In the third of a monthly series where Faculty and Staff share personal stories with the Middle School community, MS English Fellow Megan Ruppel shared her experience of growth from loss and her time at the Edinburgh Fringe.
Take a moment to read personal essays, creative writing pieces, poems, and reflections from our community.
By Alexis Campbell '26
On January 12, we (the seventh grade) got a better understanding of architecture from Mr. Roger Ferris, who designed GFA’s Performing Arts Center and squash building. He talked to us about how pre-algebra applies itself outside of the classroom.
In the fifth-grade Health and Wellness seminar, much of the focus this year has been on self-reflection, meditation, and mindfulness. During the remote learning days post-winter break, students listened to a meditation of their choice and wrote a reflection on their experience.
It was a historic week on campus! See scenes from week 18 here.
Welcome to the GFA Chamber Orchestra and Wind Ensemble Winter Concert! We are pleased to present this virtual performance.
Kindergarten teacher Katie Mack and third-grade teacher Jennifer Ferreira
helped continue the conversation about identity in their classes, helping students better understand the Martin Luther King Day holiday, defining words including equal, fair, equity, race, racism, and advocate.
In the latest installment of the Upper School Friday Speaker series, Athletics Communications Coordinator John Nash talks his love of writing, "Project 365", and longtime career in journalism.
The Monday following the storm on the Capitol building, GFA Middle School took place in many thoughtful, bi-partisan conversations in understanding and reflecting on the moment in history. Here are the wise-beyond-their-years snippets of the student response to the question, “How will this period of time be remembered in American history?”