Award winning journalist Jennifer Wallace recently engaged with the GFA parent community, delving into her book, “Never Enough: When Achievement Culture Becomes Toxic and What We Can Do About It.” Her research, echoed in a discussion with Bob Whelan, centered on the profound impact of “mattering”.
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Award-winning journalist Jennifer Wallace will visit campus on Wednesday, November 15 at 12:00 p.m. in the Janet Hartwell Performing Arts Center for a conversation about her new book, Never Enough: When Achievement Culture Becomes Toxic — And What We Can Do About It.
A publication for exemplary history essays written by secondary students, Jack's essay "Treaty of Versailles" was in the 5% accepted.
Faculty and staff from all three divisions are encouraged to sign up for visits during this week, not only to discover new teaching methods but also to set an example of lifelong learning for both their colleagues and the student community.
Twelve GFA seniors were recently recognized for their outstanding performance on the 2022 Preliminary SAT/National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test (PSAT/NMSQT) scoring among the top 3% of the 1.3 million students.
As part of our commitment to caring for the environment and considering our impact on the larger community, the Lower School enthusiastically took on the challenge of composting, with fourth graders at the helm.
GFA was delighted to host Professor Dan Willingham as the 2023 Coyle Scholar, offering an insightful day of conversations aimed at setting the stage for academic success.