George School has had the honor of having a knowledgeable and skilled research librarian centered in the academic life of the school since 2014. Throughout her years of service, Marion helped maintain a collection of resources that serve the changing needs of George School’s academic program, while also overseeing and participating in all aspects of the school archives.
Jaki Shelton Green ‘7 1 has taken on many professional roles throughout her career, including working as a paralegal, holding positions in the non-profit sector, and in 2018, she was appointed the first African American and third woman Poet Laureate in North Carolina.
This spring, the George School community will say goodbye to longtime teacher, coach, and Friend, Debbie DiMicco ’72, as she retires from George School. Prior to rejoining the George School community in 1979 to teach French, Debbie taught in France after graduating from Swarthmore College.
During Alumni Weekend 2021, George School Board of Trustees members Mike Kosoff ’56 and Betty Lou Thompson ’56 will be honored with the Lifetime of Service Award. This award is given to alumni whose commitment to volunteerism and generosity on behalf of George School make a significant impact on the George School community.
Every spring at Reunions, George School recognizes alumni who have excelled in their chosen profession or have done extraordinary things through volunteer and philanthropic endeavors. This year, the selection committee has chosen Lila Anton ’01 to receive the George School Young Alumni Award for many reasons, among them her impressive work with Netflix Japan.
George School will honor an inaugural round of inductees for The George School Hall of Athletic Honor during Alumni Weekend 2021. The inaugural inductees have all had an enduring impact on George School, its athletics, and the community.
A Tree and Gone by Langhorne poet and former George School English teacher, Terence Culleton is a collection of fifty-four Shakespearean sonnets. The cover art is by Nita C. Lescher ’70.
Three recent George School alums were selected to exhibit their ceramics artwork in the prestigious National K-12 Ceramic Exhibition, an annual juried ceramic competition for students in the United States.
George School’s ceramics teacher, Amedeo Salamoni, and alumna Claire Schmucker ’20 contributed to works exhibited as part of the Clay Arts Vegas Collaborative International Exhibition, a travelling exhibit currently on display at the University of North Dakota en route to Auckland, New Zealand.
George School shared the 2019-2020 Annual Report with members of the community this week. It was a remarkable year both in student and faculty achievements and also in the support the school received from the community.