List of 9 news stories.

  • Busy Day on Campus

    It was a busy day on campus on Wednesday! The freshman participated in a substance abuse program. Sophomores enjoyed doing service projects at 10 different agencies around Cleveland. Groups served at Medwish, Maggie’s Place, St. Vincent de Paul, Geauga County Department of Aging, Jennings Center, Kemper House, Geauga Rescue Village, Habitat Restore, Chippewa Place and Catholic Charities. Juniors enjoyed a program on vocations, which explored the way vocation connects to the students’ lives right now. It explored our mission by asking big questions such as: What is my vocation as a student? How can I embrace my greater purpose? What is unique about the single life vocation? Finally, after taking the CWRA+ assessment in the morning, seniors learned the ins and outs of college in the “College 101” session sponsored by the Women’s Club (see story below). Check out the photos from the day!
  • College 101 Provides Advice for Seniors and Parents

    On Wednesday, the senior class and parents participated in a workshop called College 101 to help prepare them for college life. The program, sponsored by the Gilmour Women’s Club, allowed seniors to learn valuable information from professionals on topics such as legal rights and responsibilities, financial management, campus safety, life on a college campus and tips on how to be successful.

    Jeffrey Scott, chief of police of Notre Dame College, presented information on campus safety. Attorney Fred Carmen, executive vice president and general counsel for Millennium Management and past parent of Cameron Carmen '11, spoke about the legal rights and responsibilities that come with turning 18. Aaron Vaughn, a financial advisor with Ameriprise Financial in Westlake, provided information about managing their finances. Finally, we welcomed back recent graduates, Devin Fedele ’18,  Ethan Muchnicki ’18, Paige Cone ’18 and Marisa Salvino ’18 for a discussion about life on a college campus. The seniors had the opportunity to listen to each of the four presentations throughout the course of the workshop.  

    One of the important topics covered in the parent session was what legal documents you should have prepared when your child turns 18.  This article explains the reason for having the documents prepared. Aaron Vaughn, the financial advisor who spoke, provided examples of the suggested documents. We are including them here for your reference:

    -Ohio General Durable Power of Attorney
    -State of Ohio Healthcare Power of Attorney
    -Ohio Living Will

    If you have any questions about the documents, please feel free to contact Aaron at aaron@vaughn.legal or (440) 655-1234.  
  • Fish Fry and Live Jive - All in One Night

    April 5, 2019, Fish Fry, 5-8 p.m., Commons. Live Jive, 6:30 p.m., Field House

    The Bard of Beachwood and Live Jive Moderator Mr.Greenfield sent along his thoughts on why you should be sure to attend...

    April 5, 2019 will be truly historic - for the very first time, the Fish Fry in the Br. Richard Keller Commons will occur immediately before Live Jive, and - for the very last time - Live Jive will be in the Field House in the Athletic Center. You may start your "Lententertainment journey" at the Fish Fry in the Commons starting at 5. As you pass from the Commons to the A.C., the management asks you to take note of the more-than-quasi-inspiring alacrity of the construction of the new venue for Live Jive- the Dodero Center for the Performing Arts!

    Be sure to arrive at the Field House by 6:30 p.m. for a wondrous cavalcade of student entertainment - from Broadway to pop tunes to Korean pop dance remixes to original poetry, Live Jive '19 promises to be an event that will end the Live Jive residency in the Athletic Center with a bang and not a whimper. Writing of T.S. Eliot, though April be purported to be the "cruellest month" in "The Wasteland," there will be nothing but bright, spring-promising camaraderie and energy on campus on the first Friday in April. Come for the Fish Fry, stay for Live Jive, and take home a unique cornucopia of memories!
  • Midterm Comments

    Midterm comments for Grades 7-12 will be posted online by noon on Saturday, March 16.
  • Scheduling for Next Year

    Scheduling for next year has already begun for students currently in Grades 9-11. Parents can review and edit course requests online through Monday, April 1. Simply log into the Gilmour website and open your student's information. Click on the Course Request tab. The left column will show courses available to your student, organized by department. The column on the right will show the courses your student has already selected. When we return from Spring Break your student will be provided with a hard copy of these course requests for you to approve and sign. Here is a short video explaining how to enter course requests. If you have any questions or concerns, please email Jim Gutowski at gutowskij@gilmour.org.
  • The sunshine is here. The skies are blue. That can only mean summer is on its way!

    Why not take some time to talk with your student about passions, plans and possible programs?

    Visit the Experiential Learning Calendar on the Gilmour portal for suggestions.

    After the break, encourage your child to explore opportunities with Michele Kay, coordinator of learning enhancement at
    kaym@gilmour.org or (440) 473-8000 x3009.
  • Cleveland National College Fair

    Saturday, March 23, 1-4 p.m., Huntington Convention Center of Cleveland (300 Lakeside Avenue E, Cleveland)
    The National Association for College Admissions Counseling is hosting a college fair. Please visit www.nacacfairs.org for more information and to pre-register for the college fair.
  • CCIS College Fair for Sophomore and Junior Families

    Sunday, April 7, 12:45 (financial aid and applications sessions), 2-4:30 (fair), Hawken Upper School (12465 County Line Road, Gates Mills)
    The college counselors of the Cleveland Council of Independent Schools will host an afternoon of college information. Starting at 12:45 p.m., you can choose between a presentation on financial aid or an inside look at how admissions applications are read. From 2-4:30 p.m., there will be a college fair showcasing more than 100 colleges and universities. This event is open only to CCIS students, so enjoy this special perk! 
  • Freshman/Sophomore College Night

    Thursday, April 11, 6:30 p.m., Our Lady Chapel
     
    On April 11, the College Counseling department will host our annual Freshman/Sophomore College Night. We will feature two presenters - Ms. Susan Dileno, vice president of enrollment management at Ursuline College, and Mr. Steven Profitt, senior admission counselor at Miami University, Oxford.

    They will cover topics such as the college search, the admission application review and what you can be doing now to prepare for the college process. The presentation will last an hour and there will be time for questions immediately following. We highly encourage our 9th- and 10th-grade students and parents to attend this informative session. To RSVP, please email Ms. Reidy at reidyr@gilmour.org by Tuesday, April 9.

US Important Dates

Monday, March 18- Monday, April 1 -Spring Break
Tuesday, April 2 - Classes resume
Friday, April 5 - Br. Richard Memorial Fish Fry, 5-8 p.m., Commons
Friday, April 5 - 
LiveJive, 6:30 p.m., Field House
Sunday, April 7 - CCIS College Fair, 12:45-4:30 p.m., Hawken Upper School
Tuesday, April 9 - Cum Laude ceremony, 8 a.m., Chapel
Thursday, April 11 - Freshman and Sophomore College Night, 7 p.m., Chapel
Friday, May 3
- Seniors’ last day of classes
Monday, May 6 - Thursday, May 16 - Senior Project Experiences
Thursday, May 16 - Wednesday, May 22 - Senior Project Presentations
Saturday, May 18 - Prom
Friday, May 24 - Commencement rehearsal, 9:30 a.m.
Saturday, May 25 - Residence Hall Senior Family Brunch, 10 a.m., Tudor House
Saturday, May 25 - Baccalaureate Mass, 6:45 p.m., St. Francis of Assisi Church
Sunday, May 26 - Commencement, 11 a.m., Athletic Center

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