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St. George's School, St. George School Vancouver

Address: 4175 W 29th Ave, Vancouver, BC V6S 1V1, Canada
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Description St. George's School, St. George School Vancouver

  • Established: 1930
  • Location: Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
  • Students age: 13-18 years old
  • Number of students: 220 people
  • Language of instruction: English
  • Type of training: private school for boys.

Since 1930 St. George's School provides students with a challenging and supportive environment in which they can discover and develop their strengths and unique talents. One of the distinctive features of the educational institution is separate education: St. George's School is a school for boys. It focuses on meeting the learning needs of students through innovative programs and approaches that reflect the excellence of boys' learning, bringing out young people with a global outlook, capable and willing to tackle a complex and rapidly changing world. Core values - compassion, humility, decency, respect, responsibility, and resilience - are an integral part of every boy's life experience.

The educational institution focuses not only on studies, but also on art, athletics, leadership, volunteering, and outdoor events. This unique boy-centered approach and broad, inclusive educational experience are hallmarks of education at St. George's.

The program offers over 50 academic, athletic and club electives, a vibrant community of boarders that includes over 110 boys from across Canada and 20 other countries. St. George's School is a community that inspires students to grow in mind, heart, body and spirit, where boys can find and develop their passions.

Programs, courses and tuition/boarding fees, prices in St. George's School, St. George School Vancouver

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from 71 490 $CAD / year

Senior School

The core curriculum is defined by the British Columbia Department of Education.

  • In grades 8-10, all students must study math, science, English, a second foreign language, social studies, physical education, and two electives.
  • In 10th grade, students can choose subject groups focused on engineering, design, creative expression, and performing arts.
  • In grades 11 and 12, programs are tailored to individual student interests, higher education goals, and meet the requirements of the British Columbia Department of Education and St. George's School.

Advanced programs:

  • Online courses in English, Mathematics and Languages help accelerate completion of the core curriculum. Some students earn credits in grade 11 and 12 as early as grade 11.
  • A full range of Advanced Placement courses are offered.

Accommodation, housing and food

Harker Hall Residence is open to students in grades 8-12:

  • Students in grades 8-9 are housed together in three or four-bed rooms on the ground floor. No more than 30 students live here, which provides a high degree of attention and supervision.
  • Students in grades 10-11 live in double rooms, where up to 48 students live on one floor. One bathroom for 2 rooms.
  • Grade 12 students live in rooms with a bathroom.

Variety, nutrition and balance are the criteria that the catering department follows in providing students with nutritious meals.

Events St. George's School, St. George School Vancouver

St. George's School caters to a wide range of interests to take advantage of the opportunities available in and around Vancouver throughout the year. Students choose different programs throughout the year.

Cultural, educational events:

  • Aquarium
  • Films with a symphony orchestra
  • Broadway musicals
  • Local theater performances
  • Sewing workshop.

Volunteer organizations:

  • Pacific spirit park
  • Vancouver food bank
  • Vancouver marathon
  • First aid courses.

Sports activities:

  • Indoor bouldering and climbing
  • Bowling

Professional sports:

  • BC Lions Game
  • NHL
  • Football.

Outdoor activities:

  • Archery
  • Beach night
  • A ride on the bicycle
  • Canoeing / kayaking / surfing
  • Hiking
  • Rope competition
  • Ski and snowboard
  • Active activities
  • Aquapark
  • Cultus lake
  • Laser mark
  • Paintball
  • Playground at PNE
  • Casino night
  • Amusement park
  • Karaoke
  • Movie nights
  • Social dancing
  • Virtual reality hall.


Since St. George's founding in 1930, the versatile boy has been a defining characteristic of St. George's School. Keeping in mind their ethical, intellectual, physical and social development, the school trains and supports boys, teaches them to live a fulfilling life, learn, and actively participate in the life of the community.

Training priorities:

  • Character development with an emphasis on values such as empathy, humility, decency, respect, responsibility and resilience.
  • Program Breadth - A rich and varied educational experience grounded in a liberal arts tradition, encompassing academic pursuits, arts, athletics, outdoor education, services, and leadership.
  • Meeting Boys' Learning Needs - Diverse, engaging and research-based teaching methods that recognize student diversity and meet learning needs.
  • Developing key academic and global 21st century skills - creativity, innovation, critical thinking, real-world problem solving, communication, collaboration and leadership.
  • Personal Wellbeing - Enhancing the physical, emotional, spiritual well-being of students through mentoring, counseling, physical and health education, and an athletics program that promotes active participation and healthy competition.
  • A culture of continuous improvement of the school, which inspires students and teachers to new achievements.

Equipment St. George's School, St. George School Vancouver

  • Sports facilities St. George's are open to the entire school community, including alumni and external trainers.
  • The school store provides excellent service and quality products at affordable prices.
  • St. George's School offers transportation with its own bus network throughout Vancouver, accessible to students at no additional cost.

Term dates, timetable and extra fees

Applications from student boarders are accepted until February 1.

Due to the large number of applicants, applications submitted late may be considered after the rest.

Entry requirements, assessment and extra fees, how to apply, what is required to enrol, conditions, entry tests and exams

Application process:

  • Apply online
  • Submit supporting documentation (final report cards for the last two years, current report cards, passport copies, resume)
  • Pass the interview
  • Full Testing (International candidates must register for the Intermediate or Advanced SSAT at the SSAT Testing Center). Once you have registered for your SSAT test date, be sure to include your St. George's School (BC) as recipient so that results are sent automatically upon publication. Grade 10-12 applicants can submit their PSAT, SAT or ACT scores instead of SSAT. For early SSAT reception, you must pass before December 1, for standard - SSAT results are accepted on the basis of tests conducted from September 2020 to February 2021.

Scholarships St. George's School, St. George School Vancouver

Financial assistance is provided to students in grades 8-12.

The deadline for applying for financial assistance for applicants for study and boarding is February 1.

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