Jill Roosevelt ’79 P’27

“During my time at St. George’s I received a great education and made many lasting friendships. As a born and bred New Yorker, the school opened my eyes to many experiences that I would not have had if I had stayed at my all-girls school in Manhattan.

Wilson McElhinny ’49

I came to St. George’s in September of 1944. Because of the school’s proximity to the naval base, and the financial and enrollment challenges they were having, they must have lowered their admission standards in order for me to get in!