News & Announcements
Gunston's Model United Nations team traveled to Washington D.C. last weekend to attend the 57th annual North American Invitational Model United Nations Conference (NAIMUN). Gunston's Model UN members represented various countries and participated in debates about climate change, cyber security, refugees, and many other important world issues.
Kayla Flood ’21 represented the Gunston School at the Rotary Youth Leadership Award (RYLA) Conference in Ocean City in mid February.
The Gunston Players presented "CLUE! On Stage: High School Edition," this past weekend, February 14, 15 & 16, 2020 at the Church Hill Theatre to a record audience.
Rion McCluskey '21 delivered the closing keynote speech on February 4 at the Association of Independent Maryland & DC Schools' (AIMS) annual Gender & Sexual Orientation Conference: Making Schools Safe and received a standing ovation.
As you research scholarship websites, remember a key component of your search: You should NEVER pay for a scholarship because they are supposed to be free!
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Gunston Players present "CLUE: On Stage" Feb. 14-16 at Church Hill Theatre
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Gunston student Lilli (Lillian) Ward '21 recounts her experience doing a semester abroad at the Island School in Eleuthera, Bahamas and the lessons she brought back with her.
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It is that time of year where seasonal flu activity peaks (between December and March) and given the recently confirmed case in the United States on January 21 of the new coronavirus (first identified in Wuhan, Hubei Province, China), Gunston is taking extra precautionary methods to safeguard against the spread of disease, as recommended by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
- Health Notice
To forge a deeper connection with the broader community and to help Gunston students earn required community service hours, there will be weekly opportunities to volunteer in the afternoon during athletics. Students should check the Gazette for information about upcoming events and see Mr. Stephenson to sign up.
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Sage (Zeyu) Liu '20 raised $740 for coronavirus victims and medical personnel in her hometown of Wuhan, China.
Evie Hagan '22 spent the fall of 2019 at the Alzar School in Idaho and Chile.