Posts Tagged ‘Academics’

Scholar Shelf Awards

May 20, 2021
Looking for some interesting summer reading? This year’s book awards are particularly interesting. You may be aware of the books given as prizes at the Underclass Awards ceremony each year, but did you know that…Read More

Underclass Awards 2021

May 17, 2021
awards ceremony Academic Book Prizes Awarded On Sunday we celebrated our underclassmen and their accomplishments over the course of the 2020-2021 academic year. Guest speaker Kenzi Clark ’13 gave the address.  It has been a great…Read More

2018 Commencement Preview

May 29, 2018
Gould’s end of year is rapidly approaching. Here’s a Commencement preview of what’s to come for our 2018 graduates this weekend. Ceremonies Commencement Weekend begins Friday, June 1 with a baccalaureate ceremony and concert, and…Read More

Finding Uweza in Karatu, Tanzania

November 18, 2016
Uweza: Swahili word for skills, abilities and powers.  Yesterday was our first day of class. Heading out for a 20 minute walk to school—usually alongside a herd of goats, many people on bikes, and some…Read More

Gould Makes History!

February 19, 2016
Hey gloggies! This winter I have been taking a history elective called Maine History, taught by Mr. Newell. This class has focused on different time periods ranging from 1500 to present day. We have done…Read More

Am I centered

February 10, 2016
Why can’t I center pots in ceramics? Is it because my life is not centered, am I not applying enough pressure, or do I not know what I want to create? When creating things in the…Read More

Gouldies are heroes too!

February 9, 2016
OVERHEARD IN SPANISH CLASS: Mr Alford, is the movie “The Martian” a cartoon, or was it actually filmed on Mars? Heroes are special things. And I’m not talking about the kind you see here, the kind…Read More