The Creed

A Month Dedicated to Men’s Health — Movember at Saints

Tim Hu, Staff Writer December 13, 2020

It is easy for students to disregard their mental health after spending nearly an entire year in isolation due to the pandemic — this is why Movember was essential this year. As usual, the school relaxed...

There’s An Imposter Among Us

Austin Ma, Staff Writer November 1, 2020

In a year of much uncertainty, an unexpected multiplayer game developed by American game studio, InnerSloth, took the world by storm.  When InnerSloth released Among Us back in 2018, it was met with...

Room 230, the so-called

Keeping the Game Alive – The Past and Future of St. George’s Schoolreach

Derek Wu, Staff Writer June 13, 2019

VANCOUVER—Of all the clubs at St. George’s School, regardless of size, few clubs are as tight-knit and close as the Schoolreach team. If one were to stumble upon the room almost universally known simply...

The closing ceremonies of CAHSMUN 2019.

A Weekend in Western Business Attire – A Report on CAHSMUN 2019

Derek Wu, Staff Writer May 6, 2019

VANCOUVER—If one were to wander the streets of downtown Vancouver on a certain weekend of the year and notice flocks of youths in suits, ties, and formal attire, it would not be unlikely that a Model...

The Senior Band on stage at the UVic Bandfest.

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

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,...

Students in pink stopped playing table tennis to pose for The Creed. (Tommy Kuo)

Chiller Diller 2019

Ben Steiner , Editor-in-Chief February 28, 2019

For the third straight year, St. George’s students celebrated “Chiller Diller day.” Three years ago Arshan Bains, alongside the rest of the community and connections committee organized the inaugural...

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...

The Boarders Who Saved Christmas

The Boarders Who Saved Christmas

Kilian Fung, Staff Writer February 6, 2019

It is not often that the entire boarding house participates in an activity together. However, when it does, it is an impressive scene of organization combined with chaos. Such was the case on December...

Dr. Mathews and students showing off their toques!

Another Year of Hamper Drive Success!

Brian Kim, Staff Writer January 31, 2019

The 2018 Hamper drive was a tremendous success with over 250 hampers delivered on December 21st. and 22nd. However, the project wouldn’t have been so successful without the help from many student volunteers,...

The Junior Jazz Ensemble begins their performance.

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

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...

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