Dive into the new mysterious world of The Pathfinder’s Society imagined and written by George School film teacher Scott Prescott Seraydarian ’90 and Francesco Sedita. Follow five new friends at summer camp through twists and turns as they discover a secret path that leads to a legendary treasure.
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George School Celebrates 126th Commencement
Students participated in a Chopped-style cooking competition from all over the globe and right on campus via Zoom video chat over the weekend of April 18-19, 2020. Much like the TV show, participants had a list of ‘must-use’ ingredients from a “Pandemic Pantry Market Basket.”
While normal in-person class meetings are suspended, virtual classrooms still allow our students, wherever they are, to participate in the unique George School classroom experience. Take a peek at how Colette Weber and her students closely analyze a literary text and make it speak to issues relevant today.
For AP Human Geography classes with teacher Kevin Fox, this term is all about deepening student understanding of key terms and concepts and applying newly acquired student knowledge. The end goal is a more nuanced perspective on the world’s economic, social, political and environmental patterns and processes.
Accepted students were invited to attend a virtual class on Media Literacy taught by Meredith Alford ’01, History and IB Global Politics teacher, and Scott Seraydarian ’90, Film teacher. Media Literacy and Production, a new cross-discipline course at George School, is framed around the query: How can I use media to improve the world in which I live?
Orton is committed to supporting its distinctive community while so many of its residents are off campus. “It feels incredibly important to preserve that sense of home by creating opportunities to see each other, connect with each other, laugh together, and just soak up the vibe,” said Dorm Head Tom Hoopes ’83.
Josie O’Neal-Odom ‘19, a student at Parsons School of Design, The NewSchool, recently completed a photography assignment reflecting on isolation caused by the current pandemic.
Celeste Huang-Menders ’22, along with her siblings Alexander Huang-Menders and Christian Huang, have created a new website ShareSomeCare.com in response to the current global pandemic.