Headmaster Henry P. A. Smyth announced today that Lori Bristow and Russell Wrenn ’96 will serve together as Gilman’s next directors of athletics, effective July 1.
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College-bound Gilman Athletes: Congratulations to students who will be playing their sport on the college level next year. They include:
- Thomas Booker, football at Stanford University
- Bryce Bush, football at James Madison University
- Sam Cosimano, lacrosse at Franklin & Marshall College
- Maxwell Costes, baseball at University of Maryland
- Jeremy Cranston, lacrosse at Dickinson College
- Will DeMuth, lacrosse at Franklin & Marshall College
- Will Dewire, squash at Tufts
- Mason Freeman, track at Bowdoin
- Jarius Gaines, golf at Hampton University
- Douglas Godine, lacrosse at Denison
- Jonathon Hazlehurst, lacrosse at Rhodes College
- Teddy MacFarlane, lacrosse at Dickinson College
- Brandon Madison, football at The United States Naval Academy
- Liam Muhly, lacrosse at Drexel University
- Alex Slodzinski, football at Trinity College
- Derrick Thompson, tennis at The United States Naval Academy
- Mac Webster, golf at Boston College
- Brandon Willis, football at The United States Naval Academy
- Michael Willis, baseball at Georgetown University
When one considers academics at Gilman School, the first thing that might come to mind is a traditional curriculum including Latin and geometry.
The Boys’ Latin School of Maryland held an event yesterday to recognize and celebrate seven seniors who have signed National Letters of Intent to play NCAA Division I athletics next year.
Gilman School’s excellent academic preparation has yielded results in the National Merit Scholarship Program. The program acknowledges the top students who take the PSAT during their junior year.
Six members of the Gilman Class of 2018 have been named National Merit Scholarship Program Semifinalists: Nick Auen, Bryan Huang, Bowen Jiang, Michael Johnson, Hari Menon, and Matthew Mu. Semifinalists are the highest-scoring entrants in each state and represent the top 0.5% percent of Maryland’s students. They will have an opportunity to continue in the competition for National Merit Scholarships that will be offered next spring.
Additionally, the National Merit Scholarship Program has named 12 Gilman seniors as Commended Students, recognizing their “outstanding potential for academic success.” They are among the top 50,000 of students who entered the program. Commended Students include: Barrett Crawford, David Gushue, Mekhi Johnson, Anh Le, Jack Mills, Jules Ouwerkerk, Aayush Pokharel, Sami Raza, Alexander Seibel, Max Stern, Kevin Zhang, and Zachary Zhao.
“The scholarship shown by these boys is impressive, and we could not be more proud to see them recognized in this way,” said Gilman Head Henry P. A. Smyth.
Nathaniel Badder, Gilman Class of ’94, has returned to campus as the new Director of Alumni Relations and Outreach.