Welcome to Saint George’s School. You are among the many parents who contact us each day, searching for the right school for your child.
So what will you find at Saint George’s? Teachers, parents, and administrators who care about giving your child an outstanding education. Small classes – we average one teacher for every nine students. A diverse student population, representing countries, cultures, religions, and socio-economic backgrounds that you’d expect to find in a larger metropolitan area than Spokane. A commitment to affordability – about 35% of our students receive financial aid each year, totaling over $1.6 million dollars. A stunningly beautiful campus. And an education that contributes to each student’s academic, artistic, athletic, social, and emotional growth.
To discover what’s inside Saint George’s, we strongly encourage you to visit during school hours. You’ll catch our enthusiasm for learning. But whenever you come, our Admission team will gladly guide you though the decision-making process, from initial inquiry to your first day as a Saint George’s Dragon.
> Visit our campus any time by calling 509-464-8744. Here's a Map to Campus.
Every year, more than 90% of eligible Saint George’s School students return for the following school year. The Admissions Office tries to make the re-enrollment process as user-friendly as possible, such as the recent addition of an electronic enrollment agreement. But to make things even easier for SGS families and reward such great school loyalty, Saint George's is about to launch "Continuous Enrollment". See a Timeline Chart for how Continuous Enrollment will be rolled out over the coming year.
Three Kindergarten visit dates are available in 2019 -- February 8, March 15, and April 12. You must have your application complete and be registered to attend a kindergarten visit day. A visitation day is required as part of the admission process at Saint George's School. Please call the Admissions Office at 509-464-8744 to schedule your child's visit today...
Parents of freshmen and sophomores (9th-10th grades) are invited to their College Counseling Night on Wednesday, Jan. 23 from 6-8pm in the Dragon Room for information about preparing for a successful college admission process. Students are welcome to attend, although they will get the same information in school.