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An Advanced Math Curriculum Customized for Every Student

Members of the George School Math Department tackled the challenge to redefine their curriculum to closely tailor an academic experience to the needs of each individual student. Some of the new offerings will include Data Analysis, IB HL Applications, a tax prep class and service opportunity, and Fast Fourier Transform (FFT) and its Role in Algebraic Computation.

New Book from English Teacher, Courtney Bejgrowicz

The book shares sixty-eight tips that span five sections: Life, Job Search, Career, Financial Independence, and Health and Relationships. Courtney and her father envision the book helping new high school and college graduates or truthfully, anyone wishing to live a more fulfilled home and work life.

Annika Crawford ’22 Takes Best in Show at Phillips Mill

The 2022 Phillips’ Mill Youth Art Exhibition is now online, showcasing the works of students from twenty-three area high schools. Annika Crawford ’22 won Best in Show for her painting Alton. Juror Bill Jersey remarked, “Exceptional… Extraordinary… hard to believe a student has done this piece.”

Wins Add Up for George School Math

The results of the American Mathematics Competition exam are in and George School, once again, has much to celebrate. Seventy-three students took the exam in November, and eight qualify for the next round of the exam.

Helping Students Build Accountable Communities

Transformative Justice is a new immersive course planned for the 2022-2023 academic year that focuses on incarceration, its history and impact, and conversations relating to reform. Developed to give students credit in both history and…

George School Offers Global Studies Opportunities for Students

International engagement and interdisciplinary learning are cornerstones of Global Studies at George School, part of the Signature Academic Program. During 2022-2023, students will have the opportunity to take courses that include a travel component to…
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