School campus tour and structure
Our All-Girls School Structure
Set in 15 acres of attractively landscaped parklands on a single-site campus, St George’s provides an excellent learning environment in the highly desirable leafy suburbs of the Ravelston and Murrayfield residential areas in the west of the City of Edinburgh.
school moved to its present site in 1914 into a purpose-built building
designed by the architect Balfour Paul. Our buildings combine
traditional and modern design to support a dynamic, innovative, and
high-quality learning environment for our whole community.
There are 6 school houses: Argyll (Blue), Buccleuch (Pink), Douglas (Yellow), Lindsay (Orange), Moray (Green) and Strathmore (Red).
The house system makes a significant contribution to the warm sense of community in the school by creating valuable opportunities for girls at all stages throughout the school to share experiences and work together.
Our campus aerial footage
A wonderful learning environment. Take a bird's eye view of the campus with our aerial video footage. You will see our beautiful grounds and buildings.
360 interactive virtual tour of the campus
Use the arrows to move around the school campus and click on the information icons to view more details.
We recommend viewing in full-screen mode on mobile devices. You can also view with VR headsets for a more immersive experience.
Interactive virtual tour of the school campus
Zoom in to enlarge the map and then click on the map points to access photo galleries, video, hyperlinks and descriptions about our facilities. Click on the main photo in each section to see a photo gallery.