Chiron Rose ’21
St. George’s students are happy on campus because our community gives them the space and support they need to grow into who they want to be.
The spirit of community permeates our classrooms where students participate in dynamic conversation and collaborative work with their peers and teachers. After class, students head to their afternoon activity, which may include athletics practice, theater rehearsal, independent projects, internships or community service. Free time to meet up with teachers, get a head start on homework or just spend time with friends happens after dinner and before study hall.
of St. George’s students are boarders. Students exchange knowledge, become friends and build support systems with students completely different from themselves.
Georgia Barrett ’21
Karla Acosta ’22