by Andrew Arth ’19
Hello Friends, to begin I would like to introduce myself. I am Andrew Arth, a senior day student, IB Diploma candidate and two sport varsity athlete. I will be taking you through my first term of my senior year at GS, but first you should get to know me a little better. The story starts with my brother, who graduated in 2014 and showed me what George School was, what it is, and what it could be. I fell in love with it at first sight, infatuated and drawn in by the sprawl of South Lawn, the history of the brick, and the energy of the students. Fast forward, almost eight years and here I am. I am a co-founder and leader of a club, 2 year member of the Discipline Committee, a 3x varsity captain, a writing center mentor, and perhaps most importantly writing this blog to you, the reader, right now. This is my most important task to date because I want to share what George School means to me and what it could possibly mean to you. There will be ups and downs, highs and lows, victories and losses, but most importantly there will be one constant: George School. It is the glue which holds our very community together. Let me share it with you. Signing out for now.