Gilman's Varsity Water Polo team secured their spot as two-time champions at the 2023 Beast of the East Tournament, held at several schools within the Wilson School District in the Philadelphia area on September 22-23.
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Cian Connolly '27 came in first place in his age category — and 17th place overall — at the 2023 USA Cycling Gran Fondo National Championships on Sunday, September 17.
Gilman swimmers and water polo players participated in Swim Across America on Sunday, September 10 at Meadowbrook Pool. The students raised nearly $1,700 to donate to Johns Hopkins for cancer research and treatment.
Congratulations to Sean Jiang '27, who was named one of the top ten finalists from across the U.S. for the 2023 3M Young Scientist Challenge. See Sean discuss his audiovisual invention designed to help the visually impaired with WMAR 2 News.
Congratulations to Cooper Sidell ʼ23 who was named to The Baltimore Sun’s All-Metro baseball team!
Congratulations to the following athletes who were named to the All-MIAA Conference for exceptional performance during the 2023 spring season.
During their Senior Encounter with Bill King, Sr. Product Manager, Digital Health & Precision Medicine at Johns Hopkins University, Alex Boulay '23 and Arthur Du '23 used ChatGPT to write a Python script to predict whether a patient has pneumonia.
During Upper School's annual Awards Day Ceremony on Monday, May 15, the following Gilman students were recognized for achieving excellence in various pursuits, including academics, athletics, the arts, and services.
Andrew Hannan '24 won the MIAA #1 Singles Championship on Wednesday, May 17. This is the second championship win for Hannan — last year, he won it at #2.
Congratulations to the eighth grade students who were recognized for their achievement on the National Latin Exam.
Congratulations to Bennett Espenshade '24, who recently competed at the opening round of a 2023 US Open Qualifier event where he earned an opportunity to advance.
Nine fourth and fifth grade students who read all 20 books on this year's Maryland Black-Eyed Susan Award list enjoyed a special catered lunch with Head of School Henry P. A. Smyth on Monday, May 15. Though in the third year of this tradition, it is the first time nine students have achieved this milestone!
Teams of fifth through eighth grade students competed in the Battle of the Books against several area independent schools on Monday, May 1 and Tuesday, May 2, hosted at Beth Tfiloh. Several Gilman teams claimed victory!
At one of the most competitive track meets in the nation of the 2023 season — Puma Presents the East Coast International Showcase on Saturday, May 6 — sophomores Jemmel Green '25 and Cam Brown '25 both had impressive performances.
The Upper School Classics Club won its division quiz bowl-style competition at the Maryland Junior Classical League State Convention over the weekend of April 29-30. Congratulations!
The Hounds had a strong showing at the Penn Relays on Thursday, April 27 with Cam Brown '25 finishing fourth in the Long Jump Championship, one relay team finishing third in the 4x400, and another finishing second in their heat.
Alok Sinha '24 was named one of the Maryland Section of the American Chemical Society's (ACS) 12 outstanding high school chemistry students who will move forward to the second part of the competition.
Fourth graders Irfan P. and Ian C. competed at the Magnus Chess Academy's Maryland State Championships held on Saturday, April 15. Irfan won second place in the elementary school category; both boys won fifth place for Gilman as a school. Congratulations, Irfan and Ian!
With 24 seniors seated on stage, their parents proudly watching, and Upper School students and faculty in attendance, Head of School Henry P. A. Smyth gave opening remarks at the Cum Laude Society induction ceremony on Monday, April 17. He shared with the audience that the group sitting before them, with regard to academic standing, represents the top 20 percent of their class.
Tyson Sherlock '24 (132) finished first and Emmitt Sherlock '25 (145) placed third at the National High School Coaches’ Association National Wrestling Tournament over the weekend of March 24-26 at the Virginia Beach Convention Center in Virginia Beach, Virginia.