A College Prep School

Saint George’s offers rigorous academic preparation

Saint George's School

T eachers at Saint George’s School, an Independent school, believe in preparing children to succeed in even the most challenging colleges and universities. They translate that belief into a balanced curriculum of rigorous academic training rounded out with performing arts and competitive athletics. They believe that parents, who recognize the importance of higher education and who are also concerned with high college costs, don’t want to send their children off ill prepared for the rigors of college academic life or incapable of success in non-academic endeavors.

Students at Saint George’s are challenged daily to refine their analytical and creative skills; to question and defend their ideas; to accept responsibility for their actions; and, to develop their self-confidence through activities in and out of the classroom. They learn independence of analytical and creative thought; they learn to write, to think, to communicate more clearly, and to make informed decisions. The philosophy that guides teaching at Saint George’s School prepares students for life even beyond college in our changing and challenging world.

Saint George’s is…

Independent – We set our own curriculum based on our mission.
Non-sectarian – We are not directed by any government or religion.
Co-educational – We educate boys and girls in grades K-12.
College Prep – We prepare all students to succeed in college.
Non-discriminatory – We welcome students from all backgrounds.
Day School – We do not have students living on campus.

Fast Facts

  • Founded 1955
  • 371 Students
  • Lower School (K-5) with 128 Students
  • Middle School (6-8) with 108 Students
  • Upper School (9-12) with 135 Students
  • Maximum of 17 Students per Classroom/Section
  • 9:1 Student/Teacher Ratio
  • 15% Students of Color
  • 30% of Students Receive Financial Aid
  • Bus Service throughout Spokane County
  • Accredited through Pacific Northwest Association of Independent School (PNAIS) and National Association of Independent Schools (NAIS)