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  • SGS 6th Graders Become Doctors for the Day in the “Sum of My Parts” Medical Board Exams Culmination

    By sgsadmin on April 2, 2021
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    Each spring, Seattle Girls’ School sixth graders put on their scrubs and become doctors for the day for the “Sum of My Parts” Medical Board Exams, a science culmination of learning.  At the start of the term, SGS sixth graders enter “Medical School,” where they learn about all the systems that make up the human body, choosing to focus on

  • Join us at our Virtual Groundbreaking Ceremony April 22

    By sgsadmin on March 22, 2021
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    Every year, we come together to celebrate our students and our mission at our annual Luncheon. This year, we will commemorate our students, mission, and community at our virtual groundbreaking ceremony. Join us over your lunch hour as we celebrate securing the future of SGS. This important step forward for SGS would not be possible without the incredible support of

  • Greetings from Hollywood – A Conversation with Maria Haras, SGS Alum Class of 2004

    By sgsadmin on March 16, 2021
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    As a member of SGS’s inaugural class, alumna Maria Haras is a trailblazer and critical thinker. The hands-on exploration and project-based work that she did during her time at SGS helped develop the skills and confidence she uses today as a TV development executive who works with Warner Bros in Hollywood. Learn more about Maria’s experience below! You can become

  • A Conversation with Sydney Swonigan, SGS Alum Class of 2005

    By sgsadmin on March 4, 2021
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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 continue our alum series with Sydney Swonigan, a program manager at Microsoft and current SGS board member. What do you remember about your SGS experience? I remember touring SGS as a 5th grader,

  • Brenda Leaks: My Journey to Headship

    By sgsadmin on February 25, 2021
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    “If you are a woman of color teaching in an independent school and in the back of your mind you aspire to become a head of school, it’s easy to look at the odds and stop in your tracks. I’m here to tell you don’t stop.” Head of School Brenda Leaks recently wrote a blog post about her journey to

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