Seven recent SGS graduates returned on January 3rd to speak to students and parents about their college experiences. Isaac Werkman '16 (Columbia Univ.), Noah Halliburton-Link '18 (Western Washington Univ.), Alana Foster '17 (St. Andrews Univ.), Caroline Hammett '16 (Pepperdine Univ.), Kate Tender '18 (Wake Forest Univ.), Ceci Bergquist '18 (Notre Dame Univ.), and Madie Ward '17 (Univ. of Montana) shared their insights about the value of the IB curriculum, the challenges of time management, and what colleges are looking for high school students to do to prepare for success. See a Photo Gallery of the alumni panel on campus.
Seven recent SGS graduates will return to the school on Thursday, Jan. 3 to speak about their college experience and how best to prepare for success after Saint George's. They will speak to parents and friends of SGS from 2:15pm to 3:10pm in the Dragon Room. They will spend time earlier in the day with current 8th-12th graders, discussing the IB, college admissions, and the best courses to take to prepare for college. For more information, contact Elizabeth Tender.
Join us in our first annual Alumni Dragon Day of Giving on Saturday, Oct. 13. Saint George's will be hosting two regional events -- in Spokane at the Kalispel Country Club's 1898 Restaurant and in Seattle at Joe & Tina Kennedy's Barrels Wine Bar. Join us for two hours and two drinks to raise money for Saint George's School. We are calling on all Alumni to help us Power the Dragon for our 2018-19 Annual Fund campaign. See the Event on Facebook for more details and Register to Attend on the SGS website!
Congratulations to local chef Philip Stanton '04, who opened his new Park Lodge restaurant in Kendall Yards on April 27th. Check out the Article About Him from that week's Spokesman-Review food section, and make plans to enjoy a meal there! (photo by Adriana Janovich / The Spokesman-Review)
Dexter Sienko, SGS Class of 2014, completed a stellar four-year basketball career at Denver's Regis University this year, taking the Regis Rangers to the 2nd Round of the Division II Men's Basketball Tournament. The 6'6" senior earned All-South Central Region 2nd Team honors from the Division II Conference Commissioner's Association. He also was named Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference Defensive Player of the Year after leading that league with 64 blocked shots. A 1st Team All-Academic winner for three years, Dexter had a conference-best 58.1 shooting percentage and averaged 14.7 points per game.
An article in the Spokesman-Review noted, "This season the Rangers went 27-6, the second most wins in school history, finished second in the RMAC and won the conference tournament before 22nd-ranked Regis was eliminated in the second round of the South Central Regional in four overtimes. Sienko had 26 points and team-highs of 12 rebounds and eight assists." Congratulations, Dexter!
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