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2018

2018

  • May

    GCS's Character and Global Education Programs Featured on WMAR 2 News

    Rosa Brantley
    GCS was featured on WMAR 2 News highlighting our Character Development and Global Citizenship programs! The news spot included Character Counts, the Children Against Mines Program (CHAMPS), Mrs. Mobley’s Kindness and Character Elective in the Middle School, and Peacemakers and Problem Solvers. Watch the news clip!
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  • April

    Six Senior Athletes Recognized At This Year's Spring College Commitment Celebration

    Rosa Brantley
    Athletes Commit to Division III Schools: Drew University, Rochester Institute of Technology, Washington College, Shenandoah University, Frostburg State University, McDaniel College
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  • Every Step Counts—Walk to Help Restore Safety in Mine-Affected Countries

    Rosa Brantley
    Join us on April 28 at 9:00 a.m. and take steps towards alleviating suffering and promoting hope, growth and stability in war-torn countries at this year’s K9-9K at GCS. Proceeds from the 8th annual K9-9K will sponsor a landmine detection dog and the purchase of prosthetics for Landmine Survivors. The morning will kick off with a run/walk. Dogs are welcome to attend this event! There will be three different courses to pick from - a 1k walk, a 5k walk, and a 9k run. 
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  • March

    Mathemagician Arthur Benjamin to Perform at GCS!

    Rosa Brantley
    GCS kicks off its second Dragon Dialogues speaker series with mathemagician, Dr. Arthur Benjamin. In his show, Mathemagics—The Art of Mental Calculation, Dr. Benjamin will entertain with faster-than-a-calculator mental addition, multiplication, and other amazing feats of the mind. The April 10th event is free to the public and begins at 7:00 p.m. at the GCS Mulitz Theater.

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  • January

    Faculty Spotlight: The Weatherman

    By: Brita Stewart, Middle School English Teacher
    When inclement weather is on the way, everyone at Glenelg Country School has just one question: What does Jim say? For two decades, Jim Silvestri has served as a teacher, coach, and in-house weatherman, often predicting snowfall amounts and timing of thunderstorms with greater accuracy than any news outlet. It is one of the many things that students remember when they think of eighth grade science and Mr. Silvestri.
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