Lumen: Shedding light on all things Gilman
With 2022 marking Gilman's 125th anniversary, it's an apt time to look back on how Gilman commemorated previous milestones.
While it would be unfair to blame 2021’s Brood X cicadas on Gilman’s Class of 2004, it is worth noting that 17 years ago, the Class of 2004 thought ahead to 2021.
Looking for some holiday cheer? Take a look through a collection of past Gilman holiday cards.
Thirty years later, the pre-first class, now called prep-one, is still going strong.
Since its founding in 1897, approximately 11,100 students have attended Gilman School. Of those, about 8,400 are alive and, of those, 5,900 made it all the way through to graduation.
Although it would not truly come into its own until 1972, the Gilman Middle School began 50 years ago in September 1970.
"Dr. Anne O. Emery was a leader of extraordinary force. She never stood still and our community is the better for it." - Stuart Simms '68
While the Covid-19 pandemic is unlike anything we have ever seen, this is not the first epidemic Gilman has encountered. I
For those old enough to remember, Mr. Gamper, affectionately known as “The Duck,” died in 2008 following an unforgettable 38-year career.
In honor of Women’s History Month, learn about a few trailblazers who influenced Gilman.