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New Team Carson and Adam’s Army t-shirts support St. Jude

New Team Carson and Adam’s Army t-shirts support St. Jude

December 10, 2014

A new t-shirt is currently being sold in the St. George’s Spirit Shop in support of junior Adam Cruthirds’ “Adam’s Army” and third-grader Carson Head’s “Team Carson”. The Reverend Hester... Read more »

Potential junior, senior Wellness class in the works

Potential junior, senior Wellness class in the works

December 10, 2014

Eleventh and twelfth graders recently received a survey regarding a potential, optional Wellness class. The idea for an upperclassmen Wellness class has been in the works for a while, and the survey was... Read more »

Gryphons reminded of inclement weather policy

Gryphons reminded of inclement weather policy

December 10, 2014

With the upcoming winter expected to have record low temperatures, St. George's inclement weather policy may be applied more often through the academic year. Unlike other schools, St. George’s does... Read more »

Revised half-day comes to a halt

Revised half-day comes to a halt

December 9, 2014

The administration has decided to cancel the upcoming revised half-day and return to a normal half-day with seven 30-minute classes. “Close to 200 high school students didn’t show up that day,”... Read more »

Students honored for academic excellence

Students honored for academic excellence

December 2, 2014

Upper-school students were honored today in the library for academic excellence, receiving awards for Honors Roll and Scholars List. Those who received Honor Roll attained grades of 90-100 in academic... Read more »

The talent show has been cancelled

The talent show has been cancelled

December 2, 2014

The talent show, which was originally scheduled for Monday, Dec. 1 at 7-8:30 p.m., has been cancelled. To date, there were only two acts signed up to perform their talents, the sole reason the Student... Read more »

Upper School Model UN delegates participate in all aspects of the conference

Upper School Model UN delegates participate in all aspects of the conference

December 1, 2014

During the weekend of Nov. 21 through 23, thirty-two St. George’s students participated in the Model United Nations conference in Murfreesboro, Tennessee. St. George’s students took part in every aspect... Read more »

Students raise money to fight cancer with frisbees

Students raise money to fight cancer with frisbees

November 12, 2014

Seniors Jake Epperson and Jack Glosson have teamed up for their Senior Independent Study and are hosting a frisbee golf tournament, Sunday, Nov. 16th, on the Collierville campus. Both Epperson and Glosson... Read more »

Ally Condie visits St. George’s

Ally Condie visits St. George’s

November 6, 2014

On Wednesday morning, Ally Condie, an author who writes young-adult fiction novels, visited the St. George’s Collierville campus while in Memphis to promote her new novel, Atlantia. While addressing the stud... Read more »

NYU visits St. George’s for the first time

NYU visits St. George’s for the first time

November 3, 2014

The morning of October 2nd Philip Hughes came to St. Georges Collierville campus to represent New York University. Philip Hughes began with a brief introduction to the school. This lead into an explana... Read more »

Middle school carpool pushes for safety and efficiency

Middle school carpool pushes for safety and efficiency

October 29, 2014

During dismissal, middle school carpool students are no longer allowed to cross over into the parking lot to their parents and cars are now filed into a double line for pick-up. The middle school administration... Read more »

St. George’s shakes things up with new half-day schedule

St. George’s shakes things up with new half-day schedule

October 29, 2014

This year, instead of attending a shortened class schedule on half-days, students attended an elective of their choice offered by a faculty member. “[Last year] the community consensus was that going... Read more »

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