The schedule for the 2017 Alumni Weekend Schedule includes an All-Alumni Welcome Reception, campus tours, a presentation from the Environmental Stewardship Oversight Committee, and a social on South Lawn.
Jackie Coren, the longtime director of vocal music and the coordinator of the music lessons program at George School, directed her final George School performance during Assembly on Friday, April 28, 2017. Jackie will retire at the end of the 2016–2017 school year.
The George School varsity boys’ tennis team defeated Friends’ Central School 4-1 on Wednesday, April 26, 2017. It was the Cougars third straight win against Friends Schools League (FSL) opponents, keeping them in the hunt for the FSL title.
An anonymous donor, interested in boosting participation rates and dollars raised among reunion classes, has offered a $30,000 challenge to this year’s reunion classes.
“Student Council Weekend is the best weekend on campus,” said Mallory Fritsch ’19. This year’s festivities took place on April 21 and 22, 2017. It was raining and chilly, but the event went on without a hitch.
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.
The Spring 2017 issue of the Georgian profiles twenty-six alumni who work with the moving image, from film and television to digital media, 3D, animation, and video games. This issue is now available online.
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.