Michael Weinfeld '91, PP
My desire to support the faculty at Gilman is driven by the fact that I truly believe they are the lifeblood of the School. They give so much to the School, and to the students and to their families, that it's imperative they get back just a fraction of what they give.
Cynthia & John Cavanaugh '87, P'21
Teachers make a difference in the lives of talented young men, and we believe it’s our job to make sure that Gilman is able to attract and support the very best educators.
Helen & Frank Bonsal '82, P'25
Gilman School has been an integral part of our family's lives across several generations. Anchored to this long term institutional connection is the belief that boys and young men benefit from formal, experiential, and innovative learning. Gilman has a unique way of blending the traditional with the contemporary, all wrapped in a moral fiber that stands the test of time.
Nancy & William L. Paternotte '63, PP, GP
One of the great joys we have personally experienced is seeing how Gilman boys benefit from endowed faculty travel and study programs. The invaluable opportunity allows faculty to bring real-world experiences directly into the classroom.
Anne & Thomas A. (Toby) Broadus III '86, P'20
For us, giving back is an obligation. I am who I am because of my experience at Gilman both as a student and as teacher. Gilman’s played a formative part in the education of my son and the man he’s becoming.