Alumni Profile: Painting “Bricks and Mortars”

Stow Miller ’16 works as a Sales Representative and Project Manager for a Custom Graphics and Printing firm in Denver, but in his spare time he’s a painter who just had his first solo art exhibit, “Bricks and Mortars”. “SGS provided an environment for exploration and free thinking that was promoted by a faculty who […]

SGS Trivia Night Planned for Dec. 8

Saint George’s Center for Family Engagement is hosting a Trivia Night for parents, alumni, faculty/staff, and friends on Thursday, December 8 at 6:30pm in the Upper School Courtyard. Join us for a casual evening of drinks, appetizers, and five rounds of trivia to connect, compete, and have fun. Tickets will cost $10 per person. Register […]

Alumni Profile: Politics & Passions

Charles Zug ’11, the author of the newly released book “Demagogues in American Politics”, teaches political science at the University of Colorado in Colorado Springs. “I’m particularly indebted to Jeff Darnall,” says Charles, “who always modeled rigorous writing and thinking, and who was critical and open-minded at the same time–all the virtues I try to […]

GLOW Shares Bracelets to Honor Katie Thew

Members of the Upper School GLOW Club put together bracelets honoring alumna Katie Thew ’18, which were given out at Katie’s memorial service on Nov. 26. See a Photo Gallery of the students making these reminders of Katie, who attended SGS from Kindergarten through Graduation.

Memorial Service for Katie Thew ’18 on Nov. 26

A Celebration of Life is scheduled for Saturday, November 26 at 10:30am at St John’s Cathedral (127 E 12th Ave.) for Katie Thew, SGS Class of 2018. Katie, who had attended SGS beginning in Kindergarten and contributed so much to the SGS community, passed away on Oct. 6, 2022 The family suggests wearing bright colors […]

Alumni Panel Offers Look at College Life

Five recent Saint George’s alumni — Collin Cremers ’16 (Stanford Univ.), John DeForest ’21 (Dartmouth College), Sydney Lennemann ’20 (Univ. of Washington), Kathryn Moon ’20 (Univ. of Pennsylvania), and Nico Morales ’21 (Occidental College) — spoke to the 8th through 11th graders about life at college, and how SGS prepared them for it, in Founder […]

Alumni Profile: Peter Ogden ’16 in Rome

After earning a B.A. in International Business and a minor in Entrepreneurship from John Cabot University in Rome, Italy, Peter Ogden (SGS Class of 2016) quickly rose to be Director – Head of Institutional Client Management for a leading securities litigation firm in Rome. “I provide financial and legal consultation to fund advisors, banks (central/global), […]

Alumni Profile: Emily Stratton ’08 Takes Flight!

Emily Stratton ’08 is one Dragon who has really taken off. She’s a NASA Flight Surgeon and Physician Scientist caring for the newly-returned crew members of SpaceX Crew-4! That’s after assisting the Chief Medical Officer of a NYC hospital during the pandemic and a doing a Fellowship at the Mayo Clinic in Aerospace Medicine. “Anything […]

Alumni Author Mines an Ancient Story

Children’s author and illustrator David Shannon (SGS Class of 1978) has combined Greek mythology and rhymes in his new book, “GOLD!” “A retelling of the classic tale of King Midas, the story follows Maximillian Midas, a young boy with love in his heart for one thing,” according to an article in the Spokesman-Review on Oct. […]

Natalie Johnson ’15 Pursues Nashville Dreams

The Spokesman-Review’s TODAY section on Sunday, Oct. 2 featured a story on Natalie Johnson (SGS Class of 2015) and her career as a singer-songwriter in Nashville. Natalie released her first single, “Small Talk”, this summer and shares the challenges of a career in music during Covid. Read the Full Article by fellow SGS alumna Stephanie […]