"O-Town at G-Town"

One student with a knack for sports broadcasting has been treating our community to a steady stream of athletic interviews, some semi-serious and some downright hilarious. Owen Gund '19 began recording interviews with Groton athletes last winter. "I figured this would be a nice way to contribute to the school spirit in our community," he said. "I do them because I enjoy connecting with an audience and because it is fun to improvise in the interviews on camera." His improvisation is half the fun.

Owen is direct when urging people to come out and cheer on the Zebras. His signature line—a bit tongue-in-cheek, like many of his interviews: "Turn up or transfer." Watch videos

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Parents Weekend

Parents converged on the Circle from around the country and the world on October 19–21 for Parents Weekend. Highlights included 2,479 faculty-parent conferences, the headmaster's annual address, athletic games, receptions, and the Saturday evening concert, featuring everything from chamber music to a cappella groups to dance. For ease viewing your favorite groups, look for these approximate times (filmed by Vladimir Gurin):

Chamber Orchestra 0:48
Second Form Steel Drums 16:16
Music Prefects 21:21
Dance (with vocalist) 26:23
Chamber Choir 30:57
"I Hate Hamlet" monologue 40:05
Grotones 42:42
Groton Step 46:356
Maqupellas 49:42
Soul Sauce Jazz Ensemble 56:43

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Where Are They Now?

Monika Whipple
German teacher 1979-2004

What keeps you busy?

Living in Townsend, I am connected with several senior centers in the area and really enjoy my weekly visits. I help with trips, play games, and—my favorite—play trivia twice a month. This keeps the brain sharp! In addition, I am fortunate... continued


November 2, 2018 at 8 pm
November 3, 2018 at 8 pm

Fall Term Theater Production:
The Mousetrap by Agatha Christie

November 10, 2018
Alumni St. Mark's Day

November 17-28, 2018
Thanksgiving Vacation

December 7, 2018 at 7:00 pm
Lessons & Carols service open to the public

December 9, 2018 at 5:00 pm
Lessons & Carols
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December 18, 2018 at 7:00 pm
Lessons & Carols service for students/faculty/staff, plus public livestream

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