It is with great sadness that we share the news of Dr. Beth Farokhi's passing.
The 73 members of the Class of 2018 received 264 offers of admission from 135 different schools in the US, France, and Scotland. They will attend 52 different colleges & universities in 25 states and D.C.
Middle Learning students in the Pathways and Introduction to Graphic Design electives teamed up to create submissions for a show of activism expressed through art at the Center for Civil and Human Rights called "Awoken."
Congratulations to varsity baseball player Adam Smith '20 on being named to the Region 5-A All-Region Team. This season, Adam led the team with a .500 batting average with 19 hits and three home runs.
Max Rubenstein '18 was honored in the nation's capital on April 29, for outstanding volunteer service during the 23rd-annual presentation of The Prudential Spirit of Community Awards.
E.B. White's classic children's book comes to life!
Galloway Theatre Company presents "The Addams Family — A New Musical" in the Chaddick Theater on April 5, 6, 7, and 8.
World language teachers across all learning levels recently led students in a celebration of Galloway's first World Poetry Day.
Congratulations to our JV quiz bowl team for winning at the state championship.
Wesley Hardin '18, Max Palisoc '18 and Brendan Sallee '18 recently advanced to the Finalist round of the National Merit Scholarship competition.
The Galloway contingent was the first student class to visit the new Microsoft facility in Alpharetta.
Congratulations to the ScotsBots for winning "Most Innovative".
Congratulations to Mock Trial team members
Student musicians have qualified for All-State in chorus and orchestra.
Congratulations to William Winn '20 on being named Athlete of the Week.
Galloway is proud to announce that five of our students were chosen for three spots in Atlanta INtown's 20 Under 20 list for 2018.
Congratulations to Caitlin on breaking the 1,000-point mark!
HOME performance on Saturday rescheduled for Monday.
Galloway Junior Theatre Company's musical production of You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown on Nov. 30 and Dec. 1.
Involving more than 120 Upper Learning students, this experiential performance will be presented Dec. 7 - 9, at 7 p.m., in the Chaddick Theater.
Varsity cross country boys and girls both do well at the State Meet.
Each year, Galloway recognizes an outstanding alum who exhibits the school's mission. This year's honoree is Michelle Maziar '98.
Aden Simmonds '19 and Eliza Frankel '19 have been selected as delegates for the Anti-Defamation League's Mission to the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum.
"Asian Art Atlanta" will be on display in the Galloway Gallery through mid-November.
The Galloway Theatre Company presents Peter and the Starcatcher in the Chaddick Center for the Arts on Oct. 20-22.
This year's winter production at Galloway will be something special — a collaborative original work by UL students in all the arts disciplines: theatre, dance, music and visual arts.
Check out our expanded afterschool arts offerings.
The 76 members of the Class of 2017 will attend 60 different colleges and universities in 20 states and the District of Columbia.