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Juniors in the junior lounge wear University of Memphis and Memphis Grizzlies gear. St. George's students celebrate the last day of spirit week being Memphis heroes.

Students grit n’ grind

January 29, 2016

On Friday, January 29, high school students dressed in their Memphis garb to celebrate the last day of spirit week, Memphis Day.

Seniors Jake Lindow, Karina Jensen and Noah Woods dress as fighter pilots. Thursday, Jan. 28, was the fourth day of spirit week with the theme of Career Day.

Students travel into the future

January 29, 2016

St. Georges students continued spirit week on Thursday, January 28, by dressing up as what they aspire to be in the future. Career Day was the theme for the entire student body. Students dressed up...

Senior William McBride holds his Chick-fil-A while wearing camouflage. Wednesday's spirit week was hide and seek day, and freshmen and juniors wore neon while sophomores and seniors wore camouflage.

High school students play hide and seek

January 28, 2016

Spirit week continued on Wednesday, Jan. 26, with the theme of hide and seek. Freshman and juniors wore neon to seek while the sophomores and seniors wore camouflage to hide. In preparation for the...

Do you want to build a snowman?

Sixth-grader Iris Delahoussaye builds a snowman. Memphis had its first snow day on Friday, Jan. 22, and St. George's did not have school.

Annie Vento, Editor-in-Chief

January 25, 2016

On Friday, Jan. 22, Memphis had its first snow day of 2016. St. George's was out of school and both students and teachers enjoyed a day off by playing in the snow and building snowmen.

'Nothing Gold Can Stay'

‘Nothing Gold Can Stay’

January 14, 2016


Junior quarterback Ben Glass avoids a defender. The Gryphons earned the state title last week.

Gryphon football wins state

December 9, 2015

The Gryphon football team beat Northpoint Christian School 50-20 in the state championship game Thursday, Dec. 3. The victory against Northpoint earned the Gryphons their third football state title, and...

The cast and crew of Bye Bye Birdie prepare backstage for the upcoming show. Bye Bye Birdie premieres on Friday, Nov. 6 and runs to Sunday, Nov. 8.

Say “bye bye” to regular rehearsals

November 6, 2015

On Friday through Saturday, Nov. 6 through 8, St. George's thespians will open their all-school fall musical, "Bye Bye Birdie." Students can get in free with a canned good, and otherwise tickets are $5...

TryGryphs  hit the quan

TryGryphs hit the quan

November 4, 2015

As new dance crazes appear, the Gryphon Gazette is ready to tackle the moves. From the stanky leg to the dougie, to the whip and to the nae-nae, all the way to today’s current dance craze of hitting...

Junior Regine Miller dresses up as Queen Nefertiti. The costume contest took place on Friday, Oct. 30.

Halloween meets history

November 3, 2015

In honor of this past Halloween weekend, the History Club held a costume day where students and teachers could dress as important historical figures on Friday, Oct. 30. Costumes varied from freshman A...

Sophomore David Quesada tosses an egg to his partner. One of the field days events was an egg toss.

Gold and red go head-to-head

October 30, 2015

In place of a homecoming pep rally, the Upper School held its first annual field day in place of a homecoming pep rally on Friday, Oct. 23, led and organized by Dean of Students Mrs. Kalyn Underwood. ...



October 27, 2015

"Brocast" is a biweekly series on the Gryphon Gazette website starring senior Sam Hyde and junior Bayard Anderson in which they discuss St. George's, college and professional sports....

Dean of Students Mrs. Kalyn Underwood and seniors Claire Thomas, Jared Whitaker and Payton McGough pose in their preppy attire. Tuesday's spirit week theme in the middle school was cancer awareness day and preppy versus jocks in the upper school.

Preppy students rival against jocks for spirit week

October 21, 2015

Spirit week continued on Tuesday, Oct. 20, with the middle school dressing in the theme of cancer awareness day and the upper school dressing as either preppy versus jock. Freshmen and juniors were jocks...