• April

    Students Hear From Dr. Chuck Wellman ’68 at Cum Laude Ceremony

    On Tuesday morning, 15 members of the senior class were inducted into the Cum Laude Society. After Mrs. Kenny and Mr. Ryzner presented them with their certificates and Cum Laude pins, all were treated to remarks from Dr. Chuck Wellman '68, who recently retired as the medical director of Hospice of the Western Reserve.

    In addressing the students, Dr. Wellman shared the three lessons he imparted on all his medical students and young residents: Be curious (never stop asking questions). Be quiet (listen to those around you and you’ll be amazed at what you learn). Be kind (to others and to the environment). His words should serve as guideposts for our students for many years to come. Thank you, Dr. Wellman!
  • Another Exciting Program Launching This Fall!

  • Calling All Honduras Alumni!

    As Mr. Teisl once said, "Jesus, ¿como te puedo servir más?"

    We are excited to announce the 2019 Alumni Honduras Trip from August 13-20. There are 20 spots reserved and they will be awarded on a first come-first serve basis. To reserve your spot, please submit the $100 deposit and attached application and waiver to Mrs. Linda Wheeler in the Main Office, or mail to Gilmour Academy, ATTN: Martha Ligas/Eileen Pryatel. 

    Gilmour students and faculty returned a few weeks ago and were happy to break ground on the Tiho Teisl Recreation Center in Nuevo Paraiso . During this summer trip, we are hoping to be able to see the finished product!
    WHEN: August 13 - 20, 2019
    COST: $1700
    PAYMENT: $100 deposit due with application, $800 due June 1, $800 due July 1. Please make all checks payable to HCRF. 
    AIRLINE: Delta thru Atlanta (If you would like to pay flight with points/miles, you will book your own ticket. Delta/United arrive 20 minutes apart on 8/13.)
    If you have any questions, please reach out to Martha Ligas at ligasm@gilmour.org or Eileen Pryatel at pryatele@gilmour.org.
  • Mr. Overman shares experience with The Lance at conference at Columbia

    Recognizing the success of The Lance in the Columbia Scholastic Press Association’s (CSPA) competition (the publication received a gold medal and journalist Zack Komoroski '19 earned an individual honorable mention in the Nonfiction Interview category), John Overman, moderator for The Lance, was invited to present at the CSPA’s conference over spring break. He spoke about the incredible benefits for students who publish online.

    He explained that young journalists can build an online portfolio for themselves that can showcase their skills and abilities. Here's an example of Kathy Jung's '18 portfolio she built during her time writing for The Lance. Any college board and future employer can easily access student work published online. He also talked about how online writing allows for hyperlinks that can be used to connect readers to related materials, including expert sources. He shared that students can reach the world through their communities when they publish online. Inviting his audience into The Lance, he used three articles as examples - one about Pinecrest written by Gracie Bujoll '19, one by Charlie Xie '20 about why everyone should participate in Model UN and one by Angela Liu '20 about the solutions that exist for climate change and global warming. Finally, he talked about how instructors can combine print and broadcast instruction by flipping the classroom, something he calls “Write by Night, Film by Day,” which allows his students to make daily use of our studio for news broadcasting. For articles, the planning, interviewing, drafting and finalizing for online print publication can happen outside of class. Mr. Overman explained to his audience that his ultimate hope is for all this to help our students tell the Gilmour story through student journalism.
  • March

    Camp Gilmour

    The official camp of summer fun is at Gilmour Academy! With new offerings along with old favorites, Camp Gilmour has something for everyone. You can access our summer camp brochure and/or register at gilmour.org/summercamp. Questions? Call (440) 473-8000 x2267.
  • Opportunity to Buy Farm Shares through Ohio City Farm’s CSA Program

    Want fresh in-season vegetables and herbs harvested at their peak quality? Don’t miss your chance! Join Ohio City Farm’s Community Supported Agriculture program (you can buy a half- or full-share) and pick up your order right on Gilmour’s campus each Friday from May 31-October 11.

    Read more about the program.
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