GDS is closed for spring break.


GDS is closed for spring break.

Georgetown Day School is closed from noon on Friday, March 22 through Tuesday, April 2. All school offices are closed, including Admissions and College Counseling. Any voice or email messages will be returned on April 3. 

During spring break, March 25–29, the Lower/Middle School will host a break camp. To register, visit www.GDS.org/BreakCamp.

High School Performing Arts Season

Past Seasons

  • Photo Credit: Dominic Bianchi
    2019 Winter One Acts

    8 photo(s)

  • Fall 2016: Peter and the Starcatcher

    24 photo(s)

  • Into the Woods; photos by Molly Yeselson ’16
    Spring 2015: Into the Woods

    15 photo(s)

  • Winter One-Acts 2015. Photos courtesy of Dominic Bianchi
    Winter 2015: One Acts Festival

    68 photo(s)

  • Marat Sade, in performance. Photo by Jordan Rosner.
    Fall 2014: Persecution and Assassination of Jean-Paul Marat

    9 photo(s)

  • Peter shows the Darling children how it's done. Flying by Foy came to the High School to teach the cast how to fly
    Spring 2013: Peter Pan

    3 photo(s)

  • Scenes from <i>Urinetown</i>, which opened April 15 and runs April 21, 28. 29, and 30. Photos courtesy of parent Jim Duncan.
    Spring 2011: Urinetown

    6 photo(s)

  • HS "Romeo and Juliet" Poster, Fall 2013. Designed by Michael Avery ’15 with Adam Greiner ’15
    GDS HS Theater Posters

    9 photo(s)

  • Salieri, Brendan Yukins '10, with Amadeus, Ethan Slater '10
    Fall 2009: Amadeus

    5 photo(s)


HS Theater Faculty

List of 5 members.

  • Laura Rosberg 

    High School Performing Arts Department Chair
  • Christal Boyd 

    High School Technical Director and Drama Teacher
  • Jim Mahady 

    High School Performing Arts, Acting Teacher
  • Jason Strunk 

    High School Vocal Studies Teacher
  • Maria Watson 

    High School Dance Teacher


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Georgetown Day School is a coed, preK-12, non-sectarian private school in Washington, DC with small class sizes and a diverse school community. Our comprehensive, innovative curriculum includes hands-on learning, honors and AP classes, as well as advanced-level math and STEM courses. An education is not just college prep and SAT scores. GDS teachers focus on providing the best education for each child, from elementary grades through high school. The school performing arts program includes theater, dance, and music. The athletics program offers competitive sports for student athletes, including cross-country, track, soccer, lacrosse, and crew/rowing. With our strong commitment to financial aid, an independent school tuition is affordable.