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GHS Featured Student Aaron Jaffe: Despite Gift for Politics, the Columbia-Bound Senior Will Study Applied Math and Computer Science

Aaron Jaffe, Greenwich Free Press, Leslie Yager

Aaron Jaffe delivered an inspiring speech on Veterans Day. Following up on his memorable speech, Aaron, who will head to Columbia to double major in math and computers in the fall, shared some highlights of growing up in Greenwich and years at Greenwich High School. Continue Reading →

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Greenwich Hockey Team Shares its Softer Side to Preschoolers at Family Centers Gateway Preschool

Conor Santry and several of his teammates spent an afternoon at the preschool to help each student create a personalized photo frame that they could give to their parents as Valentine’s Day gifts. The team also brought each child a Valentine’s bag filled with cards, a stuffed animal and candy. Continue Reading →

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Poignant Remarks Delivered at YWCA Greenwich Words Still Matter Event

An impressive panel convened at the YWCA of Greenwich on Wednesday night to honor the legacy of Martin Luther King Junior, and serve as a reminder in these times of increased hate speech and hate crimes of the importance of civil discourse. Continue Reading →

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What’s on GHS Students’ Minds? Holidays, Homework and AP Hard Caps

Currently at GHS there are “soft caps”which are a recommendation that sophomores take no more than 2, juniors no more than 3, and seniors no more than 4 AP courses in a year.
At the last student government meeting there was lively discussion, and a vote on whether to endorse a “hard cap.” Continue Reading →

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