The Creed

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...

European Band Tour 2018—A once-in-a-lifetime experience

European Band Tour 2018—A once-in-a-lifetime experience

Jay Luo, Staff Writer, Head of News

April 5, 2018


Filed under News, Showcase

Spring break is a time to take a breather from the bustling school year, and while a great way to relax is to stay in town, another way to enjoy the two-weeks off is to travel with your friends. The European Band Tour, a 16-day trip to four countries in Europe from March 16th to April 1st, provided the...

Swinging Into the Golf Season

Swinging Into the Golf Season

Tony Li, Staff Writer

March 16, 2018


Filed under News, Sports

Golf season is just around the corner! From Monday March 5th to Thursday March 15th, over 30 golfers in the senior school tried out for the Saints golf team. The student-athletes played 9 holes at University Golf Club where their score would be considered during the selection process. While there is no def...

International Woman’s Day

International Woman’s Day

March 12, 2018


Filed under News

Founded 101 years ago, International Woman’s Day is a celebration of woman’s progress in society, offering an opportunity to recognize the work that has been done for gender equality. At Saints, the day has been come especially relevant and endorsed in 2018. Guest presenters, teacher lesson pl...

Golden Boys

Golden Boys

Ben Steiner, Sports Editor

March 12, 2018


Filed under News, Showcase, Sports

The Ski and Snowboard team traveled to Sun Peaks, BC last weekend to compete in the BCSS provincial race series. The Skiers came home successful, while the Snowboarders finished in seventh position. Heading into the weekend the snowboard team was looking to make the podium for the first time in seven years, while the Ski Team aimed to win the gold medal after finishing second the past two years to Collingwood. The skiers came flying out of the gates and never looked back, winning all but one seed on day one of competition. Mathew Ng headlined Saint’s efforts with a silver medal win, while the rest of the skiers all finished in the top 30. After the first day, Saint’s led by five points and sat in the gold medal position. On the other side of the c...