Sebastian Bilash

    As Remote Learning Facilitator, Sebastian Bilash assists Grayson’s faculty and staff in providing full access for our remote learning students, enabling their engagement and ability to meet their learning goals through technical support, hybrid class management, and the coordination of resources for the advanced distribution of class materials.

    Mr. Bilash is a remote learning student himself, studying engineering at Northeastern University after graduating with honors from The Haverford School this year where he was on the crew, cross-country, and track teams. While at Haverford, he was a founding member of the Thorns and Noble Book Club, a photographer and editor for the school yearbook and newspaper, and a member of the school’s advanced mathematics competition team. Mr. Bilash is a World Science Scholar, one of only 45 inaugural scholars selected from a worldwide applicant pool in 2018; he received a Grand Recognition Medal from the Duke TIP Talent Search Program in 2016 and has been a Davidson Institute Young Scholar since 2011. He is a PADI-certified open water diver and is certified by the American Red Cross in lifeguarding, first aid, and CPR/AED.