Students wanting to participate in the meal plan will receive their lunch in McLean Hall during their scheduled lunch period.
Students that are NOT on the program also have access to having a meal if they forgot their lunch or if they are interested in the daily menu. This menu is posted on the School Website, so students can check to see what is available each week. They can simply swipe their ID card and it will charge them for an “Occasional Meal” at the cost of $11.85.
All students must have their ID card at every lunch period in order to access the meal program. If they have lost their ID card, they must contact the IT department to re-issue another one.
For any dietary restrictions or special diets, we will have a dedicated station on the Northeast corner station of McLean Hall.
Tentative Lunchtimes will be as follows — please note timings are not finalized. The final lunch timeline will be confirmed in September with each Head of Grade:
11:30 am–12:40 pm
Grade 8–10 Lunch
12:45 pm–1:55 pm
Grade 11 & 12 Lunch
The Senior Meal Plan includes:
- Access to fruit baskets – handfruits such as apples, bananas, pears, kiwis, oranges etc.
- Beverages – Ice water, 2% Milk, or the featured freshly made infused water of the day (i.e. watermelon & mint, orange & ginger, strawberry & cucumber, etc.) or all three if he wishes.
- Entree of the day – we provide a Regular (no restrictions) menu as well as a special diets station that includes options for Vegetarian, Vegan, Gluten Free, and Plain Lean Protein diets.
- Associated condiments – for example: pasta day would have chilis and parmesan or nutritional yeast, and an Asian-style noodle bowl would have green onions, sesame seeds, soy sauce, etc.
- Salad of the day – our chef Aaron prepares a beautiful salad of the day with his famous homemade dressing to go along with the entree (e.g. a mediterranean day might have a couscous salad with hemp hearts, arugula, and a homemade vinaigrette).
- Dessert of the day – for healthy school guidelines, we usually give some sort of fruit from Monday to Thursday and then a treat on Fridays.
Last year we started a new food program called Powering Performance. It is a program to help students look for and identify with the foods that they are eating and tailor it to their personal needs with these four pillars:Strengthen
– Red Icon to look for: For boys that are into working out or a part of athleticsRecover
– Dark Green Icon to look for: For boys that have just endured a hard competition, exam, physical workout, marathon, etc. and need their body to bounce backFocus
– Light Green Icon to look for: For boys that are into activities that require mental strength such as Band, Math, Debate, M.U.N, Art, etc.Sustain
– Yellow Icon to look for: This is a food that will just get you through the day so you don't feel that afternoon lull where you want to take a nap.
This is an example of what our menu would look like:
For more information on the Food Service Program at St. George’s School, including our sustainability practices, please visit: