Over the past tens of years, Saint Georges School has blossomed and gained an edge with respect to other schools operating in the region. Saint Georges School has become recognized for its prestigious reputation and developed great brand image due to different academic indicators related to the highest levels of success in the Lebanese Baccalaureate Exams and other indicators related to the unique culture developed at our School.
Saint Georges School contains 58 classrooms, well equipped science labs, a library, a fully equipped playground, sport court and up to date computer labs which comprise the resources utilized by our faculty, staff and students. This is accompanied by highly competent human capital which is the corner stone of any success. The emphasis in our schools is on producing a first class education in a secure environment where the students’ development is always monitored and assessed by a group of well-educated teachers and professors. Saint Georges School offers the Arabic, English and French programs in addition to special Arabic programs for foreign students, Special Needs programs and Health Services by MediSchool. The school staff comprises teachers with a wide scope of expertise and academic accomplishments, selected based on EEO (equal employment opportunity) standards. This enthusiastic team of teachers and administrative staff seek to stimulate independence of thoughts, knowledge and well balanced education. Our faculty and staff are periodically trained and professionally developed to keep pace with the changing environment in which they operate and provide our students with the latest academic trends.
Our philosophy is based on three pillars characterized by Quality-Excellence, Value-based approach and holistic view.
The quality excellence is exemplified by the academic area which relies heavily on strong academic performance provided by well selected teachers and staff. This excellence spills over students’ experience, research and teaching, faculty and staff support in addition to communication.
The values-based approach is apparent via the students’ character; students at Saint – Georges are developed and nurtured holistically to realize their full potential.
The holistic view is revealed by the extra-curricular activities which provide a plethora of opportunities to be seized by students based on the belief that such activities shape and build the positive attitude of our students and put the real world in perspective. This contributes to putting the theoretical framework into practice.
In addition to these pillars we are committed to the following in our educational approach:
Lucid vision for quality excellence, distinction in teaching and education and being recognized as an inspiration beacon in our community by preparing citizens who are academically rounded and socially responsible.
Our vision aligns with rapid shifts in the global economy, society, and environment, which animate our mission and our values:
Creativity, innovation, and a desire to challenge the status quo, both in what and how we teach and in the intellectual ambitions of the School itself.
Social engagement, orienting students' academic experience to help them become critically engaged citizens dedicated to solving problems and contributing to the public good. This comes as a consequence to the act that Saint Georges School itself has a sense of citizenship in its community and obligation towards its primary and secondary stakeholders.
Saint Georges School embraces these principles and innovates to address shifts in the global economy, society, and environment that require individuals to grapple with complex problems, pursue more fluid and flexible career pathways, and collaboratively create change.
To serve humanity and make the world a better place to live in via providing a holistic educational system that nurtures innovative future leaders capable of seizing all the opportunities and facing the uncertainties and challenges of our lives.
When a student is accepted to enroll at school, it is assumed that he will project a high standard of personal conduct. Students are encouraged to strive for personal achievement following the school guidelines. Disciplinary policy is based on respect in which students are expected to show:
1. A high degree of self–respect, by making the best of, and not disturbing the educational opportunities provided by the school, and by following school rules and instructions.
2. Respect for others by behaving in a manner that does not abuse or offend others in their beliefs and /or interfere with the educational opportunities provided by the school.
3. Respecting the notion of time by arriving to classes as scheduled, by delivering assignments on their due date and by being punctual in any scheduled activity, meeting or event, thereby safe-guarding the rights of other students to work in a well organized learning environment without interruption.
4. Respect for place and space: Students are expected to treat all school property (building, grounds, computers, buses, bathrooms, and desks) as well as other property of others (books, belongings, stationery) with a high level of respect, and to behave quietly and respectfully in a manner that is not disturbing to others.
5. Respect of property: Students are expected to treat all school premises (classrooms, laboratories, playground, among other premises) with proper care.