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          About St. George's School

          St. George’s is an independent, coeducational boarding and day school offering a comprehensive college-preparatory program to students in grades 9–12.
          Exterior of Academic Center
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          Academics

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          courses offered in Creative & Performing Arts, Humanities, Language & Culture Studies, and STEM fields. 20 of which are advanced classes.

          Students

          At St. George’s, we classify students based on form year rather than grade level. Equivalencies are as follows.
           
          Third-Form Grade 9 (freshman)
          Fourth-Form Grade 10 (sophomore)
          Fifth-Form Grade 11 (junior)
          Sixth-Form Grade 12 (senior)
          Students walking on campus
          • 373 Total Student Body
          • 7:1 Student - faculty ratio
          • 85% Boarding students
          • 1:1 Male- female ratio
          • 33% Students of color
          • 16% International students
          Faculty and Students in King Hall

          Faculty

          • 70 teaching faculty members
          • 80% have advanced degrees
          • 16% faculty of color

          Athletics

          • 42 interscholastic athletic teams
          • Member of the Independent School League (ISL)

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          Tuition & Financial Aid

          Cost of Attendance (2019-2020)  
          Boarding Student tuition $63,100
          Day Student tuition $43,650

          St. George’s is committed to providing admission to talented, motivated students regardless of their family’s ability to pay. For that reason, we do our best to provide tuition assistance to families with demonstrated need.

          119

          families received need-based grants. This year we distributed $5.56 million, the average boarding grant was $51,000.

          Accreditation

          • New England Association of Schools and Colleges (Note: Our latest NEASC Report is downloadable here.)
          • Board of Education of the State of Rhode Island