The Bucks County Courier Times announced its Fall 2017 Golden Teams, recognizing high school athletes who had standout seasons this fall. Seventeen George School varsity athletes were recognized by the paper for their achievements.
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Varsity Softball Finishes the Season 12-4
The Bucks County Courier Times recently highlighted the upcoming varsity boys’ basketball season.
George School varsity track member Jeffrey Love ’19 was named as one of the top track performers to watch this winter by the Bucks County Courier Times.
This year’s fall theater performance was The Night Thoreau Spent in Jail, a 1969 play about Henry David Thoreau who was jailed overnight for refusing to pay a poll tax. The play was selected by Director Mo West to stimulate provocative and relevant conversations among students.
Tom Hoopes ’83, head of the Religions Department at George School, shared what he has learned about teaching religion at the historic Newtown Friends Meetinghouse.
What does it mean to gamify your classroom? History teacher Sara Shreve-Price has been exploring this idea with a Civil War game she developed for her US History class this December.
George School varsity swim team members Jonathan Lessiohadi ’18 and Sara Matson ’20 were named to the Five Athletes to Watch lists for the upcoming boys’ and girls’ seasons by the Bucks County Courier Times.
On Monday, December 11 the Parents Association sponsored George School’s annual career day with the newly transformed Career Pathways Program.
Camille Drury ’19 recently painted human organs on campus trees for an installation art project entitled Our Organs. Her work illustrates the lungs, uterus, and heart on the trees with acrylic paint to symbolize the connection between human life and the natural world.
The box project has been a staple in Carter Sio’s ’76 Beginning Woodworking and Design course for over thirty years. The cardinal rule? No power tools allowed. Since 1984, students have been learning to construct these boxes using only hand tools.