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It was a big weekend for Gilman seniors Jalen Marshall and Donovan Young at the Armory Trials in New York City.
Arjun Narasimhan attended the recent high school competition at the Biomedical Engineering Society's (BMES) National Conference in Orlando, Florida, one of only 20 participants chosen to present in person. More than 5000 conference attendees had the opportunity to view his presentation. Narasimhan says he “was proud to represent Gilman” as he met leaders in the field of biomedical engineering.
Bryce Lloyd '22, a varsity swimmer since his freshman year and recent Cum Laude Society inductee, has qualified for the Scholastic All American Team for USA Swimming.
Ryan Mescher ’23 started a nonprofit that helps to keep kids with autism spectrum disorder safe and to give their families peace of mind.
Congratulations to Connor Basham, Jacob (Poe) Doub, Pieter Heesters, Johannes Qian, Justin Wang, and Alex Xie.
Water polo players at Gilman have been making waves to fight cancer for years.
Jason Park ’23 was appointed by Governor Larry Hogan to serve on the Maryland Youth Advisory Council for a second year.
With 13 members, Gilman’s Red Cross Club not only accumulated 106 hours of volunteer time for the organization but they also raised funds for an important vaccine program and hosted a successful blood drive
Justin Wang '22 was recently announced as the winner of this year's Congressional Art Competition for Maryland's Third District.
Swarneel M. '32 has been honored as one of the brightest students in the world by The Johns Hopkins Center for Talented Youth (CTY).
Learn more about the incredible work of Aman G., Arya K., and Leo W. during their summer NASA internships.
Congratulations to Bennett Espenshade '24 for his outstanding 70-74-69-66 279 (-5) finish at the prestigious 2021 Boys Junior PGA Championship.
Join the Gilman community in congratulating Danny and Sean for this accomplishment.
Ryan Alevizatos '22 is making major steps to achieving his dream of becoming a commercial pilot! After taking flying lessons for the last five years and tons of studying, Ryan passed the oral and practical pilots exams this spring, earning his FAA Recreational and Private Pilot level certificate.
Luke brings home six awards and championships in sailing.
Tajo Overduin '29 won first place in the Maryland State Music Teachers Association (MSMTA) piano solo competition. He competed with Beethoven's "Sonatina" in F major and Tchaikovsky's "Sweet Dreams."
On May 2 and 3, the Sherlock brothers (Tyson and Emmitt) both became All-Americans by placing in the Top 8 of their respective brackets at the National Prep Wrestling Open Tournament held in Wilkes Barre, Pennsylvania.
Congratulations to Auden Alsop '21 and Matthew Pang '21! Auden and Matthew won "Best of State" in Maryland for their video on the importance of regenerative agriculture.
The World Trade Center Institute (WTCI) selected Morgan M. '22 to participate in their Youth Diplomats program. Morgan is one of 30 Maryland high school students to be selected.