If you step into the Middle School art classroom you will find an image on the wall of a spiral staircase. What does it lead to? Who made this photograph?
Take a moment to read personal essays, creative writing pieces, poems, and reflections from our community.
Every spring, the PreKindergartners develop a long-term, interdisciplinary project. This learning is driven entirely by the children’s interests and imaginations; students author the work. We partner with the PreKindergartners by bringing their questions and passions into our academic program. Young children need to know they are taken seriously, and their ideas are worth acting on. Although the students’ projects differ greatly from year to year, our objective remains the same: We hope children will learn to take ideas hidden in their minds, realize them, and share them with the world.
Senior Annie Dizon was named a top three finalist for the 2023 TEAM (Together Effectively Achieving Multiculturalism) Westport Teen Diversity Essay Contest.
Ahead of the Upper School production of The Addams Family, Dragon Digest sat down with Director of Theatre Kellie Comer to talk about the musical.
The temperatures are rising, the sun is shining, and spring has sprung at GFA! Here are some signs that this vibrant season is in full swing.
Grandparents and Special Friends Day was a wholesome testament to the considerable amounts of love and support our lower and middle schoolers have from some of their biggest fans.
On Saturday, April 8, the Upper School Community Service Board held its 45th annual Special Day for Special People.
On Thursday, March 30, several upper schoolers took part in an on-campus Penumbra retreat.