If you visited the Wood Shop recently, you may have noticed it was more quiet than usual and no, it is not because the students were on spring break. It is all thanks to the newly updated equipment purchased with funds from the Hallowell Fund.
George School is pleased to announce that two students took the top prize at this year’s Bridge Film Festival. Sam Mironko ’17 and Ava Navarro ’18 won the top prize for their collaboration Being Other, a documentary that focuses on four multicultural and multiracial teens.
News of the death of John Streetz in March has left many in the extended George School family mourning the loss of our beloved teacher, coach, colleague, and friend. We will gather to honor John’s memory and celebrate his life on Sunday, May 21, 2017 at 1:00 p.m. in the George School meetinghouse.
The Bucks County Courier Times highlights Kenneth Rodriguez ’19 and the varsity baseball team’s win over Abington Friends School on Friday, April 21, 2017.
The varsity girls’ lacrosse team defeated Abington Friends School 14-7 on Monday, April 17. Defensively eleven team members earned ground balls, with Eva Kinnel ’20 and Bonnie Devenney ’17 leading the team with three each. Thirteen team members caused turnovers, a record for this season.
During this year’s Alumni Weekend celebration, May 5 to 7, 2017, the community is invited to say farewell to this year’s retiring faculty.
George School’s annual Art for Relief program took place March 31 and April 1, 2017. This year’s beneficiary was SOLA: School of Leadership Afghanistan—a program for education of girls and young women in Afghanistan.
George School student Devon DeBari ’18 was awarded a Summer Scholarship to attend the University of the Arts Summer Institute for Art, Media, and Design from Scholastic Awards.