St. George's School (Vancouver)

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ST. GEORGE'S SCHOOL (VANCOUVER)

Country: Canada
Campus/location : Vancouver, British Columbia

Coat of arms (crest) of St. George's School (Vancouver)

Official blazon

Arms : Argent a cross Gules, in the canton a maple leaf bendwise Vert all within a bordure Gules
Crest : Upon a grassy mount proper, the mounted figure of St. George vested of a tabard of the Arms and slaying a dragon proper
Motto: SINE TIMORE AUT FAVORE

Origin/meaning

The arms were officially granted on September 15, 2017.

The red cross on a white background is the traditional symbol of St. George. The maple leaf identifies the school as a Canadian institution.

The image of St. George represented as a knight slaying a dragon dates back to the Middle Ages.

The motto means “Without fear or favour”.


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