Hundreds of Gilman alumni, family, and friends packed into Baltimore’s Senator Theater on February 5 for the premiere screening of A Path to Follow: The Reddy Finney Story. The film provided a look at the life, impact, and legacy of Gilman’s 10th Headmaster, Redmond C. S. Finney '47.
A Signing Day Ceremony for the 14 Gilman seniors who have committed to play a sport (or two) in college was held on February 5. See who they are and where they're going here.
Morgan State University President David Wilson was the keynote speaker at Gilman's annual Martin Luther King, Jr. Convocation on January 17. Learn more here and see a photo gallery and video of the convocation.
Upper School history teacher Mike Molina’s recent Stoop Story, about the power of forgiveness and humility, was recently broadcast on WYPR. You can listen to it here.
Congratulations to the two Middle School and six Upper School musicians who were selected from among more 3,000 students or the Maryland All-State orchestras, bands and choruses. Here are the details.
Founded in 1897, Gilman School is a kindergarten through twelfth grade private independent day school for boys in Baltimore, Maryland.
Whether it is in the classroom, on the field, or in the community, every minute of every Gilman school day helps boys to grow to become principled young men.
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Seventh graders Travis Lee Dutton, Aman Garg, and Jesse Zhong scored sixth of 21 area independent schools in the Johns Hopkins University Tower of Power competition with a tower of 139 cm. Well done!
Several members of the class of 1964 gathered recently at the home of Ginny and Jeff Miller on Capitol Hill for an enjoyable evening of food, wine, and conversation. Shown in the photo: Standing L-R, Bob Locke, Steve Scott, Tim Wolf, John Redwood, Jim Campbell, Bert Keidel. Seated L-R, Jim Isaacs, Doug Green, Jeff Miller. The class will meet again in April at Gilman to celebrate their 55th reunion.
Jonah Varghese '25 has won the School's Geography Bee. He has taken the qualifying test for the Maryland State Bee, and will find out in early March if he will be advancing to the state competition. Gilman's winner has advanced to the state level in 10 of the past 13 years.
Congratulations to Beck Wittstadt ‘21, who took first place the sophomore 800 at the Ocean Breeze Invitational, setting a meet record of 2:00.33. His current national rank is fourth in the sophomore 1600 and eighth in the sophomore 800. His 1600 time of 4:26.00 was set at MIAA Championships earlier in January.
Arjun N. ’23 developed a plan and led a clothing drive for needy families. He and members of the Student Council collected and delivered 50+ bags of gently used clothing for the Franciscan Center of Baltimore.
The 200 medley relay squad has broken the 2016 record. The relay team went 1:39.26, bettering the 2016 mark of 1:40.77. Congratulations to Max Verheyen, Nathan Hedgecock, Philip Morgan, and Wade Perry! Max also broke the 200 freestyle school record.
The career path of Dana Underwood '92 has been unlike any other. How did the mechanical engineer, entrepreneur, and photographer become global head of health technology at Johnson & Johnson? Learn more in this J&J feature.
Chuck Baker ’97 has been named president of the American Short Line and Regional Railroad Association (ASLRRA) board. He is a partner at Chambers, Conlon & Hartwell and president of the National Railroad Construction & Maintenance Association.
Charlie Niccolini ‘21 will play the role of the Crown Prince Edward in Shakespeare Theatre Company's upcoming production of Richard the Third from February 5–March 10, 2019 in Washington D.C. Get more information and tickets here.
Kofi Whitehead '19, published an OpEd in the Afro-American newspaper based on his senior speech, "Today I am a (Black) Man." Read it here.
Kevin Holley ’79 has given his Ravens playoff tickets to a total stranger who turned out to be connected in more ways than one. You won't believe how it came about. Here's the Baltimore Sun story.