Communications Hub

Welcome to Gunston's Communications Hub. Here you'll find news releases, announcements, stories, and an archive of recent communications.

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News & Announcements

Paget Kellogg '23

Paget Kellogg '23 won the opening match of the Eastern Shore Independent Athletic Conference on Wednesday, September 16th at Glen Riddle Golf Club. He shot a 39 and won by 3 strokes against the nearest finisher from Worcester Preparatory School.

 
New Sailing Fleet for Gunston

The Gunston School has secured a new fleet for the 2020-21 sailing season. After an extensive search, Gunston Sailing located a suitable replacement fleet from Harvard University. Under the guidance of Head Sailing Coach Tom Chafey and Waterfront Director Carter Law, the boats made the trek from Cambridge, MA to Centreville, MD over the course of two days this week.

A new student walks through a socially distant receiving line at Gunston's annual Embarkation ceremony.

Every year, the Gunston School kicks off the fall semester with a special ceremony called Embarkation. This year, a total of 70 new community members, which included 57 of the 60 incoming 9th graders, five 10th graders, one 11th grader, and seven staff members embarked, signed the Honor Code, and were greeted warmly by the community. 

Screenshot of Dr. Lipchock's YouTube Channel

After the spring’s crash course in distance learning, the faculty and staff at The Gunston School have spent the summer upping their game by exploring and mastering various new technologies and the creative possibilities they offer.

Student Stories

Lilli Ward'21 with a fleece blanket made for Johns Hopkins

Hello, my name Is Lilli Ward and I am a junior here at Gunston. Recently I have been thinking about ways that I can help within the community. I began to think about Johns Hopkins Hospital because when I was younger I spent a lot of time at Johns Hopkins. When I was eleven years old, I was admitted to Johns Hopkins and diagnosed with a rare disease called Guillian Barré Syndrome.

Recreation of Miss. Havishams cake from great expectations

Mr. Bamford’s ninth grade students recently completed a creative individual project focused on the novel Great Expectations by Charles Dickens. Students picked from a variety of options centered around four different themes including technology, art, writing, and a hands-on activity.

Nina DeAndelo'20

Hi, my name is Nina, and I’m a senior at Gunston. Distance learning is new for most Gunston students, including me, and this experience has taught me a whole new way to go to school. Personally, I have enjoyed the new experience of distance learning and I’m taking everything one step at a time. Shoutouts to Mr. Lewis, Mrs. Grabis, and all of our teachers for their support during this crazy time. Being stuck at home is not an ideal way to finish out senior year, but I’m making the best of things and enjoying everything I can from home.