Renée Mayo ’93, a graduate of the Oliver Scholars program and a recent addition to the George School Development Office, was featured in the Oliver Scholars Spotlight in June 2018.
Blythe Danner ’60 recently returned to theaters this month in the movie Hearts Beat Loud.
Faculty members Carter Sio ’76 and Danielle Picard-Sheehan were awarded gold and silver certificates from Scholastic Art & Writing Awards.
Adam Wilson ’87, the head of school at Griffin School in Austin, Texas, celebrated the opening of a new building on campus.
Meredith Harper Houston ’93, founder and chair of the Swan Within, was recognized at the June 2018 Youth Justice Conference.
Andrew Levengood ’95 has committed $40,000 over the next four years to help current George School students have experiences like the ones that made such a difference to him.
Michael Stricks ’83 joined the HBO original series Divorce for Season 2 as the co-executive producer.
Faisal Saleh ’70 opened Palestine Museum US, a new US-based museum dedicated to researching and preserving Palestinian history, art, and culture in Woodbridge, Connecticut in April 2018.
The Boston University magazine BU Today recently profiled Jean Morrison ’76 and the unusual contents of her office as part of its Office Artifacts series.
More than 700 hundred alumni and guests returned to campus to share memories, reconnect with old friends, and enjoy the festivities.