Students walking on campus
Dragon Dash Color Run
Student skateboarding on Main Drive
Run in the Pie Race

Community Life

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.

88%

of St. George’s students are boarders. Students exchange knowledge, become friends and build support systems with students completely different from themselves.

Boarding life at St George's private high school in RI - New England - USA

Student Clubs

Amnesty International
Art Club
Astronomy Club
Backgammon Club
Baking Club
BBQ Club
Book Club
Calligraphy Club
Card Playing Club
Cartoon Club
Chess Club
Civics Club
Coding Club
Community Outreach
Creative Writing Club
Dragon Yoga
Entertianment Club
Finance Club
Hesed Club
Hilltoppers
Hip Hop Club
Hydroponics Club
Insight
Latinos Unidos
Math Club
Mentoring Club
Model UN
Movie Club
Painting for a Purpose
Pitch Perfect Club
Poetry Club
Rec Sports Club
“Rick and Morty” Club
Science Club
SG Spectrum Alliance
Ski Club
S'mores Club
Snapdragons
Spanish Club
Surf Club
Sustainability Club
“The Bachelor” Club
Ukelele Club
Universal Promise
Video Production Club
Women in Leadership
Young Democrats
Young Republicans
“Clubs at SG”

Karla Acosta ’22

The Honor Code

Honor Chapel 2018

Every academic year at St. George’s begins with the Honor Code Ceremony.

Signing the Honor Book is a schoolwide pledge to create an inclusive learning environment marked by honor, trust and respect. Each of us is most likely to achieve our goals when the framework in which we are working is clear, our responsibilities defined and our purpose shared. The Shield is our community handbook, and is meant to articulate and specify those shared purposes and individual responsibilities