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Girls’ Varsity Soccer overcame a halftime deficit to defeat fierce rival Friends’ Central 2-1 in the Friends Schools League championship game and earn their first-ever FSL title.
Massachusetts State Senator Dan Wolf ’75 works to “revitalize, reenergize and invest in a healthy democratic process”—and he challenged students to do the same at the Annual Mercer Tate ’48 Lecture for Public Service.
Second grader Esme Harrison’s award-winning picture was used as “street art” on Germantown Avenue as part of a clean water effort.
New Head of Lower School Christy Reardon discusses urban education, world languages, curriculum development and her vision for the GFS Lower School.
Seventh graders learn Photoshop and InDesign layout basics as part of the Project Time Curriculum.
Canned foods and turkeys and pies, oh my! Our students are collecting food for our Germantown neighbors' holiday feasts!
Thirty-eight trees planted by Upper School Enironmental Action Club.
Hip hop scholar James Peterson draws parallels between the music genre’s underground culture and Ralph Ellison’s Invisible Man.
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