The Creed

Art’s Week 2019 Shown Through Visual Art

Mr Klassen lip syncs's to Baby Shark

Christopher Ma, Head of Media

May 2, 2019

Every person has a different interpretation of art. Some might consider it as a way to stimulate the eyes or ears while others might see it as a means it to spread a message; still others see it as a method of stress release to let off steam while others merely view it as a way to get a good mark i...

Running in Victoria – The Senior Concert Band’s 2019 Tour

The Senior Band on stage at the UVic Bandfest.

Derek Wu, Staff Writer

April 9, 2019

VICTORIA—Each year, the Senior Concert Band travels across the Pacific Northwest and occasionally the world to bring their musical talents to different places. These trips – stuffed with performances, rehearsals, workshops, clinics, and more – often end up as the highlight of the year. After all,...

BC Leadership program shines a new light on the Global Stewardship Conference

BC Leadership program shines a new light on the Global Stewardship Conference

Matthew Chen, Staff Writer

February 26, 2019

The snow days weren’t the only new things the Global Stewardship conference experienced.  For the first time ever, the GSC included a brand new, student-run program known as the British Columbia Emerging Leaders Conference (BCEL).  This conference brought in Grade 10 and 11 students from many di...

An Evening of Jazz – The Best Way to Spend a January Night

The Junior Jazz Ensemble begins their performance.

Derek Wu, Staff Writer

January 31, 2019

What better way is there to spend a cold and rainy January night, than settling in for a cozy, relaxing jazz concert? On the night of Friday, January 18th, the St. George’s Music Department presented its annual January concert, An Evening of Jazz. Led by Dr. Markel and Mr. Murray, the jazz e...

Les Misérables: Behind the Scenes

Les Misérables: Behind the Scenes

Hayden Jackson, Staff Writer

November 5, 2018

We are currently almost one week away from the premier of St. Georges School’s iteration of “Les Misérables”, and the cast is working harder than ever, but there is one department of Saints Players that is often overlooked and ignored. The crew. The Crew of Les Mis is working just as hard to make...

Band Has Begun: A Season Preview

The Senior Concert Band, hard at work during rehearsal

Derek Wu, Staff Writer

October 30, 2018

The music has been chosen, and the countless hours of practice have begun. This year’s edition of the Senior Concert Band is fully underway. Composed of Grads, Grade 11s, and Grade 10s, the Senior Concert Band is poised for an exciting few months, with a variety of styles and techniques incorporated...

Les Misérables: Gearing Up for a Victorian Era Adventure

Les Misérables: Gearing Up for a Victorian Era Adventure

Hayden Jackson

September 21, 2018

  “There is something more terrible than a hell of suffering—a hell of boredom.” - Victor Hugo, Les Misérables   There is no excuse for boredom at Saints because on November 6th the cast of Saints Players, “Les Misérables” will be transporting you to Victorian era France fo...

The Hounds of Spring

The Hounds of Spring

Ben Steiner, Sports Editor

May 7, 2018

On April 26th, the Saint’s music department had their largest evening of the year. “The Hounds of Spring” showcased the talents of the junior and senior concert bands, as well as the junior and senior jazz ensembles. Of the three shows in the year, the spring show has always been the most p...

Album Review: Justin Timberlake’s Man of the Woods

Justin Timberlake in Man of the Woods

Jaden Bains, Head of A&E

February 26, 2018

JUSTIN TIMBERLAKE: Man of The Woods   Dance pop superstar Justin Timberlake has long been seen as a dance floor staple after years of churning out hits from his NSYNC based rise to fame of the early 2000’s to 2016’s “Can’t Stop the Feeling”. The “Cry Me a River” star earned ...

The Social Network?

In a community of saturation, the evergreen Minecraft has long held the top 10 on the Gaming Charts becoming the highest selling modern videogame. In it’s cubic worlds of inter-continental biomes and diamond swords, Generation Z has unleashed its creativity forming global servers of Hunger Games battles and skyscraper construction sites.

Jaden Bains, Staff Writer

November 16, 2017

People often say it’s a small world, but in this community that couldn’t be farther from the truth… welcome to the universe of video games. There are now over 1.2 billion gamers worldwide (and very quickly growing) who have created their own culture in online life. When people think of gamers,...