About This School
St. George Episcopal School will positively impact society by empowering learners with wisdom, courage, and faith.
St. George Episcopal School provides exceptional academic preparation in an inclusive Christian community that fosters love and respect for God, self, and others.
At St. George, our supportive faith-based community gives students of above average ability the motivation and courage to find their own way of achieving academically, athletically and personally. The end result is confident, well-rounded, and intelligent students who are fully prepared to make a significant contribution to whichever community they find themselves a part of next.
St. George offers a variety of extra-curricular activities such as art council, Beta Club, chess, choir, musicals, sports, etc.
In 2013, St George Episcopal School had 12 students for every full-time equivalent teacher. The Texas average is 15 students per full-time equivalent teacher.
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St George Episcopal School Reviews
Saint George is amazing
Saint George is a great school. As a former parent and teacher at Saint George I have only positive things to say. The teachers are all very qualified, many with multiple years of experience. In addition to experienced teachers many hold advanced college degrees. The entire community embraced the children and their families. As an educator I was encouraged to create lessons that were child centered and relevant.
St. George is a school that contains a few talented educators who are politically squashed; they remain in the school for several reasons, some stay because they have retired from public school and want to do better, some stay because it is geographically advantageous. Most stay because they refuse to leave their students who desperately need them. The rest of the teachers are second rate hacks at best. They are there, not because they are dedicated, but because they meet the minimum qualifications, have a friend who influences the hiring and have no real passion for teaching. They are simply collecting a salary to play head games with eachother. This behavior spills into the student body. They form clicks, bully eachother or are made scapegoats. My child was victim to the bullying. A former teacher removed her child from St. George because he was bullied and no one did anything about it because the bully's family's pocket book was fat and they used it to influence administration. Money talks and walks at this school. If you have it and aren't afraid to use it, you will have power here.