A dual-sided approach to learning ensures that St. George’s remains an engaging place to learn, for both students and teachers.
Beth Horton, a faculty member from 1975-1999, is the inspiration behind the Horton Center's instructional services department. The value she placed on individual student attention is an educational model that our school continues to abide by today. The Horton Center for Learning provides instructional services, a skills-based tutoring program that works with students to master learning strategies not necessarily addressed in a classroom.
The late Albert Merck, an alumnus and honorary St. George’s trustee, is the visionary behind the Merck Center's research program. The Merck Center for Teaching seeks to nurture and empower faculty in their pursuit of professional growth and institutional distinction.
Merck Center for Teaching
Our teachers aren’t just passionate about teaching. They’re passionate about learning. With the Merck Center for Teaching, St. George’s supports the exploration of research-based and innovative strategies for the 21st century.Learn More