• Seventh graders spotlight their skills in advocacy and activism in the Pay It Forward Culmination

    By sgsadmin on June 3, 2021

    Written by Jethro Swain, University of Washington Journalism Student This year, Seattle Girls’ School’s Pay It Forward project featured another group of passionate seventh graders who presented their own creative solutions to real world political and social issues such as tiger poaching, premature deaths in Liberia, and police brutality. The Pay It Forward event, which has been put on by

  • A Conversation With Deepa Liegel, Class of 2009

    By sgsadmin on May 27, 2021

    We are pleased to continue our alum spotlight series with Deepa Liegel, class of 2009. For more profiles, please check out our other recent blog posts. As an SGS alum, can you talk about your overall experience with the school?  I had a very positive experience with SGS—I was hyperactive, and even unruly—the traditional way of learning was not working for me.

  • From a Field Trip to a Forever Fascination – A Conversation with Anja Malawi Brandon, SGS Class of 2008

    By sgsadmin on May 10, 2021

    Welcome to the latest piece in our alum series. This month we spoke with Anja Malawi Brandon from the SGS class of 2008 about her favorite memories from middle school, SGS’s focus on STEM and STEAM education, and how a field trip to the Seattle Aquarium sent her down a path to working in oceans and plastics advising for the United States Senate! 

  • SGS April Round-Up

    By sgsadmin on April 30, 2021

    The April Happenings around SGS We’re back—face to face! April was an eventful month at Seattle Girls School! We have steadily transitioned  back to in-person learning and our students are thrilled to be back together again on campus. After almost a year of virtual classes, it’s a breath of fresh air. 7th grader Wenorah P. said, “In-person school is so

  • Why I give to SGS—Wendy Bayer, SGS alum grandmother

    By sgsadmin on April 23, 2021

    Wendy Bayer has been a member of the SGS community since her granddaughter, Eva D. was part of Seattle Girls’ School class of 2014. Having seen the incredible impact SGS had on Eva, Wendy continued to donate to the school even after her granddaughter’s graduation. Read this thoughtful conversation to hear Wendy’s story and why The Seattle Girls’ School gives

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