Last week, in an effort spearheaded by Ms. Chiho Cotton, World Languages Faculty, four Gulliver Middle School students and their families hosted Japanese students as part of the "Wings of Youth" program. During the same week, Mr. Patrick Griffin, Prep Social Sciences Faculty, and the Upper School's Social Sciences Department hosted its annual US-Japan Diplomacy project, which simulates negotiations of a treaty between the United States and Japan.
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Five Upper School students and Prep Science Faculty Karen Cateriano recently returned from Sarapiqui, Costa Rica, where they spent four days experiencing and learning about the biodiversity of the Costa Rican Rainforest.
On September 22, 2019, Isabel Cuellar '21 published her first novel, Cities of Sand: The Artist and the Crown. Learn more about Isabel and her journey to becoming an author in this student spotlight Q&A.
The Academy swimming teams had a stellar showing at the 2019 South Florida Middle School Conference Championships (SFMSC) on October 17, as both the boys and girls squads came away victorious.
The Academy boys cross country team brought home the program's first South Florida Middle School Conference Championships (SFMSC) on October 17, 2019.
Gulliver’s journalism programs continue to excel year after year, setting -- and raising -- the bar for scholastic journalism.
As Health Information Project (HIP) kicks off its 11th year, Gulliver is set to welcome the program back to the Upper School for the 10th year.
Jake Seymour '20 had a productive and insightful Summer of 2019. He began by actively networking for STEM outreach programs and representing Gulliver's own CR Coding at a Florida Computer Science Teachers Association (CSTA) meeting to promote CSforALL. He then embarked upon a truly remarkable trip to Asia, starting with backpacking through Japan and an internship with Jin Mao Partners -- an international firm specializing in China’s Belt & Road Initiative in central Shanghai, China.
Due to Hurricane Dorian, our campuses will be closed Saturday, August 31 through Tuesday, September 3.
We anticipate to be open for school on Wednesday, September 4; however, this will depend on the storm's impact to our area.
We are monitoring the progress of the storm and will distribute updates as needed, including the status of the school reopening. We ask our families to monitor the media also. The latest updates are also available on the Gulliver Hotline at 1.877.471.1900.
The Summer of 2019 was an exceptional one for dozens of swimmers in Abuja, the Federal Capital City in Nigeria, as they were introduced to a new and exciting sport, water polo.
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Gulliver Prep student-athletes commit early to play sports at collegiate level
12/02/2017 2:00 PM
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12/01/2017 3:00 PM
Gulliver Prep star point guard Jamal Mashburn Jr. has dreams beyond basketball
12/01/2017 9:25 AM
Yana Krasnikova '18 Represents Ukraine at Miss Universe 2018
11/07/2017 11:15 AM
Natalie Caruncho '04 Returns to Campus for Broadway Audition Workshop
10/18/2017 4:53 PM
Taimaisu Ferrer Sin '17 featured in Telemundo's "El Poder en Ti" series
09/26/2017 11:11 AM
Telemundo's "El Poder en Ti" series featuring Sarah Menasce '17
09/26/2017 10:59 AM
South Florida teens give back to their communities with service projects
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