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Baltimore Hunger Project

Join us at Baltimore Hunger Project on Wednesday, February 8, 5:30-7:30 p.m., hosted by the Parents Association Father & Son Committee. Students and parents will assemble food bags for children experiencing food insecurity. Registration is limited to the first 20 people who sign up. A parent must accompany Lower and Middle School students.

Film Screening at Bryn Mawr: The Rebellious Life of Mrs. Rosa Parks

The tri-school community is invited to a film screening and discussion of "The Rebellious Life of Mrs. Rosa Parks" on Wednesday, February 15 at 6 p.m. at The Bryn Mawr School. Following the screening, Bryn Mawr alumna and documentary producer Xan Parker ’88 will moderate a discussion with one of the film's directors, Yoruba Richen. Please RSVP.

Dave Anderson at Faculty/Staff Art Show in 2023

“I believe in the idea of our students getting to see that this thing that we do — art — can be uncomfortable. And some of the adults that you work with — they do it too,” said Middle School art teacher Dave Anderson. The Faculty/Staff Art Show is an initiative Anderson has thought about for years. He brought his idea to life shortly before winter break.

Tri-School Wellness Teams Collaborate, Support One Another

Gilman hosted the first tri-school student support/wellness team meet and greet on Wednesday, December 7. Twenty-eight counselors, learning specialists, health educators, and nurses from all three divisions at Gilman, Bryn Mawr, and RPCS participated, sharing ideas on ways they can collaborate on programming and support one another in their roles.

ESF Camps & Experiences

ESF Camp & Experiences is proud to celebrate another summer at Gilman School. Summer 2023 will be a summer of MAX JOY moments, welcoming campers to explore an extraordinary memory-making setting, offering a well-varied curriculum that evokes authentic experiences and promotes confidence, camaraderie, creativity, and community.

Cecelia Eppler - International Holiday Card Exchange 2022

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.