Thank you, StG community, for a very successful Give St. George’s Day 2021! We are blown away by the generosity of our 112 donors that resulted in a total of $54,345 given in 24 hours. Read more about Give StG Day on our blog!
Did you know? Research shows that 1 in 5 people are impacted by dyslexia, and dyslexia often runs in families. St. George's Resource specialists are passionate about supporting students with dyslexia and their parents/guardians. Learn more about the learning disability in today's blog post from Sherri Weiser, Director of Resource Services.
In this school year's first monthly JEDI blog, St. George's Spanish Teacher Señor Jake Guth reflects on his journey as a World Languages teacher, the intertwined study of languages and culture and the opportunity he has to foster inclusivity and help students create a sense of belonging for others. His post today teaches us more about Hispanic Heritage Month— especially its title— and the meaning of more and more commonly seen term Latinx.
What Makes Us Unique?
We pride ourselves in being able to do what is right and best for each individual child. Through our low student-to-teacher ratio, dedicated faculty and family-like atmosphere, students gain the confidence needed to achieve success in academics, social development and emotional well-being. Our graduates are ready for the world, not just high school.
Who We Are
St. George’s is an inclusive, welcoming community of students in nursery through 8th grade who are curious, creative, smart, funny and kind– a new generation of innovators ready for high school, college and a world of opportunity. We are a coeducational, Episcopal, independent school, but what does that mean? Click below to find out!