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Photo of the Week – State Tennis

The girls doubles team of Kalea Schlenker and Reagan Heller focused on the competition at the 2B State Tennis Tournament in Yakima on May 23-24. They secured a 4th-place finish, […]

Photo of the Week – Coast Trip

The 8th grade’s annual Coast Trip to the Olympic Peninsula the week of May 6-10 included camping in tents, finding and recording tide pool creatures, hikes through the rainforest, exploring […]

Photo of the Week – Hall of Fame

The SGS Athletic Hall of Fame induction ceremony on Saturday, May 4 brought over 200 old and new friends together on May 4 in ESAC Gym to celebrate great athletic […]

Photo of the Week – Oliver! Jr

The 6th graders performed the musical “Oliver! Jr” in Founders Theater on May 3, 2024. Their songs and choreography took the audience back to Charles Dickens’ London for an hour! […]

Photo of the Week – Track Meet

Saint George’s hosted a League Track and Field meet at nearby Mead HS on April 25. See more images of the Dragons in action at

Photo of the Week – Spring Concert

The Lower School students performed songs and dances at their Spring Concert on April 19 in Founders Theater. See more images from their performance at

Photo of the Week – FIRST Robotics

Team 1595 watches their robot shoot a red ring for points during one of the FIRST PNW District Championship matches in Portland on April 3. See more images of the […]

Photo of the Week – 1st Grade Penguins

With their life-size penguin pillows in hand, the 1st graders eagerly await their chance to march in to Lower School Assembly on March 22nd and sing the Penguin Song. See […]

Photo of the Week – IB Art Exhibit

Saint George’s seniors showcased their work from the past two years in the International Baccalaureate Art Exhibit, which opened with a reception on March 19th. See more images of the […]

Photo of the Week – Pi Day Reading

The 9th grade Geometry classes created ‘proportion’ books, where the pages change sizes. Then they visited the Lower School on March 14th — Pi Day — to read their stories […]