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Join us for the final event in our 2018- 2019 Parent Education Series


Dr. Jennifer Carter: Leadership, Wellness & Balance

April 23, 2019
7:00-8:30 pm, Agnes Jeffrey Shedd Theater

Dr. Jennifer Carter is a counseling psychologist, specializing in sport psychology and eating disorders. A former competitive swimmer and volleyball player, Dr. Carter has always been interested in the psychology of performance - how to assist performers with their ‘mental game.’ She also wants to help individuals find meaning and freedom by learning to value strength of body, heart and mind. For Dr. Carter, it’s not about giving advice -- it’s about helping unlock a client’s inner wisdom. All CSG parents are invited to learn more about the balance between leadership and wellness and how it is important not just for our students, but for all of us.


Columbus School for Girls invites you to an incredible performance by Sara Abou Rashed. 

April 27, 2019

2:00 – 3:00PM

Agnes Jeffrey Shedd Theater, Columbus School for Girls
There will be light refreshments after the performance.

This event is anonymously sponsored by a generous alumna.

The performance will take place during Alumnae Weekend, and is open to the entire CSG community. You can register through the link below.

To register, please click here.

Sara Abou Rashed is a 19-year-old artist and poet. At age 13, her family was forced by war to flee Damascus, Syria, ultimately seeking refuge and a new homeland in Ohio. In her one-woman show, A Map of Myself: My Odyssey to America, Sara recounts her journey from war-torn Damascus to welcoming Columbus.

Sara's poetry has received national attention. In 2015, she won the Ohio Poetry Association High School Contest. Sara is the 2015 Columbus District Poetry Slam Champion and the 2016 1st runner up. Her art and poetry have won several contests and have appeared in several books and magazines including: Clover, Common Threads, the Voice of Youth Advocates, Celebrating Art and the America Library of Poetry. Recently,Sara was nominated for a Pushcart and has been awarded the 2016 Denison Book Award. For more information about Sara, please click here.

Questions? Please email development@columbusschoolforgirls.org.