Gilman introduces you to the new faculty and staff for the 2019-2020 school year.
Grades pre-Kindergarten - Five
Young children are intrinsically motivated to learn. They look at the world around them with wonder and a desire to understand all they experience. Our goal is for Lower School boys to head off to Middle School with their internal drive to learn intact.The Gilman Lower School curriculum helps boys develop the foundational knowledge, learning skills, and personality traits to prepare them for success in school and beyond. We nurture the innate curiosity, wonder, and desire to learn in each boy.
Our curriculum recognizes the unique needs of young boys and channels their natural energy, curiosity, and exuberance into learning activities at every age. The kindergarten program bridges the pre-school and primary school years, engaging boys in an enriching and age-appropriate academic program that meets their specific developmental and educational needs, and the prep-one class offers a singular transition for those boys not quite ready for the rigors of an academically-oriented first grade. The overall Lower School program is challenging, yet warm, friendly, and supportive.
You might think that Gilman School would be a ghost town after graduation, however, summer on campus is anything but quiet. Learn more and see a photo gallery here.
It's time to get reading, hounds! The Summer Reading List is here.
The Classes of 2023 and 2026 marked the completion of their time in their current divisions with closing ceremonies on June 6 as family, friends, and teachers looked on with pride.
Second grade teacher Erica Hudson has won the 2019 Broadus-Hubbard Award. The award is one of the most prestigious honors offered by the School. Learn more and see photos of the award breakfast here.
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!