Seniors

Profile: Inji Hwang, Valedictorian
by / on June 6, 2012 at 12:00 pm

Profile: Inji Hwang, Valedictorian

For Inji Hwang, the path to GSA began with an intense, overnight, prostrate bowing ceremony at Baekryun Temple in Korea. The ceremony, which consists of 3,000 of these prostrate bows, is a form of prayer and requires much endurance and patience, both of which are attributes of a good student.Inji, […]

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The Debates
by / on June 3, 2012 at 12:40 am

The Debates

Many of you— hopefully—got the chance over the past few weeks to go to one of the senior debates.  These debates mark the culmination of the seniors’ English course curriculum and all other language arts skills they’ve learned over their entire high school career.  This year there were nine spring […]

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GSA Lunch, A Moveable Feast
by / on January 13, 2012 at 5:58 pm

GSA Lunch, A Moveable Feast

  Lunch: not a class, but arguably the best part of the school day.  Often, something discussed with friends at lunch is much more exciting than anything a teacher said. Actually that’s true pretty much all the time. But where does one eat lunch?  The Lunch Spot is a crucial […]

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Beth Doyen Finishes Purple Blanket
by / on June 4, 2011 at 4:40 pm

Beth Doyen Finishes Purple Blanket

The 2B French class has been watching Beth Doyen quietly crochet her purple blanket all year.  She’s been trying to complete it for three years.  She didn’t mean to make it this long.  We were astounded to find that, the very next class, she was crocheting yet another purple blanket.  […]

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