GCS NOW

List of 9 news stories.

  • Teach-In: Puerto Rico is US

    On Lab Day last week, the high school welcomed a number of scholars, journalists and experts on the current situation in Puerto Rico following the two devastating hurricanes earlier this fall. The teach-in featured workshops, presentations and conversations about various aspects of the island's history, culture and status as a commonwealth of the United States. 
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    In the Wake of Disaster, Grace Students Organize

    The unprecedented natural disasters of the past several weeks have left millions of people devastated. Students at Grace have risen to the task and have started several initiatives to help those in need of aid. 
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    Junior Wins Grand Prize for Scientific Research

    Junior Albert Kyi was awarded the grand prize of $5,000 from the Michael Perelstein Discover Your Passion Competition to continue the outstanding work he did for his year-long sophomore independent project, which we call “March Madness.” The origin of Albert’s project started with a big idea and an uncertain path.
  • #1 in NYC and #11 Nationwide

    Grace is ranked 1st in New York City for the second consecutive year in the EPA’s annual list of the largest green power users among K-12 school partners. The school is also ranked #11 among schools across the nation, up one spot from last year. The rankings are a reflection of the school’s institutional commitment to combating the very real threat of climate change.
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    Mourning a Tragic Loss

    UPDATE:  There will be a viewing and memorial service at the Greenwich Village Funeral Home, 199 Bleecker Street, from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. on Wednesday, November 8.
     
    The Funeral will be at Grace Church, 802 Broadway, at 12:30 p.m. on Thursday November 9. A reception will follow in Tuttle Hall.
     
  • Alumni Profile: Alexandra Boghosian ‘03

    You never know where you will end up when you start at Grace. The possibilities are endless. Take for example, Alexandra Boghosian. From a young age, Alex’s mind was filled with intellectual questions, yet she never imagined becoming a female scientist. She was interested in the arts and math; she even thought would grow up to be an architect. She never dreamed that her quest to find answers would lead her across the world to join a research team in Antarctica.
  • Great Classrooms Start with Great Teachers

    Professional Development at GCS
    We are constantly learning more about the universe. It is the nature of academia -- from quantum physics to astrophysics and ancient history to modern day politics—that as our understanding of the world changes, what is taught in the classroom must change too.
  • Spotlight on Teaching: Telling a Hero's Story

    by Lucie Aidinoff, Dean of English 

    At Grace Church School, our collective commitment to social justice is foundational to each student's experience. The study of social justice begins in junior kindergarten and continues through grade twelve. Thus, on the Wednesday preceding the Martin Luther King, Jr. federal holiday, the community takes the opportunity to mark his legacy with a peace march honoring human rights heroes, a peace chapel and student led symposia and an assembly that focus explicitly on King’s legacy.
  • Discipline, Courage and Hustle: Being a Varsity Team Captain

    “Day in and day out you have to set an example for your teammates and friends,” said Matthew Solomon ’17, captain of the boys basketball team. Being named captain of a varsity team does not necessarily come with accolades or a bright spotlight as much as it comes with big responsibilities.