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George School Math Team Ranked 20th in Nation

The George School math team ended their 2018 Math Madness season 7-1, ranked twentieth among the more than 550 US high schools that competed. Team members Ellen Zhang ’21 and Justin Liu ’21 ranked among the top fifty out of 10,000 students.

Rachael Lippincott ’13 Publishes Five Feet Apart

The debut novel of Rachael Lippincott ’13 hit the shelves on November 20, 2018. The book, Five Feet Apart, was published by Simon & Schuster and made The New York Times young adult hardcover best seller list one week after publication.

Soni Madnani ’16 Delves into Social Activism

Soni Madnani ’16 spent this past summer working in the Public Defender Service for Washington, D.C. as an investigative intern, a role that involved collecting evidence for serious felony cases.

Jaime Ginsberg ’95 Coaches Smith to Victory

Smith College field hockey, coached by Jaime Ginsberg ’95, clinched its first New England Women’s and Men’s Athletic Conference (NEWMAC) Championship on Saturday, November 3, 2018 against Massachusetts Institute of Technology.

Varsity Field Hockey Takes Second Place in FSL Championship

The varsity field hockey season culminated on Tuesday, November 1, 2018 with the Friends Schools League (FSL) championship game at George School. The Cougars went head-to-head with Academy of the New Church (ANC) in an intense and fast-paced game.

AriAnna Thomas ’19 Inspired to Help India’s Urbanization Challenge

AriAnna Thomas ’19 spent part of her summer identifying and solving one of the world’s biggest challenges—India’s urbanization effect. As part of a Careers in Agriculture summer camp at Tuskegee University, she was tasked with writing an essay identifying a country with food security issues and providing a resolution.

Math Team Defeats W. G. Enloe Magnet School 33-25

The George School math team defeated W. G. Ehloe Magnet School 33-25 in the first knock-out round in the bracket competition on Wednesday, October 31, 2018. With a maximum score of 35 for the round, the math team’s victory over last year’s third place team was compelling.

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