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Winter 2020 Sports Awards at Gunston

On Monday, February 24th, Gunston basketball teams gathered for Winter Sports Awards to celebrate a hard fought season. This year's iteration of the basketball program featured an expansion to include junior varsity girls. The team featured eleven student-athletes that honed their skills throughout the year to prepare them for potential varsity playing time in the future.

Gunston International Students Enjoy Traditional "Hot Pot" Dinner

International students and Gunston staff gathered recently for a traditional "hot pot" dinner. Hot pot, or hotpot (simplified Chinese: 火锅; pinyin: huǒguō), is a popular Chinese cooking method, prepared with a simmering pot of soup stock or broth on an induction burner.

Gunston Robotics team at February 2020 Qualifier
The Gunston Robotics Team competed in a regional FTC qualifier in Columbia MD this past Sunday. This was their second and final tournament for the year, and they showed strong progress, winning three out of five matches, finishing 13th out of 36, and increasing their average score by a factor of seven.
Model UN at DC Conference

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.

Announcements

Gunston Asks “What’s Your Story?” on Annual Global Awareness Day

On February 28, Gunston continued its annual tradition of a school-wide, student-led Global Awareness Day featuring a diverse array of interactive workshops and presentations designed to encourage students to challenge their perspectives, reflect upon their values and identity, and examine their relationship with the world around them, with the ultimate goal of helping them to prepare for the unique demands of a globalized economy. 

  • Global Awareness Day

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