Don't miss out on our Summer Enrichment programs. Registration extended to June 2nd!
Congratulations to 7th grader Monica Hoyos, who, on April 29th, competed in the Connecticut Invention Convention and became a VIP member for Science and Engineering. She was interviewed by a number of judges and about 50 guests, presenting her invention, a fluoride-free toothpaste "Bite Bright." She was also selected to compete with 300 other inventors at the National Invention Convention June 1-3 in Washington, D.C.
This year, 25 students from GCS ranked nationally in the Le Grand Concours, a national competition sponsored by the American Association of Teachers of French. Students were evaluated for their written, oral, and listening comprehension skills in French. More than 78,000 students in all 50 states competed in the 2017 event!
Over the weekend, GCS girls once again competed in the Science Olympics at Lauralton Hall. 7th graders Monica and
Olivia came in 1st place and 6th graders Kate, Juliette, Melanie and Michelle came in 3rd. Way to go girls!
Our Kindergartners love working with their 4th grade buddies! Both classes have been studying New York and American symbols and their teachers thought it would be the perfect opportunity for collaboration! The students created a Statue of Liberty directional drawing together and had a great time!