Plan to join us for our annual Lessons and Carols on Wednesday, December 19th at 6:00 pm. This annual tradition is open to family, friends, and the community!
Help us build our school! We’re breaking ground on our new High School building and construction begins soon!
- High School building, athletic fields and outdoor classroom
- Purchase of additional property to allow for development of infrastructure
- Growing endowment and scholarships
Visit our capital campaign page to learn more and to give online. Click here.
Join us on Friday, November 9th at 8:00 am in our back parking lot for our Groundbreaking Ceremony for our new High School Building and athletic fields! The Groundbreaking Ceremony will be the Celebration Chapel.
It’s time to order your student-drawn Christmas Cards to send out to family and friends this season! Use the formstack link to make your purchase. A flickr gallery will be available soon to see a preview of your student’s artwork. Click here to order.
Congratulations to Sera Elizabeth Davidson, the only student in the St. George’s service area, to be named as a National Merit Scholarship Program semifinalist! Sera, a 12th grade student at SGES, is one of 22,000 high school students entering the program by taking the 2017 Preliminary SAT/National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test. Semifinalists represent less than one percent of U.S. High School seniors, and Sera is the only student in the counties St. George’s serves to earn this designation. She will compete to become a Finalist in the National Merit Scholarship Program later this academic year.
The annual Grandparents and Grand Friends Day will be held Friday, October 5th at 8:00 in the gym. Invitations in the mail!
Order now! This school-wide fundraiser offers beautiful flowers for your fall planting and lush poinsettias for the Christmas Season. Fall flowers will be delivered Wednesday, October 3rd and poinsettias will be delivered Wednesday, November 28th. Order by clicking here.
Fall sports are in full swing at St. George’s. Cross Country, Volleyball, and Boys’ Soccer have all begun for the Fall 2018 season. View the schedules here.
St. George’s students learned the meaning of ‘sacrament’ in the opening convocation on Thursday: the outward signs of inward spiritual grace. The Very Reverend Brandon Duke talked about baptism and communion as outward signs, but challenged students to be a walking sacrament, remembering the sacrament found in water, bread, and wine and to be living sacraments out and about in the world. Students in 4th grade through high school participated in communion following the homily. Pictured is Brandon Duke with Franklin Lowe, SGES Chapel Coordinator.
For a couple of St. George’s students, their hard work every day this summer rehearsing and preparing for the drama production “Annie, Jr.” was evident in the final production with the Thomaston Upson Arts Council. SGES 9th grade student, Gracyn Fuller, played Duffy, and her sister Bella (3rd grade) played in the cast as well. The TUAC is a community-based organization in Thomaston dedicated to enriching and promoting the arts.