News Archive

2018

  • May

    Creators and Makers Honored at Arts & Letters Luncheon

    The Gunnery honored students for their accomplishments in music, creative writing and the visual arts at the annual Arts & Letters Luncheon held May 1. Upon arriving at Solley Dining Hall, faculty and students were treated to an impressive exhibit of student artwork on display in the main hallway.
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  • April

    From Wheel to Table: Art Students to Aid Empty Bowls Project

    Students in The Gunnery’s ceramics classes are donating their hand-thrown ceramic bowls to an Empty Bowls Project Dinner to benefit New Milford Food Bank. The dinner will be held Saturday, April 28 from 5 to 7:30 p.m. at Hunt Hill Farm, 44 Upland Road, New Milford. Tickets are $20 per person.
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  • Four Students Win Awards at “Emerging Artists” Expo

    “Emerging Artists,” a juried exposition that opened April 14 at Hunt Hill Farm’s Henderson Gallery in New Milford, features works by 15 students at The Gunnery. Of those, four received awards at the opening on April 14: Jean Fang ’19 won for best painting, Jenna Sittler ’18 won for illustration, Zoe Davis-Bowers ’18 won for collage, and Talia Zabit ’19 won Best in Show.
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  • February

    The Gunnery Drama Society Presents “Rent: School Edition”

    The winter musical at The Gunnery, “Rent: School Edition,” will be presented by The Gunnery Drama Society in the Lemcke Theater of the Emerson Performing Arts Center February 22, 23, and 24 at 7 p.m. The public is cordially invited and admission is free.
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2018

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Founded in 1850 by abolitionist, educator, and outdoorsman Frederick Gunn, The Gunnery is a coeducational college preparatory boarding and day school for students in grades 9 through 12/post-graduate. Dedicated teacher-mentor-coaches challenge students to reach their full potential in a home-like setting where character and citizenship are valued as much as intellect and achievement. Individualized attention and high expectations help young learners develop not only the skills and confidence they will need in college, but also the moral compass and love of learning that will serve them well in life. The school attracts ambitious, academically curious students who will both shine as unique individuals and thrive as contributing members of a deeply connected community. By the time they graduate, Gunnery students have become well rounded, grounded young adults with a sharpened sense of who they are and who they want to become.