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Congratulations to Gilman’s Class of 2018

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Gilman Graduation Ceremony 2018

The 115 members of Gilman’s Class of 2018 marked their high school graduation on Sunday, June 10. Speakers included valedictorian Matthew Ziwen Mu, Board of Trustees President Scott Wieler, and Headmaster Henry P.A. Smyth. Before the graduates received their diplomas, several students won awards for scholarship, athletic performance, or community service. In what has become a tradition, Gilman’s a cappella group, the Traveling Men, sang “The Parting Song,” based on a 17th-century Scottish song. To conclude the ceremony, pairs of graduates left the stage with a special handshake, hug, or selfie. Congratulations to these new Gilman alumni:

What Gilman Students Did During Spring Break

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In a historic castle in La Herradura, Spain, Middle School students enjoyed a traditional Spanish barbecue dinner and a flamenco presentation from students at a local dance academy.

Gilman boys took full advantage of spring break to expand their horizons. Some visited new cultures, practicing their language skills. Some developed business skills by networking with Gilman alumni, and others represented Gilman in athletic matches beyond the MIAA.

Gilman Congratulates Its 2018 College-bound Athletes

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On Gilman’s signing day, student-athletes wore spirit items from their schools and coaches summarized each athlete’s accomplishments.

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

 

 

Gilman’s Environmental Sustainability Course Leads to Action

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A Visit by Anne Palmer, Food Communities and Public Health program director at Johns Hopkins Center for a Livable Future.

When one considers academics at Gilman School, the first thing that might come to mind is a traditional curriculum including Latin and geometry.

Baltimore Private School Alumni Planning Anti-Racism Rally Tomorrow in Roland Park

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Image via Roland Park Civic League

Just over a week after their high school alma maters were caught up in an ugly controversy involving racism-tinged Halloween photos, alumni from North Baltimore private schools are planning an anti-racism rally tomorrow morning on Roland Avenue.

Happening This Saturday Oct 14: Baltimore Educational Forum

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October 14: Free Educational Forum presented by Gilman, Bryn Mawr and Roland Park Country Schools

You’re Invited to the 2017 Educational Forum Hosted by Gilman, Roland Park Country School and Bryn Mawr School

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Please join Gilman, Roland Park Country School and Bryn Mawr School for the 2017 Educational Forum. The event is taking place on Saturday, October 14, 2017 from 9AM-4PM at Gilman.

High Schoolers Hit Snooze Button This School Year

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For teenagers who’ve had the luxury of sleeping in all summer, transitioning to the early-morning school day can be, well, a rude awakening. But for students at three area high school schools, that blow will be softened by a new schedule modification. When the 2017–2018 school year begins, classes at the upper schools of Gilman, Roland Park Country School and Bryn Mawr will start one hour later—at 9 a.m.—every Wednesday.

Gilman’s ’14 Grad Chase Campbell Receives UVA’s Crowley Scholarship

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Chase Campbell, a 2014 graduate of Gilman School, will receive University of Virginia’s prestigious T. Rodney Crowley Jr. Scholarship.

Gilman Joins Prestigious UPenn Independent School Teaching Residency

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Gilman has announced that it is an inaugural member of the Independent School Teaching Residency (ISTR), an innovative new collaboration between the Graduate School of Education of the University of Pennsylvania and a consortium of 10 of the nation’s leading independent day schools.

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