Join Gilman alumni, parents, faculty and staff for an old-fashioned Bull Roast and Silent Auction at 7 p.m. on Friday, March 2, 2018, in the Redmond C. Finney Athletic Center. Register on the Gilman Bull Roast and Silent Auction website.
The Gilman website has a refreshed look!
An artifact that is sure to bring "dread" to hundreds of Middle School alumni, "The Dreaded Bag" was recently uncovered in the MS Social Studies Department. Read more on the Lumen blog.
Young filmmakers, grades ranging from kindergarten through 12, are encouraged to submit original works to the eighth annual Daniel A. Citron Film Festival, to be held on Friday, May 11, 2018*, at the Alumni Auditorium. Submissions are due May 1, 2018.
The Middle School Robotics Club fielded two teams, the Gearhounds and the Robohounds, in the FIRST Lego League's Baltimore qualifier The Robohounds placed first in the Core Values category, and their third place overall finish qualified them to advance to states on February 24.
University of Baltimore President Kurt Schmoke was the keynote speaker at Gilman's annual Martin Luther King, Jr. Convocation. Schmoke offered a wide-ranging and Baltimore-centric perspective on Dr. King's influence on American culture, policy, and politics, stressing the importance of voting rights.
A record number of Gilman musicians have earned All-State music status. They were selected from among over 3,000 students who auditioned for the Maryland All-State orchestras, bands and choruses. Click here to see the list of students. Congratulations to you all!
An important way that Gilman fosters community is through its mentorship program. Launched in 1992, this program pairs an older student with a younger student for guidance and support. Mentees are suggested by faculty when they believe that a particular student might benefit from a ongoing 1:1 interaction with an older boy who can act as a big brother, sharing his wisdom and experience.
Malcolm Ruff '02 has experienced both sides of the mentor/mentee relationship. Learn more about the ways that Gilman develops a sense of brotherhood from kindergarten through senior year and read about Malcolm's ongoing friendship with both mentor and mentee, here.