Join us for George School’s 125th celebration, Embrace the World, a dinner, dance, and auction on October 20 at 6:00 p.m. Coinciding with Parent’s Visiting Day, guests will taste an array of international foods, enjoy an open bar, and see the FAC transformed into a global wonderland. Proceeds support financial aid and faculty enrichment. Read more.
George School welcomed one hundred and fifty-eight new students to campus this month. Our newest students hail from twenty-four countries and eleven states, and speak a total of sixteen different languages. This year’s new students have a wide array of interesting and unique talents, including Irish step dancing, juggling, cricket, and horticulture. Read more.
For a dedicated team of workers, the summer was spent hard at work renovating the George School Children’s Center. New walls and windows were installed, office space and teaching planning areas were added, as was a key fob entrance. New flooring was placed throughout the center and kitchenettes were added to every classroom. Read more.
The varsity girls’ field hockey team clinched another win last week, beating Morrisville High School 7 to 0. Sanaa Hebron ’22 was the leading scorer with four goals, followed by Izzy Robinson-Cloete ’20 with two and Eva Kinnel ’20 with one. Assists were made by Cosi Janssen ’20, Eva, and Ada Rose Wagar ’21. Read more.
Robotics students at George School now have a new and unique opportunity to interact with an industrial arm, a machine that can be used in a variety of ways throughout the school year. The arm, which was donated by FDT Limited, owned by Wallace Fong p ’18, ’22, will add new opportunities and challenges to the robotics curriculum. Read more.
The varsity football team began the 2018 season with a 20 to 16 victory over Morrisville on Saturday, September 8 at George School. The Cougars were down 16 to 6 in the second half, but continued to fight for a win. Angus Ruscher ’21, playing in his first football game, came up with a huge sack. Read more.
The Class of 1961 Supports Embrace the World
New Faculty and Staff Welcomed
Here, There, and Back to Display in MDA
Earl Rice to Speak at Assembly
Voices & Visions: Artists of Haiti on Display in Walton
Review All Employment Opportunities
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October 20. Parents Visiting Day/fall break begins
October 20. Embrace the World Dinner and Auction
October 23. Classes resume/Parents Conference Night
October 26 to 28. Harvest Weekend
October 28. Admission Open House
November 3 and 4. Fall Theater Performance A Midsummer Night’s Dream
November 12 to 15. Term 1 exams
November 16. Thanksgiving break begins
November 27. Classes resume
Buy your tickets now for Embrace the World: proceeds fund tuition assistance and faculty development.
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