Nick Attai '18 and Leah Attai '19 each received awards at the annual Reach Prep Luncheon at the Greenwich Hyatt.
Junior Grace McGonagle will spend her summer researching cancer through a prestigious internship at Yale. The internship selection process was highly competitive, with less than 10% of applicants chosen from a large international pool.
Three GFA students will be featured presenters at this year's Catalyst Conference. The conference is a student-driven online forum featuring more than 430 presenters from 64 schools around the world. It was created to provide the students with the opportunity to showcase their ideas for sparking change in local communities.
Kendall Roche was selected as a 2018 Certificate of Distinction recipient of the Award for Aspirations in Computing (AiC). According to the selection committee, Roche was chosen “ because of [her] computing-related aspirations and for [her] demonstrated interest in technology, solid leadership ability, academic history, and plans for post-secondary education.”
Renowned squash coach Mike Way visited the GFA courts this past weekend, where he shared his expertise with athletes of all ages.
It always feels great when you can put a smile on a child's face. But to delight dozens of Syrian refugee children — facing the most dire of circumstances — is a very special opportunity.
Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are Dead, by Tom Stoppard, is one of those bellwether plays: a unique combination of homage to and parody of the greatest play in the English language. Acclaimed as a modern masterpiece, this existentialist play is the fabulously inventive tale of Shakespeare's Hamlet as told by two of its most minor characters.
For the first time in its seven-year history, the World Perspectives Symposium will be open to the community. Join us Wednesday, April 18, starting at 8:15AM, for a day of international discourse, as more than 40 students in Middle and Upper School bring to light a vast array of globally significant topics.