After months of research, Upper School students are ready with their presentations for the 10th annual World Perspectives Symposium. The highly anticipated event will kick off May 5 with a keynote speech by GFA's own Tauni Butterfield.
GFA announced Sunday that Eric Lee, the Senior Director of Player Development for the Cincinnati Reds, will become Greens Farms Academy's next Athletic Director, effective this July.
Production is underway for GFA Theatre's spring musical The Book of Names, written by alumnus Jonathan Bauerfeld '12. The performance, to be released this May as a movie, will be the first of its kind for the program. Watch a behind-the-scenes preview.
The All Things GFA Pop-Up Store is open for business today, Wednesday, April 21. For ten days only, you will have the chance to shop online for some tried-and-true favorites and special new items with one of two "GFA" school logos.
GFA's second virtual Dragon Dash this weekend broke its fundraising record for the second year in a row, raising $6,391 for Komera, a nonprofit organization in Rwanda that "develops self-confident young women through education, community development, and health."
The GFA community is invited to join the Parents Association for GFA's annual Dragon Dash Saturday, April 17, and Sunday, April 18. Due to COVID-19 restrictions, this will be GFA's second virtual run — or walk, skip, or jump!
Throughout the year, the fifth-grade class has worked tirelessly putting their experience of the "weird" year of 2020 into their own words. Flip through the finished product — Planet 5 — a student-made and designed book documenting this time in history through the eyes of Middle School students.
For the fourth year in a row, sixth grade students wrote a series of reviews in their English classes. These assignments allowed them to explore elements of persuasive writing, the act of including detail and description, and development of a unique writerly voice.