Kevin impacts his students in the classroom, on the stage, and in the dorm.
Kim McGlynn enjoys the challenges of teaching students who challenge her, one another, and themselves.
Laura's students learn real world lessons from abstract concepts.
Marion Wells believes that researching almost anything can be fun with a sense of humor and the right library tools.
Martha is impressed by George School's ability to bring out the best in students almost as much as she is by the students themselves.
Acting is truth-seeking for Mo West, and George School is the right place for the search.
Meredith is proudest when her students don't just answer questions—they ask them.
Mike enjoys teaching students to be good athletes and good people.
Coach Nancy Bernardini sees the fruits of her lacrosse team’s labor pay off in an emotional game.
For Nancy, conquering the most formidable challenges is the most formidable!
From the science lab to the wrestling mat, Pacho Guttierez enjoys the diversity of the George School learning experience.
Paul gives his students just enough hints for them to solve problems for themselves.