From the Head of School

Robert Kosasky, Head of School - St. Andrew's Episcopal School
Do you want a school that will make you successful, or a school that will make you happy?
 
Why make that choice at all? Instead, be known. Be inspired. Come to St. Andrew’s, and see what great education really means.

Thanks to our close relationships with individual faculty from some of the top research universities in the world, and the work of our Center for Transformative Teaching and Learning (CTTL), our teachers are the most research-informed faculty in the nation. Additionally, The CTTL has presented to, worked with, hosted and trained more than 10,000 teachers and school leaders from 16 states and five countries.
 
Are you passionate about science or art, math or language, technology or social entrepreneurship? Do you love to compete, or perform, or serve other people? Are you looking to attend a terrific college that fits your interests? St. Andrew’s can help you reach your potential in all of those areas and more. If you want to be challenged, prepared, and happy in your next school, check out St. Andrew’s.
 
Warmly,
 
Robert Kosasky
Head of School

Read Our Spring Magazine

The Spring 2022 magazine explores what belonging means at St. Andrew's. Take a look through the magazine to learn more about how students and faculty value diversity within a highly connected community, and how a greater understanding of each other is fundamental to belonging. Click here to read the Spring 2022 Magazine online.

St. Andrew's Board of Trustees

Sheila Maith, Chair
Thomas Taylor '00 Vice Chair
Kellie Bickenbach, Treasurer
Sandy Horowitz, Secretary
 
Rana Alarapon
William Amick
Alfredo Antezana
Rene Augustine
Edith Demas ‘83
Brian Harris
Barry Henderson
Anthony Izzo, III
Parisa Karaahmet ‘87
Alex Perdikis
Frederick Scarboro
DeMaurice Smith

Ex-Officio

Robert Kosasky, Head of School
Lane Brenner '05, President, Alumni Council
Natalie Best, President, SAPA
John Harmon, Bishop's Representative

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.