George School is pleased to announce that Colin McKay ’16 of Doylestown, Pennsylvania has been named a semifinalist in the National Merit Scholarship competition based on his high performance on standardized tests.
Meredith Monk ’60 has received the National Medal of the Arts from President Obama. The medal is the “highest honor in the United States specifically given for achievement in the arts.” The award is one of several Meredith has won in her lifetime including the MacArthur grant.
Dana Falsetti ’11 has grown her Instagram community of nearly 43,000 followers by debunking the myths about body ideals usually associated with yoga.
Hank Stern ’46 lettered in tennis at George School and his team coached by Jack Talbot was undefeated for three years in a row. Hank too was unbeaten in those three years. At Haverford College, his team went undefeated during his four years and captured the first Middle Atlantic League championship in Haverford College history.
Students in Polly Lodge’s IB Biology classes studied the various native plants and animals in the Newtown Creek, running along the northwest corner of campus.
George School varsity football defeated host Morrisville on Friday, September 11, 2015, and are now 2-0. Quarterback Luke Haug ’16 rushed for four touchdowns and threw for a fifth to Kiany Probherbs ’17.
Gather and network with fellow George School alumni on Thursday, October 8, 2015 from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. at Pennsylvania 6 in Philadelphia.
Laney Pope ’17 was named an Amateur Athletic Union (AAU) Volleyball Academic All-American for 2015. The award recognizes athletes participating in the AAU Junior National Volleyball Championships for the excellence in academics as well as athletics.