Carl Jung believed that the origin of evil in the world is the fact that people are not able to tell their stories. Students too have their dreams and forgetting that is to forget the essence of this thing we do. Terry Culleton has been dedicated his whole career to letting students tell their stories, to look inside and awaken rather than outside and to simply dream.
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Supporting Scholarships at George School Through PA Tax Credit Programs
Paul Machemer ’65 has faith in his students. He teaches, he coaches, he encourages, he inspires. Soon his conviction becomes their confidence, their willingness to work hard and take risks. Coaching in the classroom, teaching on the field or court, Paul’s standards are high, his expectations aspirational, his results kind of phenomenal.
Ralph Lelii has given his students and advisees unconditional respect. He’s made IB students feel that their hard work is valued and valuable. For Ralph the stewardship of students’ intellectual development and emotional well-being has been a sacred trust.
The George School Archive is a treasure trove with historical artifacts dating as far back as the founding of the school. Archivist Dave Long and Library Director Marion Wells are excited to announce that the archive has been selected to participate in the Needs Assessment and Preservation Planning Program.
Grit, passion, and positive thinking: these are qualities that we hope our children will have, but can they be taught in a classroom? Minnie Lee, the director of the Learning Center at George School, believes they can, as long as teachers understand the organ of learning.
On Sunday, May 26, George School celebrated the graduation of the Class of 2019. Head of School Sam Houser delivered the commencement address.
When he is isn’t studying for his next IB exam or starring in a George School theater production, Cooper Feiner ’20 is busy bringing important issues to the attention of Congressman Brian Fitzpatrick.
Eight George School student-athletes—in seven different sports—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 Monday, May 20, 2019.
When they first arrived at George School, Saleema Walter ’19 and Anisgul Stanikzai ’19 missed the traditions close to their hearts. So, they decided to create a special place for themselves and others inside George School’s iconic meetinghouse.
There’s nothing quite like a summer night spent at a baseball game with friends. On Saturday, June 29, 2019, George School invites alumni and friends to attend a game at Angel Stadium in Anaheim, California for some classic summertime fun.