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  • Why I give to SGS – Natalie Anderson, SGS Class of 2007

    By sgsadmin on January 13, 2021
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    Ever since graduation, Natalie Anderson, SGS class of 2007, has continued to be an active member of the SGS community. In this conversation, Natalie explains why she is choosing to invest in the future of the school and its mission, and in turn, in the generational leadership that SGS builds in its students. Natalie is a proud SGS donor and

  • A Conversation with Maya Shields, SGS Alum Class of 2017

    By sgsadmin on January 9, 2021
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    We continue our alums series with a compelling conversation with high school senior and SGS alum Maya Shields. Maya shares how her experiences of service while at SGS have shaped her sense of community, as well as the events that influenced her vision for a future in law and social justice.  As an SGS alum, can you talk about your overall experience

  • A Conversation with Anna Partridge, SGS Alum Class of 2008

    By sgsadmin on December 16, 2020
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    As the Rise Up campaign propels Seattle Girls’ School towards the future, we’re reflecting on and celebrating those who helped make SGS the incredible school it is today. We sat down (virtually) with SGS alum Anna Partridge in a conversation about her unique experience with SGS and how it continues to impact her life today. Anna is a former Fulbright

  • Learning more about the Adventure + Wellness Program

    By sgsadmin on December 14, 2020
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    Seattle Girls’ School approaches the learning and growth of its students in a holistic manner, and its Adventure + Wellness program is a key component of that. The program’s goal is to have SGS students develop comfort and confidence in who they are and what they are capable of physically, emotionally, and in relationship to others. They learn the importance

  • SGS Recognized as Top Ten Most Equitable Workplace in 2020

    By sgsadmin on December 8, 2020
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    With our students, we emphasize the need for raising up a diversity of voices and bringing equity into everything we do—that includes how we work as a team of faculty and staff. Gender Equity Now (GEN) recognized this commitment by naming SGS one of Washington State’s top ten most equitable workplaces of 2020 in their GEN Index. This list was

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