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Congratulations, Class of 2024!

Check out photos from the Class of 2024's end-of-year events, including Founders Day and Baccalaureate, and learn more about where Gilman's newest young alumni are headed next!

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The Ties That Bind Us: Senior Tie Delivery Day 2024

More than 50 Gilman alumni, including faculty, the Alumni Board of Governors, and relatives of the Class of 2024, carried out the beloved tradition of presenting graduating seniors their Gilman ties, on Wednesday, May 29. Alumni turned delivery drivers trekked north to south, east to west throughout the Greater Baltimore metropolitan area to hand-deliver this special token representative of the soon-to-be graduates' entry into the Gilman Alumni Association. Thank you to all involved, and congratulations Class of 2024!

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Fifth Graders Win Stock Market Game

Congratulations to the fifth grade teams on their first-place wins for the yearlong session of the Maryland Stock Market Game™! The boys attended a ceremony at Towson University to receive their awards.

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Gilman Celebrates Awards Day 2024

Gilman recognized many Upper School students for achieving excellence in various pursuits, including academics, athletics, the arts, and service, during the annual Awards Day Ceremony on May 13.

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Semicolon Sculpture Offers Hope

May is Mental Health Awareness month, and one Gilman senior hopes everyone in the community knows that “we all have each other.” For his Personal Directions art class, Truman Paternotte ’24 chose the theme of mental health awareness on which to focus his projects for the school year.

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Class Gets a Lesson in Engineering from Stem to Stern

It was off to the races for Upper School teacher Chris DiMenna’s science elective on Monday, April 29. This particular race took place in the Gilman pool; the vehicles, boats that students constructed using cardboard, duct tape, and their knowledge of engineering.

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Just What He Needed: Good Gilman Friends

January 16 was a fun snow day off school for kids all over Baltimore. Many took advantage of the cold weather but for one Gilman second grader, the fun took a serious turn when his sled bounced off a brick wall. Find out how the Gilman community came together to support Cole and his family.

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David Anderson Named Middle-Level Teacher of the Year

Middle School art teacher David Anderson was honored as the National Art Education Association’s Middle-Level Teacher of the Year on April 4 at an awards ceremony in Minneapolis. “There is no greater testament to your exemplary contributions to the field of visual arts education than being chosen for this prestigious award,” read the letter he received from the organization's executive director. Congratulations, Mr. Anderson!

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