Diversity

St. George’s welcomes students and faculty who represent cultures and traditions from all over the world. We understand that a diverse campus not only enriches the educational experience but also turns students into global-minded citizens and leaders.


A Community of Individuals

At St. George’s, we work together to build an environment that welcomes, values and respects every member of our community regardless of age, ability, culture, race, ethnicity, gender, sexual orientation and socio-economic background. Our domestic students hail from 31 states – from Alabama to Wyoming – including the District of Columbia. Fifteen percent of our students identify themselves as students of color. Sixteen percent of our students come to St. George’s from international families, representing 23 countries spread across the Americas, Asia, Europe and the Middle East. The diversity of perspectives students bring to campus makes classroom discussion both stimulating and educational. Outside of class, students share their identities, culture and traditions in the dorms, through the arts and in student clubs.

Culture and Identity Clubs

St. George’s has over 40 clubs, many of which were created to celebrate the differences within our community. For example, students who join the International Club may share informal stories about how culture has shaped their lives. Insight, a multicultural organization on campus, brings students together across lines of race and religion to host discussions, lectures and culture-themed music and movie nights. In addition, Insight members bring cultural awareness to the entire St. George’s community by hosting interactive diversity conferences. Other culture and identity clubs on campus include the Global Issues Club, International Relations Club and language immersion clubs in Spanish, Italian and French.

A Coeducational Boarding and Day School for Grades 9 Through 12
St. George's School
372 Purgatory Road Middletown, Rhode Island 02842
401-847-7565
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