On Monday, April 12, the Prep School took part in Equity Day, an annual event devoted to reflection on identity, activism and other topics surrounding equity and social justice. To kick off the day of conversations and workshops, Dr. Sarah Elizabeth Lewis, a Harvard University professor in the Department of History of Art and Architecture and the Department of African and African American Studies, addressed the Prep School community as the keynote speaker.
Ask Our Students
Our best ambassadors for the School are the students themselves. Here, some of our student tour guides, members of the Blue Key Club, answer some of the most frequently asked questions they hear on tours.
the CGPS Community
Tessa '20 talks about CGPS's tight-knit community that can be found throughout the Prep School.
What about homework?
Jeremy '20 fills us in about teacher expectations and a balanced life at CGPS.
The 9th Grade trip at CgpS
Frank '23 reflects on the importance of CGPS's traditional 9th grade orientation trip.
Do you have any advice for new students?
What insight can Sasha '23 give for new students?
Clubs AT CGPS
Joel '21 fills us in on what role the over 100 clubs CGPS offers play in the Prep School.
THE CGPS COLLEGE PROCESS
Oamiya '20 discusses how CGPS helps students navigate the college application process.
What makes CGPS UNIQUE?
Antonia '21 shares her perspective on what sets CGPS apart from other schools.
What's one thing I would change about CGPS?
Is there one thing that Jeremy '20 would do differently?