Please join Gilman School for Voices of Baltimore: Life Under Segregation will be shown on January 24. Register here for this free event. Click here to learn more.
Please join us for the premiere of A Path to Follow: The Reddy Finney Story on February 5 at the Senator Theatre. The film honors the legendary Redmond C. S. Finney and his efforts to promote diversity, inclusion, and equality in Baltimore. Here are the details.
All parents of Middle and Upper School students are encouraged to attend this workshop on January 31 at 7:00 p.m., which will provide valuable tools for how to support positive use of technology.
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.
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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of graduates attend a most competitive or highly competitive college
Alex Duh has been named a top 300 scholar in the 78th Regeneron Science Talent Search for his research and identification of a drug that shows promise for blocking liver fibrosis. Gilman and Alex will both receive $2,000 to use for STEM-related activities.
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.
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.
Kevin Robbins '94 and his company, Wolf Den Associates, are profiled in a Washington Business Journal article about the rapid growth of the company.
Toby Bozzuto ’92 calls for business leaders to “Stand For Diversity In The Face Of Darkness” in this Huffpost editorial.
It took a village to replenish Gilman’s tree canopy when 30 new trees were planted around campus on a cold and sunny fall Saturday. Alongside the hard-working Building and Grounds crew, 14 students assisted with digging, planting, and mulching. Learn more here.
Phil Han '04 has expanded his restaurants again with the opening of Noona's, a pizza spot in Mt. Royal that is dedicated to his older sister. Here's the story in Baltimore Magazine.
Jason Finkelstein ‘94, has become a contributor to Forbes magazine. Here is a recent article. Jason, who describes himself as a "computer scientist turned product manager turned strategic marketer," is the CRO of Traitify, an HR tech company.
Brandon Copeland '09 and Darius Jennings '11 exchanged jerseys -- with bookend numbers! -- after they played each other on December 2, with the Tennessee Titans getting the win over the New York Jets 26-22.
Jack Paternotte ’27 has won the Mid-Atlantic Squash Championship for under-11 players. He is ranked #1 in the state for his age group and #41 in the U.S. Jack always plays in his Gilman gear and proudly represents the School. He is known by players and parents as a gentleman on and off the court. Well done, Jack!
An editorial by Noah Jun '19 on the continuing relevance of the classics has been published in Torch:U.S., the magazine of the Junior Classical League. Find it on pages 8-9 of the winter issue.
Erik Atas ’97 has been selected as a Ravens Community Quarterback for his volunteer work. Erik, who leads the criminal department at Zirkin & Schmerling Law, offers legal counsel to people in treatment for substance abuse to help them expunge nonviolent crimes from their records. Learn more about Erik’s community service here.