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.
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The Greyhounds had a big weekend at the Nike Indoor Nationals, March 10–12. Congrats to all!
Congratulations to our athletes for earning All-MIAA honors!
Congratulations to Jeremy M. '28, winner of this year's Middle School Song of the Year! Jeremy's original song, “A Day at the Shore,” was composed and produced using Garage Band.
Congratulations to Anay Agarwal '23, Noah Parker '23, and recent graduate Aiden Fuelner '22 for editing and publishing the award-winning literary magazine,Paragon. The National Council of Teachers of English just awarded the 2022 edition of Paragon as a First Class edition.
The Gilman Jazz Band spent their day off from school on Friday, February 17 performing in a workshop at Jazz at Lincoln Center in New York City. Afterwards, they toured the Rose Theater at Lincoln Center, had lunch with local Gilman alumni, and toured Carnegie Hall.
Elliot Shin '25 and Andy Yoon '25 competed and won at the MSMTA's Brown Memorial Piano Concerto Competition.
Gilman's varsity and JV squads left it all on the mats during the 2023 Maryland Independent Schools State Championship held February 17-18 at Harford Community College
It's been a busy few weeks for robotics students at Gilman. Find out the latest in FIRST Lego League and FIRST Tech Challenge competitions, as well as the NASA App Development Challenge!
Five teams of Upper School students participated in the Junior Varsity Public Forum at the Baltimore Catholic Forensic League (BCFL) tournament on Saturday, February 11, held at Towson High School.
Cian C. '27 came in first place in the USA Cycling eSport National Championships in the U17 category on Saturday, February 11, gaining the National Championship title for 2023. He placed third in the combined field that included Juniors (17/18).
Students from Gilman's Middle School competed at the Baltimore Chesapeake MATHCOUNTS competition held Saturday, February 4. The team came in fourth place, qualifying them for states; four students qualified as individuals. Congrats!
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!