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On Monday, October 3, the Gilman community celebrated the 12 newest members of the Cum Laude Society for the 2022-2023 academic year.
Two members of the Class of 2023 have been named National Merit Semifinalists. Congratulations to Anay Agarwal and Finnegan McClernan!
Many students take advantage of downtime over the summer to catch up on books, but one rising first grader went above and beyond the task of assigned summer reading. Instead of just perusing the library shelves over summer break, Cole F. built a little library for his neighborhood! Read the letter he sent to Lower School librarian Melissa Da.
In early August, three Gilman Upper School students interning with NASA this summer presented their proposal for a new mission visualization toolkit to agency staff and administrators.
Five Upper School students and one Middle School student represented Gilman at this summer's U.S. Youth Soccer (USYS) National Soccer Championship.
Noah Parker '23, a rising senior and one of Gilman News' 2022-2023 editors-in-chief, spent part of his summer participating in The Washington Journalism and Media Conference hosted by George Mason University.
Four students and a teacher were featured in a virtual exhibit by the Maryland Art Education Association.
Congratulations to Chase Brody, JB Brooks, Carter Capodanno, Riley Holcomb, Bryce Lloyd, Jalen Marshall, Kyle Morris, Kolt Pearce, Ke'Yon Torain, Ethan Villamater, Craig Williams, Christian Winborne, and Donovan Young.
On Thursday, May 12, Varsity Tennis won the 2022 MIAA A Conference Tennis Championship, their eighth consecutive MIAA championship, and their 28th overall championship — 14 in the MIAA and 14 in the MSA.
Six Middle School students competed in the Math Counts State Competition, and three of them scored in the top 40.
Three Middle School students’artwork pieces have been selected to be showcased virtually in the annual Celebrating Through Art: The First Lady’s Mental Health Awareness Youth Art Display.
One fifth grader set a goal for himself to read all 20 selected books in the Maryland Black-eyed Susan Book Award program — and he did it.
Founded in 1906 in Maryland, the society aims to recognize scholastic achievement in secondary schools, focusing on areté (excellence), diké (justice), and timé (dignity, true worth, and honor).
Five wrestlers represented Gilman well at the 2022 NHSCA High School Nationals, with brothers Emmitt Sherlock '25 and Tyson Sherlock '24 walking away as first and second place finalists in their respective divisions.
Gilman tier 1, led by world champion sailor and team captain Luke Woodworth '23, took first place in A fleet, making it an outstanding inaugural Gilman sailing effort.
Sanjay Geevarghese ’23 received three “superior” ratings for his solo submission in the Maryland Solo and Ensemble Festival, an opportunity made available by the Maryland Music Educators Association (MMEA). This is the highest designation.
Silo Kim ’23 won Outstanding Delegate in the General Assembly, C40 Cities Climate Leadership Group at the 59th the North American Invitational Model United Nations (NAIMUN) conference.
Donovan Young '22 is ending his high school athletic career as a national champion after taking first place in the Boys Triple Jump Championship event at the New Balance Nationals: Indoor held over the weekend of March 13 in New York.
David Polsky ’23 has been selected to represent Reisterstown, Maryland, as a National Youth Correspondent to the 2022 Washington Journalism and Media Conference at George Mason University in July.
Gilman’s varsity squash team traveled to Philadelphia to compete in the 2022 US High School Nationals in late February. Originally seeded #10 in the first division at Nationals, which consists of the top 16 teams in the country, they clinched the #9 position.