Educator, media creator, and producer Leonard (Len) Majzlin ’57 will receive the George School Alumni Award during Alumni Weekend, May 6–8, 2022. The George School Alumni Award recognizes alumni who have used their talents, expertise, and personal commitment to make a positive impact on those around them. The nominating committee found many reasons to honor Len, but it is his outstanding contributions as an educator through creative vision and design that distinguish him.
We are pleased to introduce Jessica Harms, the new George School new director of alumni engagement. We interviewed her to learn a little more about her hopes and dreams for keeping alumni connected to our community.
Jeffrey Love ’19 qualified for the 2022 Indoor NCAA Division III Championships for the second time in his collegiate career at Connecticut College and will race in the 5,000-meter run. Jeffrey posted a career-best mark of 14:27.74 in the 5,000 at the Tufts final qualifying meet in Medford, Massachusetts on March 5, 2022.
Artisan Woodworking Teacher, Carter Sio ’76, fell in love with woodworking when he was a student at George School. His own woodworking students have now created an estimated 1,000 purposeful keepsake boxes.
The varsity girls’ basketball team, seeded #3 in the Pennsylvania State Independent Schools Athletics Association (PAISAA), won their first game in the Commonwealth Cup Championship on Tuesday, February 22. The next game for the team at “States” is at home on Thursday, February 24 at 5:00 p.m.
The Advancement Office is now seeking nominations for its annual Alumni Awards, which are presented during Alumni Weekend, taking place May 6—8, 2022. Any George School alum celebrating a reunion is eligible for nomination.
Lael Brainard ’79 was recently selected by President Joe Biden to be Vice Chair of the Federal Reserve Bank. Upon confirmation, Lael will be just the third woman to serve in the position.
Of the many George School alums who found careers in music and theater, Stephen Sondheim ’46 is the most prolific. He is a legend in the musical theater industry producing music and lyrics to nearly twenty of Broadway’s biggest hits.
Woodworking teacher, Carter Sio ‘76 and student Charlie Sizer ’22, were both selected to be featured in the Works in Wood, New Hope Arts 22nd Annual Juried Exhibition.