The student voice of St. George's Independent School.

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The student voice of St. George's Independent School.

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The student voice of St. George's Independent School.

The Lodge

Was I Speeding?

Was I Speeding?

Caroline Wood, Reporter September 20, 2023

At the end of the St. George’s school day, students flood the student parking lot eager to get to their next destination. What could go wrong? A lot more than one might think. The road test leading...

Getting to Know New Faces

Getting to Know New Faces

Sienna Lightman, Co-Editor-in-Chief September 18, 2023

St. George’s has a lot of new staff members this year. These new teachers shared their stories, how they got to their position, what they are excited about and how their experience has been so far. Mr....

Mr. Nick Whicker uses the Learning Commons for his middle school religion class, where students are collaborating.

Out with the Old, in with the New

O'Neal Starrett, Reporter September 14, 2023

Upon returning to St. George's for the 2023-2024 school year, it wasn't long before students realized that the library looked different. Instead of bookshelves, the right side of the room had been filled...

The water polo team listens to coaches during practice for instruction.


Ella Coons, Reporter September 13, 2023

Polo! Combined with Houston High School, St. George’s is bringing back the water polo team in style. The water polo athletes are working really hard to make this team successful with late night practices...

The Last of Us Review

The Last of Us Review

Mary Beth Skelton, Editor April 27, 2023

Warning: There are spoilers here so please don’t ruin the show for yourself by reading this. Now if you have watched the show, I am so happy that you’ve decided to bless yourself by doing so. You may...

Golden Hours: Remembering Tyre Nichols

Golden Hours: Remembering Tyre Nichols

March 10, 2023

The nation is still mourning the loss of Tyre Nichols, who was murdered by Memphis police on his way home from taking pictures of the sunset just after the turn of the new year. The news about the Tuesday...

Sushi strikes a pose. She’s all grown up now!

Life as a “Chicken Tender”

Ella Straub, Reporter March 10, 2023

What began with agreeing to help take care of our school’s chickens turned into both my senior independent study and an emotional investment as I grew more involved in the lives of our feathered friends...

The beginning of the Big River Crossing which spans over the Mississippi River.

Top Five Best Hikes in Memphis

Sienna Lightman, Co-Editor-in-Chief February 21, 2023

Memphis is the largest city in Tennessee, having a population of over half a million people. With large buildings, busy roads and lots of traffic, it is hard to escape to a quiet place where you can purely...

Youre Such a Doll

You’re Such a Doll

Livi VanSteenberg, Editor January 30, 2023

Sometimes it feels impossible to be a girl. There’s been this huge push for high school students’ lives to incorporate the perfect “quirky girl,” often either a tomboy or a manic pixie dream...

Halloween is Weird.

Halloween is Weird.

Kirklyn Moore, Reporter October 28, 2022

Have you ever thought that Halloween traditions are very random and weird? Well, they’ve all come from different origins, coming together to create what Halloween is to us today, but if you think about...

13 Spooky Halloween Movies You Need to Watch

13 Spooky Halloween Movies You Need to Watch

Kate Winstead, Reporter October 26, 2022

Creep Rating: A scale of 1 through ten that measures how scary the movie actually is. With 10 being the scariest and 1 being not very scary at all. Ghost Rating: How many stars I would personally...

Lauren Rutlin paints flowers onto her senior parking spots. Seniors have the option to reflect their creativity into their work.

Senior Parking Spots: A New Tradition

Reagan Goodwin, Reporter September 27, 2022

Along with the many hard changes COVID-19 brought to our school, a more exciting one was presented to the seniors: being able to paint their own parking spots. This new tradition was originally given...

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