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.
The Dragon Shop, GFA's beloved school store and your destination for all Dragon spirit wear, is back, online, and just as good as you remember. GFA and the Parents Association have launched two new virtual stores for you to get your fill on school merchandise.
On Wednesday, Oct. 21, Coyle Scholar John Wood, Jr., spoke to our Middle School and Upper School students, and later to the parent community, about the virtues of civil discourse and empathy in bridging the gap between the right and left. It was a notable day for our school community as we head into election week. Watch all three videos here.
The GFA Community Service Board, in conjunction with the Connecticut Food Bank, invites our school community to participate in a food drive on Saturday, November 14, from 9 a.m. to noon — rain or shine, with all appropriate safeguards in place.
John Wood, Jr., a national ambassador for Braver Angels, a non-profit working to restore civic trust and bridge the conversational divide between the left and the right, will join the GFA community on October 21 for a day of thoughtful discussion.
This past spring during the pandemic quarantine, Lila found herself working remotely from her family’s home in Westport, CT. She decided to launch a program to connect American university students with Unite’s scholars in Tanzania to provide them mentorship, friendship, and academic and social support.