What makes a successful applicant to SGS?

There is no “cookie cutter” SGS student. Each year, we seek to build classes of students that represent a richness of interests, personalities, perspectives, and educational, and cultural experiences.

We consider the best “matches” for SGS to be those students (and families) who can best contribute to and benefit from the school’s unique mission, curriculum, setting, and approach to learning. Common qualities in successful SGS candidates include maturity, open-mindedness, and leadership potential.

We also ask that applicants to SGS perform at or above grade level, as determined by the prospective student’s current school.

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