Greyhound TV will present a live broadcast of the Friday,January 19 "Silent Night" home varsity basketball game against Boys Latin. The broadcast begins at 7 p.m.
Stop by The Townsend Bar from 6 p.m. - 8 p.m. on Monday, January 23 for a special Gilman happy hour for alumni living in Austin.
Let the college journey begin! Rising juniors and seniors are invited to join Matt Herman and Justin Baker from the Gilman College Counseling Office for the 2017 College Tour: New England, June 13-17, 2017.
Upper School chemistry teacher Cody Miles is included in an article about in-person learning environments, part of a three-part series written by Eric Hudson, director of teaching and learning at Global Online Academy. Miles attended GOA's 2016 Summer Blended Learning Institute (BLI).
2016 was a very, very good baseball coaching year for Russell Wrenn '96. Several organizations have recognized Wrenn's 2016 coaching achievements.
The fourth Startup Experience, designed to jumpstart students' entrepreneurial spirit, took place in early December. Teams of Upper School students were paired with alumni mentors to identify real world problems, create solutions, develop business models and pitch their startup ideas to a panel of alumni judges. Learn more and view a slide show of the intensive two-day workshop here.
Congratulations to 11 Gilman musicians, who were selected from among over 3,000 students who auditioned for the Maryland All-State orchestras, bands and choruses.
Peter Merritt '12 has won a Rhodes scholarship to study at Oxford University. He is one of at least seven Gilman alumni to have received the prestigious award.
The day before Thanksgiving break Prep-One boys had special guests for lunch: the 13-year men of the Class of 2017. See a slide who of their lunch together and a video of their joint performance of the Turkey Tango later in the day.
Third grade boys became inventors, artists, athletes, explorers, politicians, and other historical figures during the annual Wax Museum. Each student selected a subject and then read a biography before writing a speech. Students also created the costumes and backdrops for their performance. First through fifth grade boys visited the wax figures and tapped a green button to awaken the famous faces. The museum spread over seven rooms and the hallways of the Lower School. View a slide show of the Wax Museum.