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Aut Viam Inveniam Aut Faciam

If there's a Will, there's always a Way.

The School Emblem is a red crest of St. George on a horse slaying a dragon, as painted by Gustave Moreau.  It is coloured in red and white, which are the two colours of the School.

Red represents BRAVERY while white is for PURITY.

On top part of the emblem writes the name of the school in Malay, Sek. Men. Keb. (P) St. George, while at the bottom of the emblem writes the motto of the School, Aut Viam Inveniam Aut Faciam (If there's a Will, there's always a Way).  Pulau Pinang is the state where the School is located in Malaysia.

The SGGS emblem can be seen almost everywhere around the School, as well as on the students' exercise books, lab books, sports shirts, etc.  It is the School reputation that the students of SGGS must have the School Emblem pinned on their school uniforms. This is to show acknowledgement and honour that the students belong to SGGS.

During this holy month of Ramadhan SMK(P) St. George will organize a short tazkirah every morning before the start of that day lesson. This short tazkirah will be given by a few teachers that has been choosen.

Every Form 4 students will be having their 2ND Mid Term Examination while the Form 3 and Form 5 students will be having the PMR and SPM trial respectively starting this 25 July 2013. The timetables for the examination will be upload shortly.

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