Remembering the words of Dr. King, and incorporating our theme of empathy, the GFA Art Department has put together a new exhibition, “Standing in the Shoes of Others.”
GFA's Middle School Quiz Team has qualified for Nationals after finishing in the top spot in this past weekend's regional tournament.
GFA Robotics Team captains Alex Necakov and Teddy Gartland led the Dragonids to a third-place finish in the Waterbury qualifier for the Connecticut State Championships.
Upper School theater students recently had an amazing opportunity to connect with Broadway and screen actress Janine DiVita (also alumnus Richard Del Bello's wife) for a master class on singing:
Four GFA photography students have been chosen for the 2017 Drexel University High School Contest Exhibition. The work of Sarah Klein, Ross Mix, Charlotte Cohen, and Brooke Bakish will be exhibited in the Gallery at Drexel University in Philadelphia.
Girls Who Code helped me to identify Imposter Syndrome in myself, and become passionate and aware about the need for more representation in technology. I find technology so powerful, and we need all sorts of people participating.
"If you embrace your FEAR and let go of your FOMO, you will open yourself up to inner growth in far greater measure than you can imagine."
Middle School leads off the holiday concert series this Thursday, Dec. 7, with fifth and sixth graders performing from 6:00-7:00 PM, and seventh and eighth graders performing from 8:00-9:00 PM, both in the Performing Arts Center.