication, Meet the Quakers. This is the nineteenth Circle of Excellence Award for George School since 1990.
Ama Karikari-Yawson ’98 hosts How To Make It in The City, a radio show on WBAI Pacifica 99.5 in New York City that usually airs at 4:00 a.m. on Tuesdays. The show explores the practical and spiritual components of achieving success as an artist, entrepreneur, dreamer, and visionary in New York City.
A Quaker-affiliated program, the George School Children’s Center is a community of children, teachers, and parents engaged in creating a safe and open environment where children learn through collaborative exploration with peers, high school students, and adults who nurture them.
Delilah De La Rosa ’97 is the founder of DEPTHWorldwide.com, a platform on which she helps emerging thought leaders and luminaries have an impact on the world. Delilah works with changemakers to help them share their work widely and ultimately spark movements.
George School is pleased to announce the students named to the Honor Roll and/or Head of School’s List for Term 3 of the 2016–2017 academic year.
Last year the George School community participated in a GS Reads program by reading Between the World and Me by Ta-Nehisi Coates. This year, the community will once again participate in the program, but participants will have the opportunity to select one of three books.
For Grammy-nominated songwriter and music producer Nana Kwabena ’04, finding a cure for sickle cell disease is a life-long goal. After his brother Kwame passed away from sickle cell disease in 2011, Nana was inspired to found the nonprofit advocacy organization AllOneBlood.
The Bucks County Courier Times announced its spring 2017 Golden Teams, recognizing the Lower Bucks County high school athletes who had standout seasons this spring. Five George School athletes made the list.