The GFA Chamber Orchestra and Wind Ensemble released their virtual winter concert today, a first for the department.
This month Senior Bella Bohnsack became the third GFA student in the school’s history — and the first female GFA student — to receive a prestigious YoungArts Award.
Last weekend, members of the varsity Quiz Team, Oliver Kennon ('21), Antara Singh-Ghai ('22), and AJ Tenser ('23), along with recent alum Annabel Roth ('20), competed in the National History Bowl, which had been canceled last spring.
Peter T. Esty, Head of School at Greens Farms Academy from 1998-2003 and an ardent supporter of independent schools and global education, died peacefully on November 15, 2020, in Andover, Mass. He was 83.
Six years ago, Jane Verlin never could have imagined that she would be leading the Lower School as Interim Head during an unprecedented pandemic. Nor could she have imagined that in the midst of these chaotic times, she would officially step into the role of Head of Lower School.
Today marked the release of GFA Theatre's virtual fall play Diana of Dobson's. The release comes as the program's first-ever Zoom play. The production is now available for viewing here.
GFA senior Katysha Sorokin will be co-facilitating a workshop on the importance of allyship at the fourth annual Saturday Summit on Social Justice (SSSJ), to take place virtually Saturday, November 21 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
The GFA Theatre Department has announced Diana of Dobson's as this year's fall production, which will be recorded and distributed as a virtual performance.