IB Arts Students Share Their Work

George School students introduced their International Baccalaureate (IB) Arts Exhibit on Tuesday, April 12, 2022. The art show is a student-curated exhibit of each student’s work over their two-year IB Visual arts program during which students study multiple media while choosing one as their primary focus. Each exhibit was accompanied by an artist statement and a talk given by the student.

One Thousand Boxes and Counting

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.

George School Presents Something (not so) Rotten

The musical comedy Something Rotten! is heading to Walton Auditorium and Friday, March 4, and Saturday, March 5, 2022, at 7:30 p.m. The performance is open to the public with masks required and is free of charge.

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.”

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…

Remembering George School Alum Stephen Sondheim ’46

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. 

Kirby Fredendall ’84: The Color of Light

While the paintings can be most directly defined as landscapes, they can be more accurately described as representations of the constantly changing energy of our relationship with not only ourselves, but also with those around us and with our environment. They examine the unbreakable but changeable connections that exist between forces both within us and without.

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