The Fall 2018 issue of the Georgian, a special quasquicentennial edition, celebrates the 125th anniversary of George School. It is a compendium of photos, stories, and memories generously shared by our alumni and pulled from our archives. It is now available online.
“In conversations about our 125th anniversary, many people tell me they recognize the impact and importance of George School for the future, as well as the past,” said Sam Houser, head of school. “For them, as for me, our celebration of the past expresses hope for new generations of students.”
This anniversary edition is designed as a companion to two earlier books that tell the story of George School. The first celebrated our fiftieth anniversary and is the History of George School 1893-1943 by George H. Nutt. The second celebrated our one hundredth anniversary and is George School: The History of a Quaker Community by Kingdon W. Swayne ’37.
Alumni memories from our earliest years were drawn from these two publications. The Georgian editorial team extends their thanks to all of the George School community members who shared their favorite memories of George School.