at Garrison Forest School
At the core of the GFS experience is discovering who you are and taking pride in your unique personality, spirit and character.
Whether on the field, on the stage or in the classroom, find your voice and the confidence to use it.
in 16 interscholastic sports in addition to riding, polo and dancing
in Johns Hopkins labs through the GFS Women in Science and Engineering (WISE) program
by each Lower School class over course of the year during Physical Education Power Walks around campus
Brown, Cornell, Harvard, Johns Hopkins, Princeton, Penn, Swarthmore, UVA and Vanderbilt, among other top colleges and universities
across the US and around the world
riders and teams, plus collegiate-level equestrian facilities and one of only two secondary schools in the U.S. to offer polo
On Friday night, we gathered to honor the accomplishments of several members of the GFS community during the Leadership Recognition Celebration.
Today marked our first-ever Forest Day! Forest Day is an all-school, day-long event designed to celebrate our campus, learn more about environmental stewardship and come together in caring for our campus and the world around us.
We closed out the first week of school with spirit and fun tradition: All-School Light Blue/Dark Blue Sorting Day! Click to see pics from the event.
We are so excited to welcome back our Grizzlies this week and kick off the year with spirit and joy!
Recognizing those who have dedicated their time and efforts to growing the game while inspiring youth polo athletes, the USPA proudly adds Schwartz to a select list of individuals who have made a profound impact on the sport.
Get to know incoming School President Catherine S. ’24 as she answers questions like what leadership means to her and her favorite dorm room snack!
GFS Alumnae, Director of Polo Jenny Schwartz '11, Gabby Chiasera '22 and Assistant Director of Polo Cailin Phebus '18, took home the Feldman Cup at Seneca Polo Club on Sunday, June 11. Read more here!
Now in its second year, the GFS Dye Garden is a vibrant representation of how science and art work hand in hand. Read more here!