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  • Students do a gallery walk in AP Euro.

    In AP Euro, Students Go Beyond the Textbook

    From imagining what posters an 18th century teenager would put on their bedroom walls, to constructing a “Stuart Burger” to remember the English monarchy, tenth-grade students in AP European History are engaging in novel classroom activities that go beyond the textbook. These activities are designed to help embed details from the curriculum into students’ long-term memory.
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  • St. Andrew’s Players Take On Chekhov’s “The Cherry Orchard”

    Anton Chekhov’s “The Cherry Orchard,” with its complexity and opportunities for creative staging, has presented a meaningful challenge to both the cast and crew of this year’s fall play.
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  • Fikile Brushett '02 at MIT

    Alumni Award Spotlight: Fikile Brushett ‘02

    It’s fair to say Fikile Brushett ’02 left his mark at St. Andrew’s - literally. His name can be found in the first-floor hallway as a member of the school’s Cum Laude Society. Now, as an associate professor of chemical engineering at Massachusetts Institute of Technology - where he leads a research program focused on advancing the science and engineering of electro-chemical technologies - he is leaving his mark on the world.
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  • The 1991-1992 girls basketball team with the banner.

    Athletics Hall of Fame Spotlight: 1991-1992 Girls Basketball Team

    The 1991-1992 season wasn’t just a standout year for St. Andrew’s girls basketball program. It was the culmination of four years of outstanding athleticism and sportsmanship by three players from the Class of 1992 – Vania (Cooke) Flowers, Micheila Leighland (Zaahida Shakur), and Shondelle Solomon – who led the team to four straight PVAC banners and would inspire two more, totaling six consecutive championships from 1989 to 1994.
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  • BAC Leadership Team Members at the End of Year Ceremony

    Alumni Award Spotlight: The Black Alumni Collective

    The Thomas Shaw Award for Service was originally conceived as a recognition for “someone whose deeds and actions reflect his or her pride in their alma mater and loyalty to the school.” This year, the Award’s recipient is not an individual, but rather, a group, who in just two years have made a uniquely transformative impact on the St. Andrew’s community.
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Robert Kosasky, Head of School

St. Andrew's offers the most research-informed education you'll find anywhere. We are at the forefront of work to improve how teachers teach and how students learn. Teachers love to teach here and students are happy here. And as our own research has shown, happy students embrace rigor and learn best.
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St. Andrew's offers the most research-informed education in the Mid-Atlantic Region. We are at the forefront of work to improve how teachers teach and how students learn. Teachers love to teach here and students are happy here. And as our own research has shown, happy students learn best.
St. Andrew’s Episcopal School is a private, coeducational college preparatory day school for students in preschool (Age 2) through grade 12, located in Potomac, Maryland.