Professional baseball players and Gilman alumni Gavin Sheets ’14 and Peter Heubeck ’21 returned to Roland Avenue on Wednesday, November 30. The pair shared about how their time at Gilman prepared them for life as a pro athlete.
Upper School English teacher Beth Knapp talked with Education Week about how she routinely seizes on opportunities in the popular culture to build rapport with her students while also growing their vocabulary — and hers.
Students didn’t know what a treat they were in for when author/illustrator Jon Agee visited Gilman on November 16 and 17. Agee appealed to audiences in every age group over his two-day visit, which included the tri-schools.
Author Dr. Lawrence Brown, who wrote “The Black Butterfly: The Harmful Politics of Race and Space in America,” spoke to Middle and Upper School students on Friday, November 18. The city of Baltimore played a leading role in the national topics he discussed, including the Civil War, segregation, and redlining.
Lower School Spanish teacher Dr. Cecilia Eppler, who has been part of the Gilman faculty for nearly 25 years, once again leads the charge to connect Gilman students to the larger world around them. Through the International Education and Research Network’s (iEARN) Holiday Card Exchange Program, the Lower School students were partnered with their peers in Slovenia, Japan, Mexico, Russia, and Taiwan.
Founded in 1897, Gilman School is a pre-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
Jason Sutton '23 was selected as a recipient of a Creative Writing Scholarship from the National Society for High School Scholars. Congratulations, Jason!
Andy Yoon '25 won third prize in the 2022 Piano Star International Competition, an online piano competition open to pianists up to 18 years old. Great job, Andy!
Gilman’s Lower School has elected its House Council members. Congratulations to this group of 10 fourth and fifth graders!
Two Upper School students, both talented pianists, spent time with accomplished visiting artist Dr. Charles Hulin in September. The young men performed and received feedback during the master class.
On Monday, October 3, the Gilman community celebrated the 12 newest members of the Cum Laude Society for the 2022-2023 academic year.
Two members of the Class of 2023 have been named National Merit Semifinalists. Congratulations to Anay Agarwal and Finnegan McClernan!
Many students take advantage of downtime over the summer to catch up on books, but one rising first grader went above and beyond the task of assigned summer reading. Instead of just perusing the library shelves over summer break, Cole F. built a little library for his neighborhood! Read the letter he sent to Lower School librarian Melissa Da.
In early August, three Gilman Upper School students interning with NASA this summer presented their proposal for a new mission visualization toolkit to agency staff and administrators.
Five Upper School students and one Middle School student represented Gilman at this summer's U.S. Youth Soccer (USYS) National Soccer Championship.
Noah Parker '23, a rising senior and one of Gilman News' 2022-2023 editors-in-chief, spent part of his summer participating in The Washington Journalism and Media Conference hosted by George Mason University.
Four students and a teacher were featured in a virtual exhibit by the Maryland Art Education Association.
Brendon Hudson '12 will reopen the historic Velleggia's, often celebrated as the first restaurant to open in Baltimore's Little Italy, in Federal Hill this fall.
Congratulations to Chase Brody, JB Brooks, Carter Capodanno, Riley Holcomb, Bryce Lloyd, Jalen Marshall, Kyle Morris, Kolt Pearce, Ke'Yon Torain, Ethan Villamater, Craig Williams, Christian Winborne, and Donovan Young.
On Thursday, May 12, Varsity Tennis won the 2022 MIAA A Conference Tennis Championship, their eighth consecutive MIAA championship, and their 28th overall championship — 14 in the MIAA and 14 in the MSA.
Six Middle School students competed in the Math Counts State Competition, and three of them scored in the top 40.