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Welcome to Saint George's School

Saint George’s is Spokane’s independent, nonreligious, college-preparatory, and International Baccalaureate World School for grades K-12.

Founded in 1955, Saint George’s sits on 120 acres along the Little Spokane River. The school’s campus stills centers around the original Davenport House mansion that now overlooks separate Lower, Middle, and Upper School buildings, along with athletic fields, several gyms, and a new arts building. More About Us.

Our community is built around the students, faculty, staff and families currently at the school, but alumni, former staff and parents also continue to contribute in shaping Saint George’s. The intimate size of the school allows us to know every student very well, so we can build on their strengths and address areas they are still developing. We focus on the whole child, supporting them as they follow their passions and add to our diverse community.

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A Winning Tradition

Saint George’s no-cut, championship athletic program is exceptionally popular, supported, and successful. Each year, more than three-quarters of our students participate in Dragon athletics, enjoying the social and physical benefits of team play. We have Lower, Middle, and Upper School teams ranging in sports such as basketball, cross country, track, volleyball, golf, tennis, and baseball. Our athletes regularly bring home State trophies, and some go on to compete at the college level.


Campus Life

Campus life is enriched through our many, popular school traditions. School opens with the traditional Dragon Dance, followed by the crazy spirit contests of Homecoming Week and the Holiday Feast in December. Students enjoy canoeing down the Little Spokane River, performing Broadway musicals, going on class trips at the start of each year, and relentless cheering at basketball games. For more than 60 years, seniors have marked their graduations by crossing Graduation Bridge overlooking the Little Spokane River, well prepared for college and life.



Learning by Doing

Here students engage in active learning while doing. As an independent school, teachers believe in preparing children to succeed in our global world. They translate that belief into a balanced curriculum of rigorous academic training rounded out with performing arts and competitive athletics. For example, students develop their leadership skills in Lower School Assembly, by presenting Genius Hour projects and by experiencing new activities – biking, archery, cross-country skiing, and fishing – while on class field trips throughout the Inland Northwest.



IB World School

Most Upper School students pursue the full International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma, which includes courses in Literature, Language Acquisition, Individuals and Societies, Mathematics, Experiential Sciences, and the Arts. The full Diploma also includes Core components: writing a 4,000-word Extended Essay, challenging their assumptions in Theory of Knowledge class, and committing acts of Creativity, Action, and Service (CAS), that balance their academic pursuits. All IB students can earn certificates for college credit.



The Arts

Through a creative curriculum and engaging artistic opportunities, we inspire each student to perform and grow. Students at Saint George’s School develop their creative abilities in many ways. The fruits of their labors are showcased during our annual celebration of the arts, a time where drawings, paintings, collages, photographs and ceramics line the halls, choirs sing out, writers read their own stories, and drama students perform sketches from plays!



A Winning Tradition

Saint George’s no-cut, championship athletic program is exceptionally popular, supported, and successful. Each year, more than three-quarters of our students participate in Dragon athletics, enjoying the social and physical benefits of team play. We have Lower, Middle, and Upper School teams ranging in sports such as basketball, cross country, track, volleyball, golf, tennis, and baseball. Our athletes regularly bring home State trophies, and some go on to compete at the college level.

Campus Life

Campus life is enriched through our many, popular school traditions. School opens with the traditional Dragon Dance, followed by the crazy spirit contests of Homecoming Week and the Holiday Feast in December. Students enjoy canoeing down the Little Spokane River, performing Broadway musicals, going on class trips at the start of each year, and relentless cheering at basketball games. For more than 60 years, seniors have marked their graduations by crossing Graduation Bridge overlooking the Little Spokane River, well prepared for college and life.



Learning by Doing

Here students engage in active learning while doing. As an independent school, teachers believe in preparing children to succeed in our global world. They translate that belief into a balanced curriculum of rigorous academic training rounded out with performing arts and competitive athletics. For example, students develop their leadership skills in Lower School Assembly, by presenting Genius Hour projects and by experiencing new activities – biking, archery, cross-country skiing, and fishing – while on class field trips throughout the Inland Northwest.



IB World School

Most Upper School students pursue the full International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma, which includes courses in Literature, Language Acquisition, Individuals and Societies, Mathematics, Experiential Sciences, and the Arts. The full Diploma also includes Core components: writing a 4,000-word Extended Essay, challenging their assumptions in Theory of Knowledge class, and committing acts of Creativity, Action, and Service (CAS), that balance their academic pursuits. All IB students can earn certificates for college credit.



The Arts

Through a creative curriculum and engaging artistic opportunities, we inspire each student to perform and grow. Students at Saint George’s School develop their creative abilities in many ways. The fruits of their labors are showcased during our annual celebration of the arts, a time where drawings, paintings, collages, photographs and ceramics line the halls, choirs sing out, writers read their own stories, and drama students perform sketches from plays!



Inspiring scholars, athletes, and artists to serve and lead others.

This means our teachers know our students and know how to bring out the best in each of them. They do that through classes and activities that push them to do their best in every situation. And the result is young men and women of character and accomplishment who thrive in college and beyond.

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