• 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

  • Why I give to SGS – A conversation with SGS alum parent and donor Irene Basloe Saraf

    By sgsadmin on April 16, 2021

    Experiential learning and a dedication to social justice inspired Irene Basloe Saraf to send her daughter Hannah to Seattle Girls’ School in 2016. Now, Irene and her husband, Tal, are choosing to support future generations of leaders by giving to SGS’s Rise Up campaign to build a new, permanent home for the school, even after her daughter has graduated. Join

  • Snapshots: Emerson Lynch ’07

    By sgsadmin on April 13, 2021

    For SGS alum Emerson Lynch, middle school was a formative time– inside and outside of the school curriculum. “I came out as queer in seventh grade when I was at SGS, and I think that the expectation that you would be accepting of everyone was really a part of the school culture,” they explain. “When I came out, everyone was

  • Faculty Spotlight: Marcele Augustine

    By sgsadmin on April 6, 2021

    Marcele Augustine is a 5h -8th grade Technology teacher, 5th grade science teacher and 6th grade counselor at the Seattle Girls’ School. Marcele has been teaching at SGS for three years, moving to Seattle after spending 20 years teaching in New York City. After graduating from the University of San Diego with a degree in Literature and Writing, Marcele never

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