Did you know that Gunston installed a living shoreline along Gunston's waterfront in 2013? Ms. Beck's classes have been monitoring the success of the restoration since then.
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The plan includes a STEM Center and Environmental Field Station to support the school’s dynamic science, math, robotics, and environmental programming, as well as a new Athletics Center and Performing Arts Center. Additional upgrades include expanded and upgraded athletic fields, the development of a central campus promenade, as well as parking improvements.
The Gunston School is pleased to welcome comedian Brett Walkow as the master of ceremonies and auctioneer for Oct. 23 Bull Roast.
To reinforce what the students had learned, students were then asked to construct a 3-D model of the brain using various materials of their choice for the project.
The Gunston School is pleased to announce Seniors Abigail (Abbey) and Magdalena (Maggie) Miller of Easton, Md., have been selected as semifinalists in the 67th annual National Merit® Scholarship Program, making them part of the top 16,000 high school students selected out of 1.5 million qualified applicants.
The assignment was to demonstrate inertia, like in the tablecloth trick where you pull the cloth out from under the heavy dishes.
Gunston celebrated Unity Day with engaging activities and workshops.
Gunston Crew had its first regatta of the season (unexpectedly on their home turf) on Sunday, October 3, welcoming the Freedom Rowers to the Corsica.
Weekly Round up of Athletics from 10/08/21 - 10/15/21
A Weekly Gunston Sports Column.
As someone who navigates the effects of Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome on a daily basis, De Angelo is advocating for legislation to screen newborns for rare genetic disorders.
As the Chester Riverkeeper for ShoreRivers, Annie (Rae) Richards ’08 doesn’t have a typical work day. Depending on the season, she’ll either be on the water, discussing environmental legislation, or meeting with community members.
Gunston was the school that my parents chose for me, and they couldn’t have picked a more suitable school. I will never forget my first visit to Gunston. The headmistress, Ms. Mary Middleton, known to all as Aunt Mary, greeted us at the front door of a huge old and architecturally interesting building which served as her home and as housing for around 15 members of the student body.