The Creed

My Time at The Creed

My Time at The Creed


April 17, 2019

My time at The Creed has been eventful and has been an experience I never imagined having when I began my high school career. Since the third grade I have been interested in journalism, and even at nine years old I would write short news stories for my classmates. That is really where the passion...

Giving Back: SGS Casual Day

Samir Dattani, Section Head, Student Life

February 26, 2018

On Friday February 23, the St. George’s Senior School participated in its monthly Friday Casual Day to support a charity. The main past beneficiary in the past has been Backpack Buddies, an organization that helps provide children with food over the weekend while not on school nutrition programs.   This...

Step Into The Shoes of St. George’s Grads

Jacob Pallai working hard on the patio of the grad lounge.

Ryan Sangha and Noah Strang

November 3, 2017

Two weeks ago Noah and Ryan took photos of the 2017 grad class. The photos are primarily taken in the grad lounge and Learning Commons. The purpose was to document a day in the life of a graduate student.

Purple Rain: Spirit Day

Democratically the choice for best dressed, Tinky Winky the purple Teletubby was a stunner that will go down in the history books as a legendary spin on the dress-code

Jaden Bains, Staff Writer

October 27, 2017

  This past week, the school blasted with LGBT anthems, welcomed passionate speakers, and “celebrated diversity” in the annual, and classic St. George’s Spirit Week. Thursday’s Purple Shirt Day was the seminal peak of events, marked by the simple act of boys wearing purple shirts to show ...

The Philadelphia Story

Mr. Fredeman, standing in for the role of Seth, and Cassidy Reichman, playing the role of Tracy, have a conversation on stage.

Liam Solomon, Staff Writer

October 26, 2017

  The Saints Players production of The Philadelphia Story is opening November 1st. The cast and crew depicted in the photos have been working tirelessly preparing the show. The show is being performed November 1-4. The photo gallery depicts a rehearsal for the actors, while the stage crew se...

How Ms. Jennifer Torry Found Her Way Into Saints

Ms. Torry's yearbook portrait (Fotografica Studio)

Tommy Kuo, Co-Editor in Chief

February 6, 2017

Her red hair and broad smile instantly come to mind when we think of Ms. Jennifer Torry, who has recently taken charge of The Creed. To gain more knowledge of its new mentor, The Creed had a conversation with her and decided to share her lesser-known story with the school community. Growing up in...

A Take on Environmental Stewardship

A Take on Environmental Stewardship

Sandy Fogarassy, Opinion's Section Editor

January 30, 2017

As part of the school’s development into a more appreciable institution, environmental stewardship has come to the forefront of the student government’s plans. The Creed caught up with the head of Environmental Stewardship, Will Andrews, to pick his brain on the matter. What inspired you to ...

Saints of Saints: Harrison Lee on the U.S. Election

Saints of Saints: Harrison Lee on the U.S. Election

Sandy Fogarassy, Staff Writer

November 4, 2016

The 2016 presidential election in the U.S. has evolved into a spectacle watched by the whole world. Whether for the greater good or for the television ratings, both front-running candidates, Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump, have been construed in different ways by the general electorate. Not too long...

Midterm Marks: More Comments!

While the student body only received a percentage or a letter grade last year for their midterm reports, adjustments to the layout have allowed for (much appreciated) comments.

Trevor Li, Staff Writer

October 30, 2016

Late October usually marks a stressful time for students, the reason being because it is when the first round of midterm report cards come out. Some students are happy with their marks (others, not so much,) but its ultimate purpose is to give students an idea of how they’re performing in school, and...

Pets of Saints #2: Charlie

Mr. Luers and his dog Charlie (Dave Luers)

Tommy Kuo, Staff Writer

October 20, 2016

The only pet in the Math Department, Charlie is a three-and-a-half-year-old hypoallergenic toy poodle. He enjoys coming to school with Mr. Luers so much that he does not like the summer holiday when no boys are around. In school, his interests include wandering in classrooms with his leash on, and...