The George School varsity equestrian team powered through the snow to take second place in the Jentri Stables Interscholastic Equestrian Association (IEA) Horse Show. Layla Afzal ’21 and Eva Coleman ’19 qualified as individuals in the Novice Fences class for IEA Regionals in March.
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Students, faculty, and staff, as well as alumni and friends are invited to a special Holiday Meeting for Worship on Sunday, December 17, 2017 at 7:30 p.m. in the George School Meetinghouse.
The varsity boys’ basketball team notched three early season wins, defeating Delaware Valley Friends School 65-23, Princeton Day School 69-59, and Cross Christian Academy 65-45.
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George School alumni had three opportunities to gather and network this fall. The events were held in New York and in Newtown.
Half of the riders from the George School varsity equestrian team competed at the Timber Edge Interscholastic Equestrian Association (IEA) Horse Show. The team took third overall and added four points to their team standings in the competition on Sunday, December 3, 2017.
The George School varsity girls’ basketball team opened its season with a win in the Cougar Classic Invitational. The invitational pitted George School against Academy of the New Church in the first game, which they won 40 to 13. In the second game, George School faced Cristo Rey High School and won 44 to 32.
George School is pleased to announce the students that were named to the Honor Roll and/or Head of School’s List for Term 1 of the 2017–2018 academic year.
Marie Plaisime ’08 was one of forty students selected as a Robert Wood Johnson Health Policy Research scholar in 2017. Marie is a second-year doctoral student of medical sociology at Howard University and the first student of the university selected for the honor.
Frederick Edwards ’18 received Eagle Scout honors, the highest rank attainable in the scouting program of the Boy Scouts of America. He built benches for the playground at the Bucks County Homeless Shelter for his Eagle Scout service project because he saw so much need there.