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, please call us at 509-464-8744. While school tours are not an option right now, we’d love to share our students’ and teachers’ enthusiasm for learning – whether in the classroom or through distance learning technology. Our Admission team will gladly guide you through the decision-making process, from initial inquiry to your first day as a Saint George’s Dragon.
> Call 509-464-8744 or Send an Email to learn more and find out when campus tours will be offered again.
The traditional Dragon Dance returned to Davenport and Graduation Lawns on Sept. 3rd to welcome the start of another school year at Saint George's. See photo galleries of the Classes Lined Up before the event and students in the Dragon Dance. Plus view a three-minute YouTube Video of the start of the Dragon Dance!
New Saint George's families gathered for lunch and to float down the Little Spokane River on Aug. 21. Here are photo galleries of people enjoying the river on the Morning Float, then Sharing Lunch on Graduation Lawn, introducing themselves and Preparing for the Afternoon Float, and Launching into the River.
With this year's 5th graders unable to participate in the traditional Transition Day to Middle School, the 6th grade teachers and Middle School Head Joelle Neiwert have created an informative, and humorous, video for the fifth graders to prepare them for next year. You can watch it too and see what Life in 6th Grade could be like this fall!