The George School varsity boys’ basketball team defeated Radnor High School 60-56 on Monday, December 30, 2019. Radnor is ranked tenth in Pennsylvania for 5A high schools.
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Abby Eisold ’20 Takes First at Indoor Pentathlon
The varsity girls’ basketball team notched its third win on Tuesday, December 17, 2019, defeating The Hun School 62-50. The Cougars beat Lawrenceville 48-38 and Princeton Day School 51-12 to bring their season to 3-2.
Geography teacher Kevin Fox is a recipient of the 2019 Distinguished Teaching Award from the National Council for Geographic Education (NCGE). The award recognizes excellence in geography teaching at the primary and secondary levels.
Bennett Lichstein ’20 has been selected to receive the Mini Max Award, which honors high school football players throughout the Delaware Valley. Players are nominated by their coach throughout the season and selected based on performance, academics, and community service.
The George School varsity boys swimming team defeated The Hun School of Princeton 88-76 on Tuesday, December 10, 2019. The Cougarfish took charge of the meet with the 200 medley relay team of Sam Mottershead ’22, Francisco Correia ’20, Zach Bohrer ’21, and Manny Vinhais ’21 taking first place.
The indoor track season officially kicked off this past weekend and a number of talented Cougars on the varsity boys’ and varsity girls’ track teams had a great start to their season. Eleven boys and six girls set new personal records at one of the biggest meets of the week.
The George School Math Team closed out the new Philadelphia Math League Challenge as the top ranked team with a 91.4 percent average and a completion time of 01.60 minutes
The George School varsity boys’ basketball team scored a resounding win in their first game of the season
Noises Off opened the George School theater season in November 2019. Michael Frayn’s hilarious comedy is set during the rehearsals, backstage during a performance, and then during a calamitous show. The play chronicles the hilarious escapades of a touring cast of a farcical fictitious play, Nothing On.
The Fall/Winter 2019 Georgian highlights some of our outstanding faculty members and the research, testing, and on-going learning they model for George School students. The articles teachers have written for this issue come from their professional development plans and demonstrate their commitment to ongoing research, risk-taking, and improvement.