George School Senior Publishes First Book

Before coming to George School, Jiayi Luo ’20, could not write in English. “I wrote only in Chinese and only for my own pleasure: sci-fi, mystery, fan fiction, that sort of thing,” she said. Now, Jiayi has written and published her first book, Flames in Amber:  Cautionary Tales of Action and Inaction, entirely in English.

George School Students Shine in Scholastic Awards

Each year, the Scholastic Arts and Writing Awards honor the vision, ingenuity, and talent of the nation’s youth, and provide opportunities for creative teens to be celebrated. This year, a record twelve George School students were awarded thirteen Gold Keys for various works in writing and arts.

Students and Faculty Cross Disciplines for IB

Students from IB Environmental Science & Systems, IB HL Economics, IB HL World Literature, and IB Global Politics recently came together to participate in an interdisciplinary project titled, Democratic Republic of the Congo: Global Responsibility in the Past, Present, Future.

Alexandra Long ’20 to Earn 12 Varsity Letters

When Alexandra Long ’20 was voted captain of the girls’ varsity basketball team four years ago, she was just a freshman. Her father, George Long, who coaches the team, was worried it would cause some angst among the team’s older players.

2020 Quaker Youth Conference to be held at George School

On Thursday, January 30, 2020 one hundred and fifty students and teachers from twenty-three Friends high schools from the US and Canada will descend upon the George School campus to participate in the 2020 Quaker Youth Leadership Conference (QYLC). George School last hosted in 2010.

Students Selected for Phillips’ Mill Exhibit

George School is pleased to announce that seven students have been selected to exhibit at the 2020 Phillips’ Mill Youth Art Exhibition. One student has been recognized with an honorable mention.

Ben Luber Leads Team to Winning Season

Coach Ben Luber joined the George School community just two months before leading the varsity boys’ basketball team to their first win. Since that time, the team has gone on to have a 10-5 record, including winning the last seven games.

Geno McDermott ’04 Brings Killer Inside to Netflix

Netflix’s new documentary series Killer Inside: The Mind of Aaron Hernandez debuted after much anticipation on Wednesday, January 15, 2020. The three-episode series, produced and directed by Geno McDermott ’04, explores the former NFL player’s involvement in the 2015 murder of his future brother-in-law, his prison suicide, and chronic traumatic encephalopathy.

Faculty Members Heading to EDUCon

Faculty members Chris Odom, Brian Patton, and Academic Technology Integrationist Howard M. Glasser will present at the EDUCon Conference in Philadelphia on January 25 at 3:00 p.m.

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