On Friday, February 23, nationally-renowned sportswriter and television commentator Dan Graziano, a National NFL Insider for ESPN, will be visiting Gunston as part of its In Celebration of Books program. Graziano contributes to NFL Insiders, NFL Live, SportsCenter, ESPN Radio, ESPN.com and ESPN The Magazine...
Congratulations to Gunston students Karen Chen, Nina De Angelo, Davy Song, Cynthia Yang, and Jimmy Zhao, who prepared, auditioned, and recently qualified for the 2018 All Shore Chorus. In addition, Davy Song was selected to the 2018 Maryland State Chorus...
The Gunston School Robotics Team competed in the FTC (FIRST Tech Challenge) qualifier at the Naval Academy on Sunday, Jan 28. The team finished 6th out of 27 teams, the best performance to date for a Gunston robotics team.
The Gunston Players proudly present Cinderella Waltz, a fractured fairy tale for discerning adults and precocious children, brought to the stage of Church Hill Theatre Friday and Saturday, 16 and 17 February at 8 p.m., and Sunday, 18 February at 2 p.m.
Gunston strongly believes that the athletic field is the place where important life lessons and leadership skills are developed, and where the values of teamwork, sportsmanship, and healthy competitiveness are nurtured. We value fair play as well as positive support for players, coaches, and teams.
With students at the center of every program, Gunston actively seeks to train young people to be good citizens and to be leaders in their society. Leadership is a skill that can be taught, and students at Gunston have the opportunity to work closely with adult mentors who will help them develop and direct personally meaningful activities both in and outside their school.
Chesapeake Bay Studies is just one of the far from ordinary programs TGS has to offer.
Consistent with our mission, Gunston believes that stewardship of the natural environment is one of the most important values we can instill in our students, and it is our hope that they will continue these practices throughout their lives.
Student Ratio 9:1
$1.3m Financial Aid
Founded in 1911
35 Acre Water Front Campus
offered in college merit aid to 42 graduates—class of 2017$4.8M
Average Class Size 11
AP Classes 16