Robin Bissell '86 is making his directorial debut in The Best of Enemies.
The GA Experience - Alumni & Parent Stories
"My GA education means so much to me. Beyond the caliber of teaching and things that I learned, what I took away from GA are the relationships with fellow students and, in particular, my teachers, that I built during my time there. My teachers didn't just show up to collect a paycheck; they showed up to make a difference and to invest their time in me, allowing me to grow as a student, especially at such a volatile time. From ages 12 to age 18, especially as a female, is a crazy time of life. But these teachers were really there for me, and that made all the difference."
- Shelby Wildgust '12
Life After GA - Alumni Stories
The talented brother and sister duo of Gordon '11 and Mandy '09 Freas, who make up the team at Clementine Pictures, were named to Sony's list of the "Top 10 Emerging Filmmakers of 2018" and were also the grand prize winners of Sony PlayStation's "Emerging Filmmakers Program" in which they sold their concept for Hyperreal.
The GA graduate co-wrote the blockbuster sequel Ant-Man and The Wasp, which will debut in theaters on July 6.
Germantown Academy alumna Danika Gottbrecht '13, who graduated from Guilford College this past spring, has received a Fulbright U.S. Student Program award to Germany from the U.S. Department of State and the J. William Fulbright Foreign Scholarship Board.
Germantown Academy graduate Johnny Aiello '15 was selected on the final day of the 2018 MLB Draft.
Like many GA alumni before her, Ashley Begley '07 is pursuing her passion and has started her own company, Ashley D Studio.
Brian Grimes '05 is making headlines these days for his positive impact on the city of Philadelphia through his start-up company, Bloyd Street Capital.
Larry Gregory '68, the first African-American graduate in GA's history, was the featured speaker at the 2018 Black History Month Celebration.
We recently caught up with Germantown Academy graduate Josh Fried '06, who was Zac Efron's stunt double in the hit film The Greatest Showman.
GA alumna Lauren Eby '10 has always known that she wanted to work in international development.