All Girl by Design
Girls thrive in an all-girls environment. According to research, students from all girls schools are more likely to rate themselves in the top 10 percent in math, are more likely to go to college to prepare for grad school, and are more likely to see themselves in leadership positions.
Just because we are all girl doesn’t mean we’re all the same. CSG’s student base is diverse – our students come from 47 zip codes and 35 local school districts, and students of color make up 31 percent of our student body. We embrace and celebrate our differences.
More pre-teen girls are taking up self-defense with the start of new school year.
When Clara Livingston learned she had to take a self-defense course over the summer, she wasn't sure what to think.
"I am not an athletic person at all," Livingston, a new sophomore at the Columbus School for Girls in Bexley said. "I was hesitant that I wasn't going to be good at it."
It is with a heavy heart that CSG shares Dorothy Sehring passed on June 26. Mrs. Sehring was a much-beloved, long-time teacher at CSG. Her daughters, Jenifer Sehring Alexander '72 and Monica Sehring Shifley '81, graduated from CSG.
The CSG community mourns the loss of John F. Wolfe, past board member from 1977-1985. Loving husband to Ann '63, and father of Sara '83, Rita '85, Katie '91, and proud grandfather of Abigail '13.
Meg Wilson '17 is the youngest commissioner at The General Assembly of the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.). The GA meets biennially and consists of commissioners elected by each of its 172 presbyteries. Congratulations Meg!