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Nothing matters more to us at St. George's International School than delivering excellence in education to our students, and we are not letting anything get in our way. We have seamlessly transitioned from live-streamed teacher-led lessons back to in-class learning. Our students from Early Learning to Year 10 are back at school on a rotational basis. By implementing various safety measures, we are able to continue delivering a full curriculum, ensuring our students do not miss out on a moment of learning.
St. George’s is a vibrant and truly international school. We have students from no less than 60 different nations that come together to form a diverse and inspiring community of young people.
The school offers both Boarding and Day school programmes that blend together as one to help the school achieve its visionary goals and achievements.
NURSERY TO YEAR 13
St. George's International School is a proud member of Inspired, a leading global premium schools group operating in Europe, Asia-Pacific, Africa, the Middle East and Latin America educating over 45,000 students across a global network of more than 64 schools.
Founded by Nadim M Nsouli, Inspired offers a fresh and contemporary approach to education by re-evaluating traditional teaching methods and curricula, and creating a more dynamic, relevant and powerful educational model. For more information, please visit inspirededu.com or follow us on Facebook, Instagram and LinkedIn.
28 May 2020
The Performing and Expressive Art students have finished their final project of Year 13.
Check it out below!
22 May 2020
TOK Exhibition 2020. Created by St George's International School.
A manifestation of theory of knowledge in the world aroun...
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