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The community welcomed Lizzie and Jonathan Tisch ’72 to campus on June 18, 2022, for the official groundbreaking of the transformational building that will bear their names: the Lizzie and Jonathan Tisch Center for Innovation and Active Citizenship. Construction on the site of the 24,000-square-foot academic building, scheduled to open in fall 2023, has already begun, as the former Science Building, which opened in 1968, is being removed to make way for the new center. 
 

Highlander Guard Alumni Weekend 2022

More than 375 alumni and friends returned to campus June 10-12 to celebrate Alumni Weekend. This year’s event welcomed alumni from classes ending in 0s, 1s, 2s, 5s, 6s, and 7s to celebrate milestone reunions. Alumni traveled from as far as Paris, Seattle, Charlotte, and Minneapolis, and some from just down the street in Washington. More than 25 members of the Class of 1987 turned out to celebrate their 35th Reunion. Their enthusiasm was closely rivaled by about 20 alumni from the Class of 1982, celebrating their 40th Reunion, and 18 from the Class of 2002, celebrating their 20th!
 

Senior Master Ed Small at Convocation in 2018

On June 10, Ed Small, the Anne S. and Ogden D. Miller Senior Master, shared with Head of School Peter Becker that, after 45 years of teaching, coaching, dorm parenting, and advising at The Frederick Gunn School, he had made the decision to retire.

“Ed has been an integral part of our community for more than four decades,” Becker said. “He and Peg have impacted the lives of countless Gunn students and we will have the chance to celebrate his service next fall. In the meantime, please join me in congratulating Ed on an epic teaching career and thanking him for his friendship and colleagueship over so many years.” 
 

Halo Award Winner Alder Curry 2022

Congratulations to the cast and crew of The Miraculous Journey of Edward Tulane and The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee, who won 3 Halo High School Theater Awards on June 2! The Frederick Gunn School Theatre Program received a total of 14 Halo nominations for the fall play and the winter musical. Congratulations to our 2022 Halo Award winners:
 

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