Keeping in Touch at Boarding School

144-Michaela Drake

by Michaela Drake ’18

Staying connected to family or friends from a previous school is a big worry for many new students coming into George School. While it may seem impossible to stay connected to these friends and family with all of your school work, sports practices, and club meetings at GS, don’t worry, it is possible. Although I don’t see my non-GS friends and family in person as much as I would like to, I have found many ways to keep in touch with them throughout my years at GS.

One way it is easy to keep in touch with my non-GS friends is through social media. In today’s world, technology is always right at our finger tips. It is so easy to send a simple snapchat or Direct Message to let your friends know you’re thinking of them or to send them some happy birthday wishes. Social Media is a great way to stay constantly connected to your friends and family while you’re away at boarding school. While social media is a very convenient way to stay in touch, another less convenient but more fun way to keep in touch with your friends and family is by sending mail to each other. No, not e-mails, but real mail. Each student at GS has their own PMB at the post office in Marshall Center. This makes sending and receiving packages and letters very easy at GS. And let’s be real, who doesn’t love getting real mail from your friends and family?

Keeping up with family and friends you don’t see often isn’t as hard or as daunting of a task as it may seem. With such prevalent technology and the GS post office right on campus, there are many fun and convenient ways to keep in touch with your friends and family while you are at school.

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