Friday Speaker, Director of Athletics Eric Lee offered the Upper School his perspective on “being where your feet are” ahead of Homecoming weekend.
Take a moment to read personal essays, creative writing pieces, poems, and reflections from our community.
Middle School Associate Teacher Isabella Ferrante shared the inspiration and execution behind a Hispanic Heritage Month activity that involved not only names and faces students recognized, but GFA students and teachers of Hispanic and Latinx heritage.
Chloe Whelan and Elizabeth Jones perform "It's Raining on Prom Night" from Grease.
Computer Science, Engineering, and Design teacher Sam Lowenstein talks commitment to innovation via the new Middle School Robotics Club.
Assistant Head of Middle School for Academics Meghan Chew explains how the new Current Events period on the schedule introduced this year emphasizes community and embracing each other's differences.
Over the last several weeks, members of the GFA community — faculty, staff, and students — were asked, "what advice you would give to your middle school self?"
At a time in history where the need for both compassion and human connection is at an all-time high, Evelyn B. Lee ‘75 answered the call. Lee’s debut novel Clean Sweep tells the fictional story of Carli Morris — one selfless woman determined to save the lives of those unable to save their own — and dives deep on homelessness, making tough choices, and mental health.
The Division Heads share their thoughts on the start of school as well as their advice for the best way to navigate the fall season.