Celeste Huang-Menders ’22, along with her siblings Alexander Huang-Menders and Christian Huang, have created a new website ShareSomeCare.com in response to the current global pandemic.
George School was honored in Hanoi, Vietnam on Friday, June 21, 2019 for our help in establishing a strong friendship with the Vietnam-US Society (VUS). The award was presented to faculty members Ralph Lelii, Chéri Mellor, and Carter Sio ’76 for their ongoing support of the program and many visits to the country.
Passionate about the ongoing crisis of refugees worldwide, activist Celeste Huang ’22 uses a camera not only to document their struggles, but to provide them a measure of solace.
Anthony Verleysen ’12 and his sister Sabrina Verleysen ’14 have created Project Buku Buku (Book Book), an international book drive to collect English novels for under-resourced Muslim boarding schools in Central Java, Indonesia.
The GS Thrift Store proudly raised $1,000 for hurricane relief in Puerto Rico during the 2017–2018 school year. The idea for GS Thrift was born in Becky Hutchin’s IB Environmental Systems and Societies class three years ago.
Students and faculty traveled to Arizona, China, Cuba, and Rwanda in June 2018 for service learning. The trips were opportunities for students to give back to communities and explore different cultures.
Students from George School traveled to the Caribbean last year to help protect one of the last healthy reefs in the region. The group of students were led by science teacher Chris Odom to Bonaire, a designated marine sanctuary.
Jennifer (Jen) Schmitt Perry ’86 is the Program Manager for Reinvesting in Youth (RIY), a multi-agency community collaboration in Rochester, NY that serves youth impacted by the juvenile justice system.
In March George School students will embark on a series of service learning trips across the globe. From Haiti to South Africa students are eager to get to work.
Four George School alumni families gathered to give service in Atlanta, Georgia on Monday, January 15, 2018, Martin Luther King, Jr. Day.