Jules Ouwerkerk '18 and John Theodore '19, Gilman's unofficial crew team, will be competing in the Head of the Charles Regatta on October 21-22. The regatta, now in its 53rd year, is a three-mile race upstream, drawing tens of thousands of spectators.
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Piper Bond '18 and Jalen Rucker '19 are interviewed in this Baltimore Sun article about the dangers of carrying a backpack that is too heavy.
Congratulations to Mac Webster '18 for earning a spot on the prestigious "American Swifts" UK golf tour taking place June 19 - July 5. Mac will be playing on a 6 man crew which will be competing against a variety of local teams on 15 of England's most challenging courses. Good luck, Mac!
The Baltimore Touchdown Club recognized Thomas Booker '18 and Brandon Madison '18 as members of its 20th annual Super 22 Team at a dinner held May 16. The Super 22 honors rising seniors for their athletic and academic prowess. Congratulations, Thomas and Brandon!
Third graders Sam N. and Charlie H. wanted to celebrate their birthdays with a joint party with friends, but felt that they had "enough stuff." The boys asked their friends to bring gifts for the students in the Bridges program at Gilman. Bridges features a five-week summer institute as well as year-round academic and social support for students from eight Title I Baltimore City schools. The "stuff" given to friends of Sam and Charlie included playground equipment, books and clothing. Recently the boys presented their party gifts to the Upper School volunteers for the program, who will share them with Bridges students.
At the end of the school year, some dedicated students just aren't ready to put down their books. Kofi Whitehead '19 is one of them. He will spend six weeks studying at Cornell University this summer. Kofi has been selected to participate in the 2017 Telluride Association Sophomore Seminar (TASS). With an acceptance rate of 13%, he was one of only 56 students selected from around the country for the rigorous program.
Parker Pearce '19 and Aiden Tydings '21 are part of first USPA I/I Open National Interscholastic Championship winning team for the Maryland Polo Club, which is now the #1 interscholastic team in the nation. The tournament was hosted by Cornell University. Read more about the match. Parker was awarded the tournament Sportsmanship Award. Well done, Parker & Aiden!
A tip of the hat to Jairus Gaines '18 for his outstanding performance at Woodholme Country Club at the second round of the 2017 MIAA Individual Golf Tournament. Jairus entered the second and final round of the tournament tied for thirteenth place, but carded an impressive five under par 68 to finish the event in fourth. Jairus was the low score medalist for the second round, and completed his outing with a birdie on 17 and an eagle on 18 to earn the lowest score of the day. Congratulations Jairus!
Congratulations to juniors Bryan Huang and Matthew Mu and freshmen Justin Bai and Shobhit Shivank, all of whom placed in Certamen and other competitions during the Maryland Junior Classical League State Convention. Bryan was elected vice president of MJCL for the 2017-2018 school year.
Gilman Board of Trustees member and co-founder of the Gilman Black Alumni Leadership Institute Karlo Young '97 delivered the keynote address for the 2017 Cum Laude induction on April 10. Watch his address here.
Joe Davies '80, Charlie Fenwick '66, and Parker Pearce '19 join the GTV crew, Julian Baron '17, advisor Cesare Ciccanti, and Nathan Heinlein '17, in the crow's nest at Shawan Downs on April 9. The crew streamed the Horseman's Invitational Steeplechase Trials. Watch the recording.
Creativity, hard work and persistence pays off. Here's junior Meritt Wiggins' grand prize winning film and the story behind it.
Swimming with Mariner Swim Club, Max Verheyen '19 was recognized as a Maryland Outstanding Swimmer of the Year in the 15 year age group for the 2016 Long Course season at the Maryland Swimming Senior Championships held at the Naval Academy the last weekend of February.
Irish Sports Daily, a website of All Things Fighting Irish, has its eye on 13-Year Man Thomas Booker '18. Coach Tim Holley shares his observations about what makes Thomas so attractive to Division I teams in this article.
Freshman Class President Avery M. presents a $1,400 check to Bettye Adams, principal of Samuel Coleridge-Taylor Elementary. The amount represents half of the earnings raised through the annual Christmas tree and bake sale.
Congrats, Class of 2020!
In Gilman Middle School's second appearance at the MathCounts competition, Ryan K. '21 placed in individual competition and will advance to the state level. "Maththletes" Saraj D. '23, Manav P. '21 and Neill S. '23 also participated.
Jill Anthony was the faculty coach.
Gilman's cybersecurity team participated in the CyberPatriot National Youth Cyber Education Program, advancing to the platinum level of the state rounds and placing in the top 10% nationwide. Congratulations to: Bowen Jiang, Alexander Pickett, Shobhit Shivank (not pictured), Garrett Shriver, Max Sobkov and Theodore Xie.
The beat goes on - the Gilman Drumline is ready for the big Gilman-McDonogh game - are you?
The Upper School Classics Club sent two teams to the Eleanor Roosevelt Certamen in Greenbelt and both teams came home with a trophy in their category.
Trevor Khouzami '22 is sharing his love of baseball with the Carver Vo-Tech baseball team through a fundraiser that went far beyond his expectations.