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The Harry Potter Book Ban

The Harry Potter Book Ban

E'nissa Golden, Reporter September 13, 2019

Cypress practices their stomp cheer routine. The stomp competition was paired with a dance-off to fill out the afternoon.

Let’s Make These Houses Homes

Owen Hewitt, Co-Editor-in-Chief August 20, 2019

Co-Editor-In-Chief Snowden Farnsworth and Editor of Features Cary Robbins also contributed to the reporting of this story. St. George’s Upper School kicked off the second annual house competition...

This pair of shoes is similar to those donated during the shoe drive. This year, students donated over 1,700 shoes to the annual Ozark Water Project Shoe Drive.

Shoes Making a Splash

Spencer Cotham, Reporter May 10, 2019

Do you worry about having water to drink or having shoes to wear? Most of the time, we take these things for granted, but not everyone is that lucky. The Ozark Water Project is designed to bring fresh...

Senior Aiden Tanzer, junior Thandie Boudreaux, senior Deaubranice Garrett, and Mr. Bill McClain are talking to Senior Austin Wall about his SIS project. For his SIS project, Wall helped with the construction of a youth building with his church for three months.

Juniors on the Rise

Cary Robbins, Editor April 30, 2019

“I definitely think I’ve grown mentally and emotionally because I felt not only stressed, but I was stressed about what people thought of me and everything and social media,” senior Sidney Marr said....

A group of students stop to take a picture in Dresden by the waterfront. They visited Prague for two days.

Expanding Horizons

Snowden Farnsworth, Editor April 24, 2019

“There is something satisfying in setting foot in another country and knowing that you took a very active, independent role in getting there,” senior Jensen Lewis said. “It might open doors to opportunities...

Junior Sarah Liebmann is working on her computer. She said that she can see the positive impact of the web filter.

Filtering Out the Distractions

Cary Robbins, Editor March 29, 2019

“The intent of the new web filter is still about trying to figure out how to filter out inappropriate and distracting content while at school,” Technology Support Specialist Mr. Kevin Cranford said....

The Glowing Gryphon Girls are being presented. They went to the microphone and were asked what empowerment meant to them.

It’s Okay to be Different

Cary Robbins, Editor March 21, 2019

“I know that even if I do or I don’t win that I’m still unique,” fourth grader Success Wilkerson said. Wilkerson won the Glowing Gryphon Pageant on the night of Feb. 22. Senior Kaitlyn Bowman...

The West Tennessee History Day presentation was shown in the exhibit room.

History Day Happenings

Snowden Farnsworth, Editor March 18, 2019

St. George's was well represented on Feb. 23, 2019 by over forty students from the seventh and eighth grades who competed at the West Tennessee History Day contest, volunteers from the junior class and...

Juniors Anna Larizza, Silas Rhodes, Natalie Murrah and Sarah McDonald present their proposal to their classmates and heads of school. They hoped the restructuring of electives would make more available earlier in high school students’ careers.

Leaving Our Legacy

Cary Robbins, Editor of Feature Stories March 1, 2019

“I really value that our school values their students,” junior Silas Rhodes said. “They care about the students opinions, and I feel like that’s not something that you see a lot in other schools.” The...

Students of 7th period study hall help clean up bunk rooms for the SOS church. They spent the day cleaning up the church and listening to leaders explain why helping out the community is important.

The Gift of Giving Back to Our Community

Cary Robbins, Reporter February 11, 2019

Just like the Gryphon house system, Gryphnation app, and all senior pranks, St. George's has once again surprised the students of St. George's with a week and a half of community service. Instead of having...

In this photo, Kagan Sears signs out from his X-Block.  This is how Freshman and Sophomores go to other places from their X-Block.

X-Block switch up affects freshman and sophomores

Dean Campbell, Reporter January 31, 2019

In January, the administration announced to ninth and tenth graders that X-Block was changing. In the meeting, they told students that in order to go to another teacher during X-Block, students need an...

Junior Alan Henderson spent the month of November growing his beard for the competition. His hard work paid off because he won the competition.

One Beard To Rule Them All

Laura Beard and Snowden Farnsworth January 28, 2019

For those looking to have a luscious beard like Upper School Biology teacher Mr. Sam Abrams, he has a few words of advice. “Keep it groomed. Don’t just let your beard grow and never trim up your...

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