World Languages Students Explore Immigration Laws

The week of April 15, multiple world language classes traveled with World Languages faculty, Elena Morgan and Michelle Langwieder, to the Rian Immigrant Center, Boston’s welcome center for immigrants and refugees, in Boston for a deep dive into immigration. Students met with two immigration attorneys at Rian who shared insights on immigration law, the immigration process, challenges many […]

Chag Sameach from Gann!

Today, our 9th grade students organized a Seder Fair, drawing inspiration from their Jewish Studies classes. Each student crafted presentations focusing on various aspects of the Passover story and Passover traditions, with the aim of educating the Gann community about the roots of Pesach. As we approach Passover, we hold the hostages and their families […]

Gann Commemorates Yom HaShoah

On Monday, May 6 the Gann community solemnly observed Yom HaShoah with a student-led ‘Tekkes’, a commemorative ceremony in honor of Holocaust Remembrance Day. Throughout the event, students paid tribute in various ways, including heartfelt poems and musical performances led by both students and faculty. One reading in particular reflected on a compelling anecdote of […]

Leaving Gaza Forever Changed: Testimony from Injured IDF Soldiers

On April 10, our student-led Heifers for Israel Club warmly welcomed two Israeli soldiers, Lior and Yuval, who sustained injuries during their service in the ongoing conflict in Gaza. They participated in a lunchtime learning session open to all students, faculty, and staff, and engaged in insightful discussions with several Hebrew classes. Lior, who was […]

Join Us for our Inaugural Alumni Day!

We are delighted to invite you to our Inaugural Alumni Day! Join us for an afternoon filled with nostalgia, reconnecting with old friends, and celebrating the shared memories that shaped your unique high school journeys. New Jew and Gann alumni, alumni parents, and current and former faculty and staff are all welcome. Bring your partners […]

Gann Celebrates Purim!

On Monday, March 25 Gann community kicked off the week with our annual Purim celebration! Joy filled the halls as students, faculty, and staff wore their Purim best. Following our student spiel led by the 11th grade, we moved into our Purim carnival run by the 9th grade and our 12th grade Ozos. Students enjoyed games, […]

An Inside Look at Red Curtain Drama Club’s Anything Goes

Mazel tov to our Red Curtain Drama Club (RCDC) on their incredible production of Anything Goes! The dedicated cast and crew executed multiple performances and shared an in-school preview with all of Gann’s students, faculty, and staff, providing insight into the months of hard work invested in the production. The members of the Anything Goes cast and […]

Gann Mock Trial Advances to State Competition

Mazel tov to our Mock Trial team on a double victory in this weekend’s playoff matches against Eagle Hill School and Lexington High School! With these wins, they have secured a position in the Elite Eight round at the state competition, taking place at the Moakley Courthouse next week. Roll Heifs!

Gann in Poland: Journey of Reflection and Connection 2024

Over the February break, a group of Gann students, staff, and faculty embarked on a journey to Poland to dive into the rich history of Jewish Poland and engage with its present-day community. The trip aimed to immerse the group in the profound impact and devastation of the Shoah while providing opportunities to engage in […]

Anatomy and Physiology Students Engage in Hands-On Learning at Harvard Medical School’s MEDscience Program

Gann’s Anatomy and Physiology students had the opportunity to visit Harvard Medical School to participate in their MEDscience program, which offers an interactive, hands-on medical science experience for high schoolers. Led by medical students and residents in a case study and skill simulation, students diagnosed a patient simulator, representing a 75-year-old woman. The students focused […]