From its inception, the George School campus includes a farm that grows feed for a dairy herd. It continues operation until the late 1960s.
The logo, complete with Aladdin’s lamp, is used off and on to the present day.
George A. Walton succeeded his father at the age of 29, and oversaw the school through two major wars and a depression. Major innovations of his era were operettas performed by students, football, social dancing, and the first African-American students.
Though George School isn’t typically considered a feeder for professional sports, three school athletes have gone on to play professional baseball. The first is Jack Bentley.