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Centennial Photo Gallery
Garrison Forest's History, 1910-2010
Celebrating 100 Years of Art
Student Parade & 100th Birthday Party
Toast From Coast to Coast
National Day of Service
Empty Bowls Dinner
Centennial Speaker Series
Celebrating 100 Years of Athletics
Hall of Excellence
Distinguished Alumna Award
Grizzlies Are IAAM-A Conference Field Hockey Champs Once Again!
The GFS Varsity Hockey team beat Notre Dame Prep in overtime to clinch the School's third championship hockey title in five years.
4th Community Connections Day Celebrates Cultural Diversity
The 2010 Community Connections Day brought together the whole Garrison Forest campus community in a day of cultural and service activities designed to celebrate the diversity within GFS.
Livingston Gives Treats, not Tricks
Led by the Second Grade, Livingston students, teachers, and parents made 2,000 bagged lunches for Our Daily Bread, a Baltimore soup kitchen—the perfect Garrison Forest ending to the School’s Halloween festivities.
Centennial Gala Shines!
Garrison Forest capped its spectacular yearlong Centennial Celebration with the Centennial Gala, welcoming guests to "The Forest" and creating an evening that will not soon be forgotten.
Centennial Parents' Visiting Day
Parents went “back to school” on October 15 for the annual Garrison Forest Parents’ Visiting Day—and enjoyed a history lesson in preparation for the day’s 100th Birthday Party.
Garrison Forests 100th Birthday Party Takes the Cake!
Garrison Forest celebrated its 100th birthday with an unforgettable, once-in-a-lifetime party for students, faculty, and parents. Happy Birthday, GFS!
Jenkins Fellows Offer Inspiring Reflections on Their Summer Service Projects
Five upper school students travelled this past summer to India, China, Peru, and Jamaica to immerse themselves in international service projects ranging from infant care in an understaffed island orphanage to a medical mission high in the Andes Mountains.
Noted Author JoAnn Deak, Ph.D. Visited with Faculty and WISE Students
Prospective Parent Visiting Days
Winter & Spring Sports Start Dates
Extended Day Option for Three-Year-Olds
Welcome From Head of School Peter O'Neill - See the Video Centennial: Celebrating 100 Years - Learn More The James Center for Public Purpose - Learn More The WISE Programs - Learn More