Four George School athletes were named to the National Field Hockey Coaches’ Association High School National Academic Squad for their strong academic performance throughout fall term.
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Student Artwork Featured in Pennsylvania Center for Photography
On Friday, February 9 the varsity girls’ basketball team defeated Germantown Friends School (GFS) 43-24 in the Quaker Cup Championship Game.
McFeely, formerly the school’s library, now home to the History Department, is the new permanent home to murals painted by Newtown native John Foster. John’s six panels show a series of events telling tales of Newtown’s history.
George School is pleased to announce that thirteen students have received Scholastic Art & Writing Awards for their writing work. “We are very excited that George School students have done so well once again this year,” said Colette Weber English department head.
The Winter 2018 issue of the Georgian profiles twenty-four alumni who were International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma candidates at George School. It marks the fiftieth anniversary of the IB Organization and the more than thirty years that George School has been graduating IB Diploma candidates.
The varsity girls’ basketball team was recently highlighted in the Bucks County Courier Times for their win against Solebury School on Friday, February 1, 2018. The Cougars finished 8-0 in the regular season against non-league opponents.
With recent victories against Westtown and Abington Friends, the varsity boys’ and girls’ swim teams have had a successful season. They are busy training for the Friends Schools League Championships on Saturday, February 10 and are ready to take home another win.
The varsity boys’ and girls’ basketball teams captured wins against Friends Select School in the Friends Schools League (FSL) Quaker Cup Semifinals on Wednesday, February 7, 2018.
A longstanding tradition, Live Music Weekend, returns to George School this weekend, February 9 through 11. “We have around forty acts performing,” says Caleigh Hoffmann ’18.
During the month of February, George School faculty and staff will participate in the 2018 Shadow a Student Challenge—a program that brings adults back to the classroom.