Gaynor News Feed

Congratulations to the Class of 2018!

On Thursday, June 14, the graduating class of 2018 gathered on the North Building play deck to pose for a final group picture before putting on their caps and gowns. Soon, they would head down to the gymnasium where approximately 300 people had gathered, ready to celebrate the success of the graduates.

It’s a G Thing: Stephen Gaynor School Gives Back For Hurricane Maria Relief

Mr. G from PIX 11’s “It’s a G Thing” stopped by Gaynor to learn more about “Art Works for Puerto Rico” and our yearlong hurricane initiative. As he and his camera crew quickly learned, the project went beyond Gaynor’s walls and deeper than just another art project.

Help Us Reach Our Annual Fund Goals!

Gaynor’s Annual Fund helps support the day-to-day activities and operating expenses of the school, the largest of which includes the compensation and benefits of our stellar faculty. Please help us reach our goals of 100% parent participation and $1M raised for the Annual Fund this year by making your gift before June 30.

Gaynor Theater Presents The Lion King Jr.

After months of rehearsals, students put their all into this year’s spring musical, a performance of The Lion King Jr.

Leaving a Legacy: Gaynor Alumni Network Honors Faculty and Staff

Gaynor’s second annual Legacy Faculty and Staff event honored those who have served our community for ten, twenty, and fifty-plus years.

Gaynor Cares: Art Works for Puerto Rico

In a continuation of Gaynor’s yearlong hurricane relief efforts, students created collaborative works of art to benefit the Boys and Girls Clubs of Puerto Rico. “Art Works for Puerto Rico” were displayed in a special gallery during Relatives’ and Special Friends’ Day.

Civil Rights Icon Ruby Bridges Visits Gaynor

Civil Rights icon Ruby Bridges was the first African-American student to integrate into a southern elementary school. She recently visited Gaynor to speak to students about her experience.

Giving Public School Students a Boost: Gaynor’s Community Learning Center

The Community Learning Center improves reading comprehension and skills but for one student, it drastically changed the trajectory of her academic career. Learn more about her story.

Gaynor’s Science Curriculum Prepares Students for High School and Beyond

Gaynor’s science department is dedicated to fostering students’ interests in the sciences from an early age, and to preparing students for future academic work in science.

Tips for Graduates Post-Gaynor

After recently crossing the 100 day of school mark for the 2017-2018 academic year, it is important to realize that graduation is around the corner. Our placement office has helpful tips for future graduates to help them navigate the world post-Gaynor.