Developing Young Men Of Principle Through Practice
Being Gilman means boys are trusted and treated as an inherently honorable persons by those around them.
In all they do, students learn to display strong character, behave as gentlemen, make solid decisions, and lead others—on the playground, in class, during athletics, at home, in the community. They learn the value of public service and to always contribute to society. They learn how to win with grace and lose with honor. They learn how to resolve conflict. They learn how to be a friend. They learn how to "Be Gilman," wherever they are, whatever they are doing. They learn to live the life of a good man.