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Welcome to The Gilbert School
Serving Grades 7-12
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Gilbert Serves the Global Community
Through Our International Residency Program
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We Are Gilbert!
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The Gilbert School
Marching Band
 Gilbert Cheerleaders perfomring
Let's Go Gilbert!
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Class of 2019
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Forming Lasting Relationships
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Gilbert Gives
Through Community Projects
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School Spirit!



One School, One Team, Making a Difference 




To: Parents and Guardians of The Gilbert School:

The Gilbert School's approved budget is fiscally responsible and affordable.

The tuition for Winchester went down by $121,630 in 2016/2017, down another $388,561 in 2017/2018, flat in 2018/2019, and up $657,874 for 2019/2020.

This is a net increase of $147,683 over four years and is totally attributable to our temporary reduction in our international student enrollment. 

The budget has also seen reductions due to the contract we signed with the Receivers from the State Department of Education acting as the Winchester Board of Education.

The recommended budget for Fiscal Year 201 7 was projected to be $8,250,605 and decreased to $7,371,782, down $878,823 for Fiscal year 2019 ( our current year).

Our recommended budget for Fiscal Year 2020 is $7,818,609, up $446,827. 

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News & Events



We did it again! The Gilbert School received a Silver Medal from U.S. News & World Report as one of the Best High Schools in the country! This is the second time we have received this honor.

According to U.S. News, "Top-ranked schools succeed in three main areas: exceeding expectations on state proficiency tests, offering challenging coursework and graduating their students."

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Names Can Really Hurt Us Assembly

Conducted by the Anti-Defamation League, the A WORLD OF DIFFERENCE Institute's "Names Can Really Hurt Us" Assembly Program allows students open, honest and relevant exploration about diversity and bias in their school communities. The entire Gilbert community participated in the full-day assembly to increase awareness and promote a positive school climate.

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