Map and Directions

Saint George’s School is located just north of the city limits of Spokane on the banks of the Little Spokane River. For directions to campus, see the map and descriptions below.

Saint George's School

WEST -- From the Spokane Airport via the Maple Street Bridge

Saint George’s School is approximately twelve (12) miles from the Spokane International Airport. Drive time is approximately 30 minutes. You will take Interstate-90 east from the airport. Exit at the Maple Street Bridge Route and continue north. Maple Street becomes Country Homes Boulevard. Keep in the left lane, as you will turn left at the traffic light at Wall Street. Continue north on Wall Street. Follow Wall Street north and stay left. At this point Wall becomes Waikiki Road.

Move into the right lane, following Waikiki down a long hill through the light for North Five Mile Road, and at the bottom of this hill you will go 2/3 of the way around a traffic circle, turning right onto the continuation of Waikiki. (If you find yourself on Mill Road, turn around and head south to the traffic circle to turn right onto Waikiki.) Follow Waikiki past the Spokane Country Club (on your right), the road winds down past the golf course and approximately .75 mile beyond the entrance to the Club sign is the entrance to the school. You will come upon a red Saint George’s School sign. Turn and bear left of the fork in the driveway. If you find yourself at the Fish Hatchery, head out and turn right at the Hatchery gate.)

You are now on the Saint George’s School Road. This is approximately .5 mile long. Drive through the gate. On your right are the Upper School, where the Admission Office is located, and the Middle School. You may park in the Visitors Parking – along the grass, in front of the Middle School.

EAST -- From the East ( Coeur d' Alene) via Division Street:

Take the Division Street Exit off of I-90. This exit will direct you north. Continue north to Hawthorne Road. Take a left, past the Whitworth College Campus to the traffic light at Waikiki. Turn right.

Move into the right lane, following Waikiki down a long hill through the light for North Five Mile Road, and at the bottom of this hill you will go 2/3 of the way around a traffic circle, turning right onto the continuation of Waikiki. (If you find yourself on Mill Road, turn around and head south to the traffic circle to turn right onto Waikiki.) Follow Waikiki past the Spokane Country Club (on your right), the road winds down past the golf course and approximately .75 mile beyond the entrance to the Club sign is the entrance to the school. You will come upon a red Saint George’s School sign. Turn and bear left of the fork in the driveway. (If you find yourself at the Fish Hatchery, head out and turn right at the Hatchery gate.)

You are now on the Saint George’s School Road. This is approximately .5 mile long. Drive through the gate. On your right are the Upper School, where the Admission Office is located, and the Middle School. You may park in the Visitors Parking – along the grass, in front of the Middle School.

NORTH -- From the North via Highway 395 or Highway 2:

Turn right at Hastings Road. You will pass Mead High School on the right. Continue west to Mill Road. Take a left at the intersection of Hastings Road and Mill Road. After about half a mile you will come to a traffic circle; 1/4 of the way around the circle turn right onto Waikiki Rd. Follow Waikiki past the Spokane Country Club (on your right), the road winds down past the golf course and approximately .75 mile beyond the entrance to the Club sign is the entrance to the school. You will come upon a red Saint George’s School sign. Turn and bear left of the fork in the driveway. (If you find yourself at the Fish Hatchery, head out and turn right at the Hatchery gate.)

You are now on the Saint George’s School Road. This is approximately .5 mile long. Drive through the gate. On your right are the Upper School, where the Admission Office is located, and the Middle School. You may park in the Visitors Parking – along the grass, in front of the Middle School.