Six seniors from the Class of 2021 have committed to college athletic programs. The student athletes—in four different sports—celebrated their commitment to pursue their passion at the college level next year. In a ceremony held in the Fitness and Athletics Center, each senior was recognized by their families, coaches, teammates, and friends on Friday, May 21, 2021.
George School alum Shannon McGinnis ’17 was awarded the Smith College Pioneer Powerhouse Athlete of the Year award as well as being named to the Marly Pineda Team. While at George School, Shannon played varsity soccer, basketball, lacrosse, and field hockey.
Hana Oh ’24 won the individual championship as she led the Cougars to a third-place finish in the Friends School League (FSL) Golf Championship on May 11, 2021. Hana shot an 81 to win by 4 strokes over Westtown on the challenging par 71 at White Manor Country Club in Malvern.
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.
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.
Three years ago, Alexis Semidey-Martinez ’21 enrolled as a George School student. Since then, she has excelled in the classroom, earning Head of School and Honor Roll every term she has been at George School, and on the basketball court, where the senior Co-Captain helped the girls’ varsity basketball team achieve an overall record of 27 wins and 19 losses during her time.
George School, in partnership with the Friends Schools League (FSL), is pleased to announce the resumption of interscholastic league competition in basketball and swimming effective immediately and continuing through mid-March.
George School Senior Angelo Leon ’21 has been selected to receive the Mini Maxwell Award. Each year, the Mini Maxwell Awards are presented to high school football players based on academics, on-field performance, and commitment to community service.
Girls’ Basketball Co-Captain, Kaliyah Myricks ’21, signed a National Letter of Intent committing to play basketball at Big East Division I powerhouse Georgetown University on Wednesday, November 11, in the Fitness and Athletics Center.