The Creed

Should schools be a no cellphone zone?

The cellphone: a “pacifier” for students

June 14, 2014

Cellphones and similar devices, do they have a spot in the classroom? In the past few years with all the newest smartphones and gadgets being released...

Jr. A eight receiving the trophy

Saints-VC boat race 2014

April 20, 2014

On Saturday, April 12th, friends, family, relatives, teachers and more came out as the Saints rowing team hosted Vancouver College at the John M.S Lucky boath...

Zedion in the house

Zedion in the house

April 11, 2014

Zedion, also known as. grade 11 Jordan Liu, is an avid teenage electronic dance music maker. He creates house, dubstep, trance, and he tries to experiment...

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International Women’s Day 2014

March 11, 2014

On Friday the St. George’s Senior school celebrated International Women’s Day. Women’s day has been held on March the 8th every year since 1908. In...

The literacy week raffle.   GPACS member Jimmy T., Kai Y., Irving T., Ian T., and Jahid A.

Literacy week: driving to spread awareness

February 6, 2014

Imagine if you didn't know how to read or write and couldn't communicate with others around you. Many of us cannot relate to this because we are fortunate...

Saint George's students cheering on their boys

A tough pill to swallow…

December 3, 2013

On November 30th the St.George's Varsity basketball team played their home opener against the defending provincial champions, Walnut Grove. Fellow students,...

The eights finish off their grueling six kilometer race

Saints crew starts season strong

October 6, 2013

On Sunday, September the 29th both the Jr. A and Jr. B rowers traveled to Deep Cove for their first regatta. At 5:45 in the morning all the rowers shuffled...

The Haida Gwaii totem pole

An experience of a lifetime

September 21, 2013

  On August 15, 2013 over four hundred people traveled to the southern Haida Gwaii to celebrate the 20th anniversary of an agreement between th...