Learning Beyond the Classroom

At St. George’s, learning isn’t confined to academics. We encourage every student to explore whatever it is that makes them excited - and readily provide diverse opportunities for growth and discovery beyond the classroom.

Extra-Curricular Activities at St. George’s High School

LEADERSHIP
Student Leadership Team
Grad Committee
Green Team
School Ambassador Program
Yearbook – Green Dragon Review
The Breakfast Club: Advocacy & Awareness Alliance
Big Brother & Big Sister Program
World Scholar’s Cup

SOCIAL SCIENCE
Games Club
Chess Club
KnitWits
Magic – The Gathering

MATH, SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
STEAM Team
Science Fair
AP Psychology
Robotics
Extreme Science Club

LANGUAGE ARTS
AP/Langue Maternelle Coaching
Book Lovers Anonymous
Creative Writing
El Club de Español
Debating

ARTS
AP Art Club
Urban Sketching
Photography Club
Junior & Senior Jazz Band
School Play
Musical
Stage Crew
Glee Club G Major
Glee Championships Team

SPORTS, FITNESS AND
OUTDOOR ADVENTURE
Soccer
Cross Country Running
Flag Football (Boys)
Strength Training
Golf
Basketball
Swimming
Badminton
Skating
Snowshoeing
Wilderness Survival Skills
Cross Country Skiing
Futsal
Flag Football (Girls)
Tennis
Yoga
Ultimate Frisbee
Track & Field/Halo Road Race
Intramurals
Fitness Centre Student Supervisor

OUTDOOR EDUCATION
Rock Climbing
White Water Rafting
Hiking
Skating
Fall & Winter Camping
Wilderness Survival Skills
Snowshoeing
Cross Country Skiing
Downhill Skiing

Preparing Engaged Citizens

St. George’s Community Learning Program focuses on providing students with experiences that will enable them to understand how their actions can create a meaningful impact within the greater community. Each student in Grades 7-10 is required to complete at least ten hours in a minimum of three volunteering sessions every year. Students self-select an organization which they feel matches their interests and values, and volunteer in a small group, accompanied by a parent or volunteer. Reflections about their volunteering experiences are integrated within the Ethics and Religious Culture Program. In Grade 11, Community Learning becomes and important component of the Contemporary World Issues course and is core to the Integrated Project.

Contact

Elementary School Campus
3685 The Boulevard
Westmount, QC H3Y 1S9

High School Campus
3100 The Boulevard
Montréal, QC H3Y 1R9

Admissions
514-904-0542
admissions@stgeorges.qc.ca