Will McGonagle ‘23 and Neil Choudhari ‘24 Found a Non-Profit Aimed to Bring Equity to the World of Programming.
The GFA STEAM program focuses on authentic innovation. Powered by emerging technologies and rooted in rigorous STEM competencies,we value joy-filled collaboration and innovative problem solving.
By Jane Verlin
Head of Lower School
STEAM Day provides our children the opportunity to engage in curiosity and exploration around projects that integrate science, technology, engineering, art, and mathematics. At every turn, I witnessed our students partnering with peers and teachers in fun, interactive, and educational activities.
Upper School Computer Science teachers Sam Lowenstein and Janet Smith will spearhead a celebration of Computer Science Education Week, running December 6-12.
GFA's Middle School Robotics team won the core values award at the FLL qualifiers this weekend, qualifying for the state championships in December.
For three days, the GFA Middle School embarked on a STEAM mini-term, a trans-curricular endeavor around the themes of transportation, car safety, STEAM careers, and emerging technologies.
Computer Science, Engineering, and Design teacher Sam Lowenstein talks commitment to innovation via the new Middle School Robotics Club.
By Alexis Campbell '26
On January 20, 2021, although Ms. Oshin’s Science class did not yet know it, but nothing would be the same for four months. We were about to begin our STEAM "Human Body Projects".
By Modupe Oshin
This year seventh-graders successfully completed their human body BioSTEAM projects! Phase by phase, students dug in and enjoyed a love of both learning and innovation.