Woodworking teacher, Carter Sio ‘76 and student Charlie Sizer ’22, were both selected to be featured in the Works in Wood, New Hope Arts 22nd Annual Juried Exhibition.
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George School alums Jack Ford ’14 and Lloyd Moyer ’96 are proud to bring, Working with Wood, Two Perspectives, to the Class of 1956 Gallery in the Mollie Dodd Anderson Library now through February 11, 2022.
For the first time in eight years, the boys’ varsity soccer team advanced to the second round of the PAISSAA Tournament beating Haverford School 2-0.
While the paintings can be most directly defined as landscapes, they can be more accurately described as representations of the constantly changing energy of our relationship with not only ourselves, but also with those around us and with our environment. They examine the unbreakable but changeable connections that exist between forces both within us and without.
The George School performing arts department is excited to bring Shakespeare’s Twelfth Night to Walton Auditorium on Friday, November 5 and Saturday, November 6, 2021. Twelfth Night was first printed in the 1623 collection of what is now known as the First Folio.
While it may be their “off-season” the George School boys’ varsity basketball team is certainly not taking any time off. “We have a group of kids who are committed to learning each day and they bring out the best in me,” said Head Coach Ben Luber. “They love the game, hate to lose and are all high character students that represent George School in a first-class manner.”
Led by Captains Katie Rose Hendry ’22, Claire Roche ’22, Anjali Amin ’22, and Leyna Kirsh ’22, and Forward, Genesis Chalmers ’22, the Cougars finished the season as Quaker Cup Champions with a 9-7 record including six shut-outs.
In this issue, you also will find stories about George School innovations—from cross-disciplinary learning to our work for a bold new academic program for the 2022-2023 academic year—resulting from the strategic plan, from lessons learned in our professional development studies in educational neuroscience, and from our faculty’s ongoing commitment to do what is best for our students.
On Tuesday, October 19 more than seventy alumni, faculty, and students gathered on campus to honor the life of beloved teacher, friend, and advisor Pam Machemer. During the ceremony, a bench was dedicated to Pam’s memory, a charge led by boys’ varsity soccer player, Bill Becker ’22.
George School is reimagining and implementing a new vision for its academic program that is grounded in the deepest commitment to help students—as the school mission statement says— “let their lives speak.”