Aaron believes in injecting humor into serious subject matter.
For Amedeo, his students' most important creations go beyond ceramics to the big picture.
The only thing certain about Avery’s English class is the thrill of uncertainty.
Becky believes in the power of experimentation—literally and figuratively—in her science classes.
To Ben Croucher, a good education is more than academic.
Time passes, but what is meaningful about George School remains the same for Carter as both alumnus and teacher.
Chris Odom’s students learn very human lessons from working with robots.
Photographer Danielle Picard-Sheehan inspires her students by challenging them to see their skills through different lenses.
Debbie DiMicco ’72—teacher, coach, service trip leader—sees connections among them all.
Eric was looking for an authentic community... and he found one.
Erin Sio believes in stretching students—in and out of class, in Newtown and around the world.
George enjoys teaching, and coaching, a variety of student-athletes united by one uniform.