George School is proud to announce that Jō Adachi and Carter Sio ’76 were both selected as finalists for the 55th annual Art of the State Exhibition! Finalists were selected from 1,850 entries from 542 artists. Jō and Carter are two of the three artists who were selected from Bucks County for this state-wide art show.
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Five George School Seniors Commit to College Athletics
George School is excited to announce that after a national search, Patricia (Tricia) O’Neill will join the community this summer as the new Director of Marketing and Communications.
George School students won the Grand Prize for the Robert F. Kennedy Human Rights Speak Truth to Power video contest held at the Tribeca Film Festival for their film “When Home is the Mouth of a Shark” on June 9, 2022.
Continuing his successful season this spring, Jeffrey Love ’19 qualified for the 10K at the NCAA DIII Outdoor Track & Field Championships in Geneva, Ohio. Jeffrey, a junior at Connecticut College, placed eighth in the 10K, finishing with a time of 30:37.78. The performance earned Jeffrey outdoor track and field All-America honors.
The Spring/Summer 2022 issue of the Georgian highlights the amazing work of our faculty as we embark on our new Signature Academic Program—a ground-breaking curriculum rooted in research about how students learn best, that realizes the goals of our strategic plan, and prepares our students to make their mark in the world. This issue is now available online.
Five George School seniors from the Class of 2022 have committed to college athletic programs. The student athletes 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 Saturday, May 28, 2022, at 10:30 a.m. George School celebrated the members of the Class of 2022 during the school’s one hundred and twenty-eighth Commencement Ceremony.
Thanks to the Signature Academic Program and its emphasis on experiential learning, a new course in entrepreneurship has joined George School’s extensive history and social science offerings. Its “initial public offering” was a huge success, with so much interest from students that three sections of the two-module course have been created.
Angy Rushford ’22 was offered an International Baccalaureate (IB) merit scholarship from George Washington University. “I hope to double major in international affairs and national security,” said Angy. “I feel more than prepared for the next four years due to the skills I have learned through the IB.”
George School welcomed over 500 alumni and friends back to campus for Alumni Weekend from Friday, May 6 through Saturday, May 7. The rainy weather did not stop excited classmates from reuniting, smiling, celebrating achievements, rekindling friendships, and reminiscing about their warm and nostalgic memories from George School.