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Come Back to Campus for Alumni Weekend

George School welcomes alumni back to campus for Alumni Weekend, May 3–5, 2019. Class years ending in 4s and 9s will celebrate their milestone reunions this year, but all alumni are welcome to join the fun.

Dance Eclectic Comes to Walton

This year, Dance Eclectic will take place on April 12 and 13 at 7:30 p.m. The performance features ten original works from student choreographers, several of which are International Baccalaureate (IB) submissions.

George School Names Athletics Director

George School’s athletics director search process has reached a successful conclusion. Kurt Ruch will begin as our new director in July. Kurt comes to us from Malvern Preparatory School, where he is currently Director of Athletics overseeing a highly competitive eighteen-sport, fifty-four-team program.

Varsity Equestrian Team Makes Big Strides at IEA Regionals

George School’s varsity equestrian team tied for second place at the Interscholastic Equestrian Association (IEA) Regional Competition, setting a George School record. “This is the best the varsity team has ever done in the team competition,” said Tiffany Taylor, equestrian director.

Carol Powell Heller ’71 Endows Wendy L. Talbot ’70 Scholarship

Wendy Talbot ’70 passed away in May 2015, just weeks after attending her 45th reunion at George School. Countless George School friends and family members attended her memorial service and recounted Wendy’s ability to relate so well to people of all ages and her genuine commitment to helping others.

Students Hit All the Right Numbers at Math Competition

Lehigh University conducted the thirty-ninth annual Mathematics Contest for High School Students on Sunday, March 2. Ellen Zhang ’21, Tommy Wang ’21, Forest Ho-Chen ’22, and Justin Liu ’21, represented George School in the two-hour written exam.

Claire Schmucker ’20 Accepted to National Exhibition

Claire Schmucker ’20 was accepted into the National K-12 Ceramics Exhibition with two wood-fired ceramic pieces, Coiled Vase and Altered Tea Bowl. The National K-12 Ceramics Exhibition received more than 1,000 entries this year, and only one hundred and fifty were selected to exhibit.

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