Don't miss Gilman's spring musical, "Curtains," May 4-7. Tickets on sale now.
To foster relationships between the divisions, the Middle School Diversity Council will host students in K, Prep 1 and First Grades to read-aloud time and breakfast on Friday, May 5.
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.
Cynosure is once again recognized for excellence and featured in the 2017 Jostens Look Book, celebrating the best-of-the-best in yearbook design and coverage.
White House Correspondent and CNN Political Analyst April Ryan addressed Upper School students in an assembly to discuss the importance of journalism. She later met with faculty, staff, and parents as part of Gilman's Community and Diversity programming.
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.
Creativity, hard work and persistence pays off. Here's junior Meritt Wiggins' grand prize winning film and the story behind it.
Forty filmmakers from 15 schools around Maryland submitted 56 films, amounting to 253.43 minutes running time to the seventh annual Daniel A. Citron Gilman School Film Festival, held on Friday, March 31, 2017. Twenty-three films were shown at the festival. View the winners.
Lighting designer Bradley King '02 returned to Gilman to present the George E. P. Mountcastle Memorial Lecture. King, who recently made his Broadway debut as lighting designer for the smash hit Natasha, Pierre, & The Great Comet of 1812, was joined by the show's author, composer, lyricist, orchestrator and original star, Dave Malloy for a look inside the making of a groundbreaking Broadway musical.