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Welcome to The Gilbert School

Serving Grades 7-12

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Members of Gilbert School's community taking part in the school's annual Thanksgiving dinner drive
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Gilbert Serves the Global Community

Through Our International Residency Program

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Gilbert School Marching Band playing
The Gilbert School Marching Band

See the band play their new show "AMPed" all throughout this football season!

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Peer Leaders Group Photo
Gilbert Peer Leaders

Gilbert Peer Leaders Support Our Students.

Color Guard Ready to Perform
Gilbert Color Guard

It's Performance Season!

Band Performs at Fall Showcase
Fall Showcase

The TGS Band is AMPED!



One School, One Team, Making a Difference 

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The Gilbert School is closely monitoring the recent outbreak of coronavirus.  While there are no reported cases on campus or in this region, The Gilbert School is actively tracking this emerging situation and determining prudent measures of prevention and response. As with any other public health concern, The Gilbert School’s response is guided by information from our local, state, national and international health agencies.  Currently, experts believe that the coronavirus originated from a live animal and seafood market in the city of Wuhan, China. Healthy, young people are believed to be at less risk for complications from the virus, while people who are immunocompromised or elderly are at greater risk. Information regarding transmission is still emerging, although it is believed that human to human transmission is very likely.
Symptoms of coronavirus include fever, cough, runny nose, headache, and sore throat.  Of note, we are currently in the height of the influenza season and many people are experiencing symptoms of influenza which are the same.  More serious cases of coronavirus include problems breathing, bronchitis, or pneumonia.

Preventative measures to prevent influenza or the coronavirus include:

  • Covering your mouth when coughing or sneezing

  • Frequent hand washing with soap and water

  • If you are unable to wash your hands, use hand sanitizer

  • Avoid close contact with people who are sick

  • People who are sick should not come to school

  • Maintain good personal hygiene-avoid touching face/nose/mouth/eyes

  • See a doctor if you are not feeling well

  • Do not travel if you are sick.

If you have been diagnosed with influenza, please do not return to school until you are 24 hours fever free.
If you have additional concerns, please do not hesitate to reach out to Kelli Gilbert, Student Health Services at or 860 379 8521.