Memorial Schoolhouse, one of the school’s signature and most beloved buildings, was built in honor of those St. George’s graduates and faculty who died in World War I. A lobby in the center of the ground floor contains memorial plaques honoring our veterans who died in wartime, up to the present day.
Designed by the architectural firm McKim, Mead & White, the building is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
A majestic brick and masonry building with a slate roof, the structure was completed in 1923 and houses two floors of classrooms and a two-story central Study Hall.
The building is currently offline as it undergoes an $11 million renovation and restoration, and is scheduled to reopen in September 2020. The former Study Hall is being transformed into the Horton Center for Learning, which provides free academic coaching to students in all forms with various learning styles.