Casey Gerald, CEO of MBAs Across America, spoke at an Upper School Assembly on December 4. Mr. Gerald, whose Harvard MBA graduation speech went viral last May, overcame nearly insurmountable odds to escape a troubled childhood and become the success he is today.
Greenwich Academy is dedicated to promoting global awareness on an economic, cultural, political level among all its students. Beginning in Lower School and continuing through Group XII, GA girls are given opportunities to explore and gain a deeper appreciation for the vastness of the human experience.
Since circa 1955, the Greenwich Academy community has come together for Ingathering, to celebrate Thanksgiving by giving to others.
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It's Computer Science Education Week, and that means GA students of all ages are once again participating in the Hour of Code initiative.
Last Sunday, Greenwich Academy's FLL robotics teams, the EduGators #1252 and the GatorTots #1253 traveled to Shelton, CT for the CT State FLL Championship Tournament. Forty-eight teams, which were the "best of the best" from around the state, competed to win the coveted Champions Award.
"Failure was the beginning of the life that I now live," said guest speaker Casey Gerald as he explained some of the career and life choices he's made. Since graduating from Harvard Business School (HBS) last spring, he has been leading the nonprofit, MBAs Across America.
Visiting author Jarrett Krosoczka wrote and illustrated his first picture book while he was still in elementary school. And while he may not have published a book until he was an adult, Mr. Krosoczka was quick to point out that his career as an author and illustrator began with the "self-published" works of his childhood.