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St. George Golf Classic and Crafting & Mimosas

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Sign up for the St. George Golf Classic and Crafting & Mimosas Painting sponsored by Climate Magic and Aldaco’s held at The Club at Sonterra on November 11th, 2019! All proceeds go to the St. George Scholarship Fund. Last year we were able to raise over $34,000 to help students receive a St. George education who otherwise would not be able to attend!

**Not a golfer? Become a Silver sponsor and receive a sponsor sign and a lunch ticket to join the fun at the Dominion.

Click here to register online OR Download the Flyers


New Student Admission: Jr. and Sr. Kindergarten Assessments Jan 23-26, 2017

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St. George Jr. and Sr. Kindergarten assessments are scheduled to take place January 23-26, 2017. Early scheduling will begin December 7, 2016. Applications must be on file in order to attend. Applicants will be evaluated for age appropriate developmental readiness including emotional growth, good behavior and social skills.

Applicants should be the following age by September 1, 2017:

  • Jr. Kindergarten: Age 4
  • Sr. Kindergarten: Age 5

If you have any questions about the application process, please call the Office of Admission at (210) 342-4263 or complete the admission’s Application here


Applicants in grades 1-8 will visit the campus individually beginning in February 2017.


Looking forward to great year

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Before the children come back to school to learn, the faculty and staff spent the last week and a half learning and preparing for the coming school year during our annual Faculty and Staff In-service session.

One highlight from this week came last Thursday as the entire team spent the morning with nationally featured speaker Debbie Silver. Together, we learned how to “Drum to the Beat of Different Marchers” which means we learned about ways to differentiate our instruction to meet the needs of all kids of learners. We also learned how to integrate these strategies and to challenge students to think and discover in the context of Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Math (STEAM). As teachers, we were reminded by Debbie that, “Its not about how smart you are, its about how you are smart.”

Later that afternoon, teachers, staff and parents were invited to attend a second session entitled “Fall Down 7 Times, Get Up 8” in which Debbie challenged us shift from a focus on self-esteem for our children (which can result in learned helplessness and other undesirable consequences) to self-efficacy, which is a growth mindset that measures success and value in terms of autonomy, effort, perseverance, and resilience.

Here is some feedback from parents and teachers:

“I AM a Teacher!!! The workshop validated that I work hard to know my kids and how important this is. At SG, I can do what needs to be done to lead my students in a direction where they know their strengths and build on these while learning to conquer the survival skills needed to be successful in this world.”

“Great presenter to inspire us as we begin a new year.”

“Debbie Silver is wonderful! I enjoyed her stories and examples — she has a lot to share. Seems like she hit all of our learning styles throughout her presentation.”

“It helps to be reminded to be mindful of all people and to be purposeful in one’s teaching  in order to celebrate individuality and nurture both academic and social growth.”

To learn more about this wonderful professional development opportunity made possible by your generous contributions, please review the links below.
Debbie Silver Website

Debbie Silver- Fall Down 7 Times, Get up 8

Looking forward to great year!


Chain of Love 2015

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We did it! Chain of Love raised over $19,000 in just a few short weeks. Thank you for your support in making this an incredible event supporting our sister school, St. Benoit, as well as Children In Need, a mission in Zambia. We are succeeding in our mission to affect change in the world and demonstrating to our students that by working together towards a common goal, we can leave a lasting impact around us.

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