Inspiring students to a lifelong commitment to service
Reaching out to others is an essential part of a Saint George’s education. It begins in the Lower School, where our students learn sensitivity to others by reading to preschoolers or as stewards of the Little Spokane River. Middle School students spend three days a year as a class working on service activities across Spokane. By the time students enter the Upper School, community service is a regular part of the International Baccalaureate curriculum and a formal requirement for graduation.
These hands-on efforts give students the experiences they need to appreciate our increasingly diverse world and make an impact both locally and globally. Inspiring students to a lifelong commitment to service prepares them to show the understanding and compassion that will mark them both as graduates of Saint George’s and as future leaders.