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    News & Announcements

    Chesapeake Watershed Semester is BACK!

    We are excited to share that CWS will be resuming in the fall of 2021! Gunston’s unique program for 11th, 12th, and new this year, Gap Year Students, The Chesapeake Watershed Semester is an academically rigorous and highly experiential opportunity for students to study the restoration of the Chesapeake Bay through the dual lens of environmental science and public policy.  
     

    Senior Internship Program 2021

    It is Gunston’s tradition that the seniors have an exciting opportunity to design a meaningful internship program for themselves. In the past students have worked in a myriad of locales including the Smithsonian, government offices, private and public schools, hospitals, state agencies, private businesses, newspaper offices, and radio stations. The Senior Internship Program gives students the chance to explore areas of work that might be of great interest to them.  

    Student Stories

    Ashley Escobar '22 (standing) and Lucy Bamford '22 (monitor)  in AP Government during a "Mock Congress" exercise.

    In Mr. Lewis’s advanced placement government class, students took part in a “Model Congress” exercise, in which each student took on the role of a member of the House of Representatives, drafting a bill, debating and amending the bill on the floor of the house, and eventually voting.

    Bella Adams '21 creating a solar oven in AP Environmental Science. 

    Mr. Hoisington’s advanced placement environmental science class is learning about energy use, energy consumption and energy conservation.This past week, students have designed their own solar ovens for the “Solar Oven Challenge.”