above: the presentation from Gordon's first-ever virtual Open House, Saturday, October 31st
Gordon's first-ever virtual Admission Open House went fabulously, thanks to the over-seventy families who turned out to hear from students, parents, faculty and alumni.
The event also doubled as a launch for Gordon's new socially distanced campus tours. After Open House, seventeen families came to campus over the course of the day, getting immersed in the Gordon experience through multimedia presentations driven by twelve QR code stations.
Families who couldn't make it can catch up with the video embedded above
Families who are ready to start the admissions journey should begin at www.gordonschool.org/inquire
Families who have begun the applications process can sign up for their campus tour by following the links at www.gordonschool.org/parentlogin
To learn more about the Gordon experience, please explore Gordon's blog at www.gordonschool.org/news
Mark your calendars for a two-part event that is open to the public. Race in the USA will be led by eighth grade humanities teacher Luke Anderson as a part of our ongoing parent dialogue series, Antiracist Practice and Pedagogy. Mr. Anderson is the leader of the eighth grade Civil Rights Trip, and he will be discussing the history of race in the United States as taught in his classroom.
Join us on Tuesday, January 12th at 6:30pm for part one and again on Tuesday, March 2nd at 6:30pm for the followup. Learn more about the entire series