Halaylah Lewis-McGlothan ’25 Reflects on Congress of Future Medical Leaders

Halaylah Lewis-McGlothan was a Delegate to the Congress of Future Medical Leaders this June on the University of Massachusetts Lowell campus. Halaylah’s nomination was signed by Dr. Mario Capecchi ’56, P’02, winner of the Nobel Prize in Medicine and the Science Director of the National Academy of Future Physicians and Medical Scientists, to represent Pennsylvania based on her academic achievement, leadership potential, and determination to serve humanity in the field of medicine.

Claire Schmucker ’20 named a Merrill Scholar by Cornell University

A reconnection with a beloved friend is incredibly special. After some time away from George School, Claire Schmucker ’20 and Polly Lodge found themselves in attendance at the 2023 Commencement Meeting for Worship. “Polly’s strong mentorship inspired me to seek out mentors and continue to be intentional about community building in my continued education,” said Claire.

Speech and Debate Team Makes Big Strides in First Season

The Speech and Debate Team, led by History Teacher Peter Paik, completed their first year with great success. Coming from many different backgrounds, students develop critical thinking and public speaking skills through Speech and Debate.

GS Girls Freshmen 4+ takes Bronze

This weekend, George School had 4 boats racing at the City Scholastic Championship in Philadelphia. All the GS rowers raced well at the Championship, helping George School Rowing to become a real contender during the program’s first year!

The Unbranded College Fair Brings a Fresh Perspective to College Search

The Unbranded College Fair is back for year two–this year with 80 schools for students to explore ranging from small liberal arts colleges to huge public universities.

While the college admissions process can often be an overwhelming or stressful experience, College Counseling’s mission is to help students keep an open mind, and even bring some fun to the process with their unique twist on the typical college fair.

Celebrating the Retirement of Carter and Erin Sio

Carter Sio ’76 and Erin Sio will retire at the end of this academic year, leaving a forty-year legacy in the George School community after teaching countless courses, fostering important relationships with students, and co-leading more than half a dozen international service-learning trips, including South Korea, Vietnam, and our original project in Tanzania, all while raising two children (Emma and Dylan Sio ’09). We thank Carter and Erin for their years of service to the school and membership in its community.

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