Explore Your World. Come to George School.
The journey of a thousand (or 10,000) miles really does begin with one step—getting to know us.
George School is an amazing intellectual incubator—a thinkubator, if you will—that will stretch your mind while developing your creativity and collaboration skills, athletic abilities, and worldview.
It is a close, diverse community dedicated to social justice and to one another. And it remains “home” for more than 12,000 graduates who have gone on to be successful leaders, innovators, catalysts, true originals, and citizens of the world.
Our Admission team is eager to get to know you, too, and personally help you discover if this amazing place is right for you.
RSVP to our Virtual Open House on Sunday, October 24
Points of Pride
An extraordinarily challenging program that can lead to college credit and admission to universities around the world
IB Diploma completion rate, one of the world’s highest
above world average on IB Higher and Further Level Math exams
George School students awarded financial aid
countries represented by students over the past decade
years of international service learning programs
acres of open lawns, peaceful woods, and historic buildings
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The George School community—rooted in Quaker values and composed of global citizens—is committed to inclusiveness and equal opportunity. The school does not discriminate in its admission, educational, or employment opportunities or practices on the basis of race, color, ethnicity, religion, gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, age, genetic information, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law.
Our goal is to be a community where people with vastly different backgrounds, identities, and perspectives are united in their mutual respect for one another and the pursuit of a common good. This belief is reflected in the school’s motto, “Mind the Light.”
If you have questions about our non-discrimination policies under Title IX, Title VI, and Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act, please contact Chelsie Tuttle ’08 by email at email@example.com or by phone at 215.579.6871.