Eric Curtis stood stalwartly against the revolutionary tendencies of adolescents in the late sixties and early seventies. He also had to cope with a resurgent teaching staff wishing to appoint its own leaders. Four major building projects were completed during his tenure.
The school library gets its own building.
A new auditorium is built to replace the one in Main.
The school’s athletic teams have their own mascot for the first time.
George School becomes a founding member of a program that offers financial and other support to low-income and minority students.