Our school was founded in 1898 and with over 800 students, continues to thrive today. We combine a respect for tradition with a forward looking approach to education, offering both national and international programmes. Most of our students are day pupils, but the boarders are the heart of our school and we are proud to be one of the very few schools on the continent which has maintained its boarding tradition.
St George’s has over 15 international staff, more than any other British type school in Argentina. The video clip below will give you further insights into our school. Best of all, come and visit us!Read more
"St George´s College prepared me for life by providing the education, knowledge, skills, spirit and behaviour compatible with the needs of modern life. This involved scholarship, lectures, exercises and practical work, including the Chapel services, making friends, coaching, reading, sport, manners and the arts. Emphasis was made on values, teamwork, fair play and hobbies. Responsibility was enhanced by authority delegated to students, which sowed the seeds for maturity, honour and duty."
Thomas N. Hudson O.B.E
Mr Hudson received the Order of the British Empire from the Queen of England.
“I had my first leadership role at St George’s, as a “preceptor”, I learned some of the basic responsibilities of leadership. The school exposed me to the power of team playing, prepared me to value diversity of thought and ideas and opened my mind to different cultures. Above all, my years at St George’s resulted in long lasting friendships and very fond memories.”
María Inés Craviotto
CFO & VP at General Motors Of Canada Limited
“St. George’s had at least two major contributions to the way I approach life:
It was the first place in which I started thinking and caring about others: my community, my friends, my team.
I learned the manner in which we go about a challenge is just as important as the end result.”
Manuel Benjamín Costa
Director Regional del Cono Sur - TECHO
“I started school in 2005 as a boarder because I used to live on a farm 300 km far away from Buenos Aires. I’ve always loved sports and I can say that during my years at St George’s I found a wonderful environment to develop my interest in various sports. I could enjoy the delightful campus with its amazing trees and rich landscape every day and this inspired me in my career choice. Today I’m studying landscape architecture at the University of Buenos Aires and I’m proud to say that being an Old Georgian is an enriching experience.”
First woman to play the Santa Paula Polo Tournament.
“The school gave me the opportunity to explore the world of acting and taught me about the engagement, work and responsibility needed to be able to evolve in this discipline.
La Casa de Bernarda Alba was my first big challenge and, as intense as it was, it is part of my best memories.
I don´t think I would have become an actress if it weren´t due to the school, as I might never have enrolled in a theatre course otherwise.” ”