Monkton, Md. – For her first day of school as St. James Academy’s new head of school, Charlotte Riggs made a unique – and strategic – accessory choice. She donned pastel-colored wings, which she wore to greet the 270 PreKindergarten through 8th-grade boys and girls, their parents, and the faculty and staff at St. James Academy (SJA), an independent school in Monkton.
Garrison Forest School 1 of 6 Schools Nationally Tapped by Small World Initiative to Discover New Antibiotics
Bacteria are everywhere. There are hundreds of thousands on your phone and keyboard. Millions more on the door handle to the coffee shop.
Garrison Forest School, home of the Garrison Forest Grizzlies, is thrilled to announce two of its newest Grizzlies. They are sisters from Montana, who are new to Maryland. Their hobbies include digging, dragging tree limbs around, wrestling and growling. Oh yes, and they’re covered in fur.
Everyone needs a little nudge now and then, especially on Valentine’s Day. Vasiliki “Vasi” Argeroplos, a tech savvy, teenaged app developer, knows that when it comes to nudging her generation, digital is the way to go.
Channing Capacchione, junior at Garrison Forest School in Owings Mills, is one of seven students in Maryland to qualify for the second round of the North American Computational Linguistics Olympiad (NACLO).
Garrison Forest School’s award-winning Middle School Chorus has been invited by Distinguished Concerts International New York City (DCINY) to perform at Carnegie Hall on March 7 in the Music for Middle School Mixed Choir entitled “Between Heaven and Earth.” Twenty-five members of the GFS Middle School Chorus will sing as part of the 200-member middle school choir, one of three choirs performing that evening.