One Boy At A Time
The second sentence reflects our understanding that each boy is wonderfully unique, that each boy holds a series of identities, histories, interests, strengths, fears, and hopes that are specific only to him. To allow each unique boy the very best chance to uncover his fullest potential requires him to first feel that he belongs and secondly to know that he is surrounded by trusted relationships with people who seek to understand and care for him. It is our belief that when a school community has relationships at its centre, a boy can find his personal confidence: confidence to try, fail, try again, and, over time, explore and develop into his own actualized version of a fine young man. It is tender work. There are infinite ways to be a boy, and we celebrate and support them all. All boys can find their path at St. George’s, where a beautifully diverse array of good men can grow. It is what our world urgently requires.