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With proud families and coaches present, 21 senior scholar-athletes committed to college athletics for fall 2023 on the afternoon of Tuesday, January 31.
Ethan Derman '26 was selected by the United States Bridge Federation to compete as a member of the U16 teams representing the U.S. at the upcoming 2023 World Youth Bridge Teams Championship.
At the MIAA Championship meet on Friday, January 27, Gilman's indoor track team finished third place and earned an MIAA Co-Championship for the 2022-2023 season. Cam Brown '25 won the long jump and Ryan Coleman '24 won the triple jump.
Jamie Howard ’24 and Donovan Herb ’26 were each awarded Honorable Delegate at the 49th iteration of Yale Model United Nations, held January 19-22 in New Haven, Connecticut.
Four teams of Gilman Middle and Upper School students competed in the FIRST Chesapeake FIRST Tech Challenge (FTC) robotics qualifier event on Saturday, January 21, winning several awards and honors.
Congratulations to Benjamin Feng '26, Lucas Wang '27, Andy Yoon '25, Sammy Jin '23, Jackson Heather '25, and Teddy Martin '27!
Danny Gallagher ’23 and James Mackrell ’23 are currently ranked fifth in the country in high school policy debate.
Jason Sutton '23 was selected as a recipient of a Creative Writing Scholarship from the National Society for High School Scholars. Congratulations, Jason!
Andy Yoon '25 won third prize in the 2022 Piano Star International Competition, an online piano competition open to pianists up to 18 years old. Great job, Andy!
Gilman’s Lower School has elected its House Council members. Congratulations to this group of 10 fourth and fifth graders!
Two Upper School students, both talented pianists, spent time with accomplished visiting artist Dr. Charles Hulin in September. The young men performed and received feedback during the master class.
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.