The Development Office
Re-uniting the Georgian Family with each other and the School in order to strengthen our community and enhance educational provision for the future through charitable giving.
A patron saint:
Naming the new school after England's patron saint was a shrewd move on the part of the Belgian founders: St George's College was established by the Josephite Catholic order in 1869 in Croydon and moved to its current home at Woburn Park on the outskirts of Weybridge in 1884. Originally a boys boarding school, we are proud that we are thee largest, co-educational day school in the country. Find out more about the School as it is today by visiting the College website.
The role of Reunite:
Established in 2003 and run by the Development Office, our fundamental aim is to reunite former students from St George's and St Maur's with each other and with the School, though reunions, e-communications, publications and events.
Whether you are an Old Georgian, Old Maurian, current or former parent or staff, we welcome the whole Georgian Families involvement and your contribution to the School and its plans for the future.
Click to view the Reunite timeline:
Come and Visit:
We welcome former students to come and visit the College and the Junior School (the former site of St Maur’s) by making an appointment in advance, particularly if you would like a tour, by emailing us on, firstname.lastname@example.org or calling 01932 839352, to arrange a time that suits.