St. George’s strives to embody perseverance, integrity, compassion and respect. With our mission in mind, as Chair of the Board of Trustees, I am happy to announce our support of Justice, Equity, Diversity and Inclusion (JEDI) work at St. George’s. This work flows naturally from the school’s Episcopal identity as the Episcopal Church in the United States has long had a commitment to the work of increasing justice and equity in our society.
t has become something of a ritual: every two weeks, New Orleanians must learn the rules to the newest phase of quarantine. This responsiveness and resilience has characterized the year 2020. It has also characterized this year at St. George’s. As educators, we have had to adjust to new realities brought on by the coronavirus, particularly in the realm of technology.
"The world of education is a deeply impactful societal structure, and we are ready and prepared to ensure that we start here at our school, at St. George’s, with being a part of the solution and not the problem."
What Makes Us Unique?
St. George’s Episcopal School offers a co-educational program for students in preschool through eighth grade. We pride ourselves in being able to do “what is right and best for each individual child.” Through our low student-to-teacher ratio, qualified faculty and family-like atmosphere, students gain the confidence needed to achieve success in academics, social development and emotional well-being.
Where Are They Now?
St. George's Episcopal School serves students from age 1 through 8th grade. After graduating from St. George's, these talented individuals go on to the most prestigious high schools in the Greater New Orleans area. In the last 3 years, 91% of our 8th graders have been accepted into their 1st choice high school.