Back-to-School 2023-2024

We are so happy you’ll be joining us for the 2023-2024 school year! Visit this page as your back-to-school planning hub to get ready for the exciting year ahead.

Questions? Here’s who to contact:

Enrollment Process: George School Admission Team, 215.579.6547
Financial Aid: 
Mike Murray, Director of Financial Aid, 215.579.6550
Billing, Payments, or Insurance: Rose Rosenberg, Accounts Receivable Specialist, 215.579.6510
Registration: Registration Team
Transportation and Residential Life: Deans’ Office, 215.579.6589
Health and Wellness: Student Health and Wellness Center, 215.579.6715
General Questions: George School Admission Team, 215.579.6547

Learn more about transportation information for day students and boarding students.

Visiting campus? Check out local accommodations and dining. Here’s a campus map.


The Portal gives you secure access to online information and services at GS. New families will get access in the coming weeks!


Term 1: August 28
Term 2: October 2
Term 3: November 7
Term 4: January 4
Term 5: February 12
Term 6: March 26
Term 7: April 30

School Breaks

November 18-26: November Break
December 16 – January 4: December Break
March 16-25: March Break

Key Calendar Dates 2023-2024

Preseason and New Student Orientation (NSO) will be held in mid-to-late August. More details will be shared soon!
28 First Day of School

04 Labor Day: Regular Academic Day
29 WIN Day*

02 Term 2 Begins
21 Homecoming/Family Weekend

3 WIN Day*
7 Term 3 Begins
17 Half Day of Classes
18-26 November Break
26 Boarders Return
27 Classes Resume

15 Half Day of Classes
16 December Break Begins

3 Boarders Return
4 Classes Resume (Term 4 Begins)
15 Special MLK Day Programs

8 WIN Day*
9 WIN Day*
12 Term 5 Begins

14 Half Day of Classes
15-25 March Break
25 Boarders Return
26 Classes Resume (Term 6 Begins)

29 WIN Day*
30 Term 7 Begins

25 Commencement MFW
26 Commencement
27 Memorial Day: No Classes
31 Half Day of Classes; Last Day of School

*WIN stands for “What I need.” WIN days are times for students to rest between terms, socialize with friends, work on long-term projects, … whatever they need. Though academic classes will not meet on these days, sports teams and performing arts may have competitions, performances, practices, and rehearsals, and other art classes may have obligations as well.