Alexandra Long ’20 was named to the Friends Schools League (FSL) girls’ soccer All-League Team, and Julianna Caplin ’18 was recognized with an Honorable Mention.
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Three George School varsity cross country athletes were named to Friends Schools League (FSL) All-League Teams. Jeffrey Love ’19 was named to the FSL All-League Team. Darayus Gorimaar ’19 and Janaia Madden ’20 were recognized with an Honorable Mention.
Amedeo Salamoni, ceramics and sculpture teacher, will display his latest collection of containers in the Class of 1956 Gallery in Mollie Dodd Anderson Library, starting Monday, December 4. His gallery talk and reception is planned for Thursday, February 8, 2018, from 3:00 to 5:00 p.m.
Liz Grossman ’05 spent this past year meeting with female African leaders, drawing inspiration from them about gender equality in their countries.
The George School Instrumental Music assembly took place on Friday, November 10, 2017 in Walton Auditorium. The wind ensemble, lab band, string ensemble, and orchestra performed songs directed by George School faculty.
On Wednesday, November 8, 2017, Ava Navarro ’18 signed a National Letter of Intent (NLI) to join Duke University’s fencing team. Her parents, grandparents, friends, and coaches joined in the celebration at the Fitness and Athletics Center.
Three George School students were named to the Friends Schools League All-League Team: Jordan Valdepenas-Mellor ’19, Phil Cavallo ’18, and Logan Hillegas ’18. Eric Yu ’19 received an honorable mention.
Photographer Eileen Hohmuth-Lemonick will show Darkness Illuminated, a collection of photos from early in her career, in the Walton Auditorium Gallery. A gallery talk and reception will take place on Thursday, January 11, 2018 at 3:00 p.m.
Teachers opened their classrooms to their peers earlier this month to encourage each other and share different instruction techniques. Three different classes were open for teachers in the areas of math, Spanish, and English.
Mary Jane Mikuriya ’52 broke the mold when it came to what was expected of her. Brown University recently profiled her and posted a recording of Mary Jane sharing her early experiences with prejudice and pushing through adversity as part of a project titled “Brown Women Speak.”