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6th Grade Releases Trout at Bear Lake

The 6th graders released their trout into Bear Lake after raising them from eggs in their classroom aquarium. They also collected samples of creatures along the shoreline to study. See a Photo Gallery from their day in an open-air classroom.

See 8th Grade Coast Trip Photos

The 8th graders finished their Middle School career with the traditional week-long trip to the Olympic Peninsula on May 16-20. See a Photo Gallery of them exploring a WWII-era naval fort, hiking the rainforests and beaches, and recording the wildlife in a square meter of tide pools among other activities.

Massman Awarded Executive Women International Scholarship

The Spokane Chapter of Executive Women International has awarded scholarships to three local high school juniors totaling $12,000 to help them achieve their educational goals after high school. The EWI Scholarship Program selected the top applications from 14 schools, invited five students to a personal interview, and awarded scholarships to the three finalists. SGS junior Bianca Massman was named the winner of the top EWI Scholarship of $6,000. Congratulations, Bianca!

Knowledge Bowl Team Wins National Tournament

On May 7, Saint George’s Varsity Knowledge Bowl Team competed in the online national Interstate Knowledge Bowl tournament against schools from Washington, Colorado, and Minnesota. There was a written round of 40 questions followed by 4 oral rounds of 35 questions each prior to the final championship round.

Our team (Tariq Ravasia, Stella Brown, Teagan Canady, and Sam Morris) competed against schools of all sizes during the preliminary rounds and then won the Small School division in the classification championship round 16-6-2. They also tied for 2nd for most points overall regardless of classification with 90 points total. Congratulations, Dragons!

Lower School Authors Read Own Stories

Lower School students from different grades spent time reading each other stories on May 13 that they had written and illustrated. See a Photo Gallery of them reading all over the Lower School, and even on the windy sidewalk outside.