While many students took off for a well-deserved vacation during spring break, Head Coach Larry Sheets and members of the varsity baseball team boarded a bus and headed south. The trip turned into more than baseball.
Lumen: Shedding light on all things Gilman
an In-Depth Look at the Gilman Community by the Community.
The 2019 choral trip to Italy is now in the rear-view mirror and our intrepid traveling performers are back on campus. Here are reflections on the trip, written by Mrs. Beckman and students. They were sent to families in daily emails.
For Women's History Month, we look back to five women who played a vital role in making Gilman what it is today. It is no stretch to say that we would not be here without these five women, along with many others.
Here is a different -- and more difficult -- tale about women who helped make Gilman what it is today.
In this blog post, sculpture students will take us through the steps from concept through art that will be installed in Becker Family Sculpture Garden on the Gilman campus this spring. Check back for updates!
With the start of the spring athletics season, our thoughts turn to golf. Gilman did not have varsity golf until 1974. But the history of golf at Gilman golf goes back way further.
When our Lower School environmental club, the Greenhounds, learned about the dramatic decrease in the Monarch butterfly population they decided to take action to help. The milkweed garden they started in 2013 is now a certified Monarch Way Station, and the entire LS has gotten involved.
One hundred years after the November 11, 1918 Armistice, we look back at Gilman's contribution to the Great War. More than 100 Gilman alumni, faculty, and trustees served in World War I. Here are brief descriptions of the incredible trials these men went through.
Lower School boys learn about empathy and community every day. We encourage them to imagine being in someone else's shoes.