The Greens Farms Academy baseball program has gone into a progressive new direction this summer, as Patrick Vigilio has been named varsity head coach and Director of Baseball Operations. Vigilio will be joined by long-time collaborator Mark Lambert, who will be Director of Player Development, according to GFA Athletic Director Tauni Butterfield.
This summer Connecticut residents and school supporters voted Greens Farms Academy as one of the state’s top architectural treasures. The American Institute of Architects (Connecticut Chapter) hosts the annual Connecticut Treasures Award, a friendly competition in which voters choose their favorite (via online voting) from among eight different structures around the state.
Visual Arts Instructor Jeffrey Baykal-Rollins will be at the Annual AP Conference in Orlando, Fla., this coming weekend presenting his topic: “Strategies for Supporting Students in Excellence With the Updated AP Art and Design Program.”
Have you ever thought, “What a beautiful place?” when pulling up the GFA driveway or attending an event on the Front Lawn? We are pleased to announce that the American Institute of Architects agrees.
Two Greens Farms Academy girls lacrosse players were honored on a national level courtesy of U.S. Lacrosse recently. Goalie Kelly van Hoesen, one of the top goalies in the entire country, was named All-American while attack Alex Nesi was named an Academic All-American, the group announced.
Wednesday marked the end of the school’s first-ever May Term, a seven-day immersion experience that takes the place during what used to be finals week. This year students picked one mini class from a wide variety of subjects, designed to allow them to engage deeply in dynamic topics while collaborating with faculty and peers from different grades.
Two New England championships and runner-up, an FAA runner-up title, and our phenomenal spring season isn’t over yet! Here are a few season highlights.
As the Dragons head off to Portland, Maine, this weekend for the 2019 New England Schools Sailing Association’s Team Racing Championship, the sailors themselves have stepped to the forefront in the eyes of first-year, Coach Edgar Diminich.