Snapshots of St. George's

News Roundup: Jan. 13, 2017
Posted 01/13/2017 11:00AM

Weekly News

Greetings from the Hilltop!


Jan. 13, 2017 • Greetings from the Hilltop


2010 grad will address community on Monday


We're looking forward to welcoming Kinyette Henderson '10 back to the Hilltop Monday, when she will be our guest speaker at the annual Martin Luther King Jr. Day chapel service. Kinyette is now a teacher with KIPP New Jersey, a network of charter schools, and she's also a 2014 Teach For America corps member.

Young alumni making their mark


Turns out St. George's has not one but two alumni on Forbes magazine's prestigious "30 Under 30" list. Will Mason '08 also earned a coveted spot on the list, which recognizes young professionals in a number of industries. Will, who co-founded UploadVR Inc., made the list in the media category. Forbes editors praised Will and his business partner for their cutting-edge work in helping to grow and support the virtual- and alternate-reality industries. "VR is no longer just for the tech savvy," the editors noted. "[UploadVR is] focused on media, coworking and education. Along with its online publication, UploadVR also runs an incubation space at its headquarters in San Francisco, where more than 40 companies operate and collaborate. Editors also noted, "Thousands of people take part in its online education program — partnered with Google, HTC and Udacity."

Will joins another Dragon on the Forbes list: Caroline Guenther '10, who made the list in the manufacturing and industry category.

'A Passion to Create'


Today we unveiled the final installment in our six-part video series on students and their passions. Watch the video, "A Passion to Create" on our Vimeo channel — and meet Henry Savage '17, a student who found that some of St. George's newest courses aligned perfectly with his interests in designing and building.

Theater wizardry


There's magic in the air as the cast of the winter musical is hard at work preparing for performances early next month. This year's show is "A Very Potter Winter Musical," which follows Harry, Ron and Hermione as they take on Lord Voldemort once more.

The show was created by University of Michigan pals Darren Criss (of "Glee" fame) and A.J. Holmes, who wrote the music and lyrics and Matt Lang, Nick Lang and Brian Holden, who wrote the script. St. George's version of the musical will be performed for students, faculty and staff on March 2 and 3. All are invited to the show on Saturday, March 4, at 7 p.m. Daisy Mayer '17 stars as Harry. Learn more about the musical and view a complete cast list on our website.


2013 grad wins trivia contest

Congratulations to Gigi Flynn '13, who knew that Señora Mafalda Nula became a member of our emeriti faculty when she retired in 2014. 

This week's trivia question


We snapped this photo yesterday of boys getting measured for tuxes in King Hall by longtime SG friend John Peixinho Sr. from Viking Tuxedo.
What beloved special event is coming up in February that might call for such natty attire? The first to respond with the correct answer will receive a coupon for $10 off a purchase from the school store. Good luck!

Seoul, Korea 



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Austin, Texas


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Charleston, S.C.


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Alumni Hockey Game




All upcoming events are listed on the Alumni page of our website. To RSVP, email us here.


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