Alumna Hannah Jupiter ’00 recently found herself back at Gaynor, but this time not as a student. After five years of teaching in the art department at the Churchill School and Center, Ms. Jupiter is excited to return to Gaynor, a school that helped her grow. We sat down and asked her a few questions about her time as a student, as well as her hobbies and art.
Eagle Hill freshman Tyler Tang ’18 is settling in life after Gaynor not just in academics but in extracurriculars.
Using what he learned at Gaynor, Benjamin Mitchell ’10 followed his dreams to Los Angeles where he works for one of the biggest talent agencies in the world.
Massimo Agostinelli’s interest in art has taken him all over the world but he will never forget his experience at Gaynor in the 1990s.
Some recent Gaynor graduates stopped by to reunite and meet with current students to give them some words of advice…
Victoria Browning Wyeth ’91 has always had to work harder than her peers to rise above her learning differences. Her time at Stephen Gaynor School allowed her to meet some lifelong friends, and although school was still challenging, she is grateful to those who helped her succeed.
The Office of Alumni Relations, Placement Office, Student Advocacy Coordinator and teachers in the Blue Cluster got together to host a Grad Get-Together for the class of 2018 on November 1. Alumni from the Class of 2018 came back from schools throughout the city from York Prep to Brooklyn Friends.
Max Esh ’99 recently returned to Gaynor to share how his educational experience changed his life and the way he worked to achieve his goal of working in professional sports.
Seth Kramer is a member of Stephen Gaynor School’s graduating class of 1995 and has gone on to become a leader in disability rights advocacy. He currently works for Goldman Sachs, and volunteers with INCLUDEnyc, an organization that provides support to children and young people with disabilities.
In December, Tigist Smith ’15 was invited to address the superintendents and principals of every Rockland County school district at their annual holiday dinner. Tigist is currently a sophomore at Hudson Valley P-TECH, an integrated, six-year STEM program that offers a rigorous academic curriculum, targeted technical training, and comprehensive workplace learning in a dynamic, project-based environment.