“When I think of George School, I think of many adjectives—including global, rigorous, transformative, life changing, peacemaking, and world changing. It is no wonder we invited this group, to join our community.”
The Bucks County Courier Times highlighted the local Lower Bucks County high school girls’ tennis teams that will be taking the court this fall, their key players, and their outlooks for 2017.
Eleven members of the varsity volleyball team arrived on campus on Monday, August 21 to spend their last weeks of summer vacation getting ready for their upcoming season.
Almost twenty students arrived on campus Monday, August 21 to participate in the preseason program for candidates for the George School varsity girls’ soccer team.
Thirty George School students arrived on campus early to prepare for their upcoming season. Over the last two weeks, they have worked exceptionally hard and have been focused on both fitness and the tactical side of the game.
Dr. Sarah Dunphy-Lelii ’96 recently visited Uganda for a six-month research fellowship studying aggression in adolescent male chimps. For ten hours each day, she followed and observed 687 chimpanzees in the Kibale National Forest.
Christie Lenée has been performing since the age of four. A naturally born entertainer, she first hit the stage in Tampa, Florida with a song and dance ensemble called Entertainment Revue.
Last year’s squad finished only 3-5, but the team had a lot of challenges to overcome, including the retirement of longtime coach John Gleeson. George Long, boys’ athletic director took over and will remain head coach for the upcoming season.