The Creed

Dashing Visit from Queen Margaret’s School

Dashing Visit from Queen Margaret’s School

Kilian Fung, Staff Writer

October 31, 2018


Filed under News, Residential Life

Amidst the constant pressure of midterm marks, the Harker Hall community finally had a good reason to throw their books aside just for one weekend. Because what’s slightly better than a Harvard acceptance letter for them? A weekend with the girls from Queen Margaret’s School.   On the 20th...

ONE+ Campaign – Past Empowers Future

ONE+ Campaign – Past Empowers Future

Tom Xu, Staff Writer

October 30, 2018


Filed under News, Showcase

  After several years of planning, the long-anticipated launch event of One+ Campaign took place on October 24th at St. George’s School. The One+ Campaign consists of numerous upgrades such as new academic buildings, athletic facilities, and recreational spaces. The campaign focuses on k...

Band Has Begun: A Season Preview

Band Has Begun: A Season Preview

Derek Wu, Staff Writer

October 30, 2018


Filed under A&E, News

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...

St. George’s Celebrates Pride

St. George’s Celebrates Pride

Ben Steiner, Editor-In-Chief

October 30, 2018


Filed under News, Showcase, Student Life

  Vancouver- St.George’s school celebrated the LGBTQ+ community in the week of October 18, as the community took part in its third annual “Pride Week.” In recent years the school has expanded on “Spirit Day” which it has hosted for a long time. Spirit Day was focused on the idea of ...

Littering and Food Waste at St. George’s — Are there solutions?

Littering and Food Waste at St. George’s — Are there solutions?

Jay Luo, Staff Writer, Head of News

May 31, 2018


Filed under News, Showcase, Student Life

In February 2017, Principal Jennifer Leighton of Granite Bay High School in California placed a ban on food deliveries in the public high school. Instead of dashing to the dining hall to line up during lunch, students now resort to pulling out their smartphones to summon a courier from the popular deli...

Poetry In Voice: Hamish Wins It all

Poetry In Voice: Hamish Wins It all

Liam Solomon and Samuel Chen, Staff Writer

May 7, 2018


Filed under News, Showcase

From April 17-20 Hamish Marissen-Clark competed in the National Poetry In Voice Competition in Toronto. He went through a rigorous qualifying process just to make it to the national competition. First, he won his grade. Following that, he won the school competition and advanced to the regional finals...

Arts Week Through the Camera

Arts Week Through the Camera

David Guo, Junior Photographer & Videographer

April 21, 2018


Filed under News, Photo of the Day, Student Life

The Annual May Fair is Just Around The Corner!

Aden Gill and Max Rolfe

April 20, 2018


Filed under News

It’s Friday, April 20th, 2018 and at St.George’s school, we had one of our multiple bottle drives. The point of the bottle drive/donation collection is to raise money for clubs and niche classes with a budget. These clubs and classes apply for fair funding to get a certain budget for the year...

Career Day 2018: An Eye-Opening Experience

Career Day 2018: An Eye-Opening Experience

Alexander Soltan, Guest Writer

April 9, 2018


Filed under News, Showcase

As a grade 11 student, I have no idea what I want to do in life. I have been looking at studying either engineering or business after university but never really considered what I would do following my undergraduate degree. The thought of attending our St. George’s Careers Day was quite exciting...

North-South Korea relations after the Winter Olympics

North-South Korea relations after the Winter Olympics

David Guo, Junior Photographer & Videographer

April 6, 2018


Filed under News, What's Trending

The historic moment of unity that brought them together for the first time in centuries is now over. North Korea’s involvement in the PyeongChang Winter Olympics has come to an end, and for the political optimists hoping that the last two weeks of friendliness and outreach would extend beyond the...