Campus life at St. George's is characterized by a strong sense of belonging, fostered by a culture that is intentionally student-centered. Students and teachers call St. George’s a second family. Families call St. George’s a second home. Relationships forged in this community are relationships that last. The commitment teachers have to students is evident in the classroom, on the field, and in co-curricular activities. In addition, a strong faculty advisory system, supported by professional counselors, offers academic guidance and fosters emotional and social growth.
St. George’s students take pride in their school. They play an active role in developing the school culture. Families also play a meaningful role by contributing their time and talent. In turn, we welcome insight and ideas from parents. For our students to experience more in their educational journeys, we believe a healthy, mutual partnership between home and school is vital.