News & Events
Devon DeBari ’18 Forges Link in Farm-to-Food Bank Chain
Leadership. Service. Commitment. Alexandra Long ’20 and Will Rampe ’20 have the characteristics of success. They were selected as 2020 Kiwanis Athlete Scholars and received Dick Dougherty Scholarship awards.
Have you ever wanted to study marine sciences, landmark Supreme Court cases, journalism, or robotics? If you are a George School student, you are in luck. These new academic and enrichment programs were added to the online summer study program. Classes start in early July and end no later than August 17.
George School will open for in-person instruction in the fall, provided we are permitted to do so by the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, as I previously indicated. This includes bringing both boarding and day students to campus.
Members of the George School global community are invited to view our new, virtual galleries featuring the work of our seniors enrolled in the International Baccalaureate Program. While our community normally visits the campus galleries and attends artist talks in person, this virtual showcase provides an opportunity to explore their exhibitions online.
Pippa Porter Rex and Rachel Agosto will return to George school in new roles for the upcoming academic year. Pippa returns from her sabbatical this summer as the dean of students, taking over from Erin Sio. Rachel Agosto returns to George School as director of diversity, equity, and inclusion, building upon the work of Marcus Ingram.
Beyond Meat founder and CEO Ethan Brown ’89 demonstrated the power of partnership as the COVID-19 pandemic unfolded. The partnerships reflect Ethan’s oft-cited Beyond Meat goal of using food as a vehicle for change.
Two George School graduates are half of the organizing team behind Fuel the Fight Bucks County, which is raising funds to purchase meals from local restaurants and provide them to workers in area hospitals. Danielle Tuller ’11, an MBA student who returned to Newtown from studying at Trinity College in Dublin, Ireland, and Mike Mirande ’11, a doctor of pharmacy student at Jefferson School of Pharmacy were inspired to support those hard hit by the COVID-19 crisis.