St. Andrew’s challenges students in a way that builds their self-confidence and helps them discover their passions. We are enthusiastically committed to teaching and demonstrating, both locally and globally, that academic challenge and student well-being are the complementary foundations of educational excellence.Our students and faculty are direct beneficiaries of the latest research in the science of learning, which is translated for all teachers to apply to their classroom practice by our Center for Transformative Teaching & Learning.
Faces of St. Andrew's
Every member of the St. Andrew's community has their own answer to "Why St. Andrew's?" Click on the pictures below to learn more about these current students, alumni, and faculty.
SOCA President, Dance Team Captain Stefen received a full-tuition Posse Foundation scholarship to attend Sewanee: The University of the South, thanks in large part to a nomination by alumna Michaela James-Thrower ‘20.
NIH Intern, Club Leader, Ski Instructor Kirstin was faced with a hard choice as an 11-year-old – follow in the footsteps of her brothers who were students at St. Andrew’s, or attend boarding school in Vermont and have a shot at pursuing a competitive skiing career...
SGA President, Jazz Musician Josh is constantly looking for opportunities to pursue his interests, and on the rare occasions when those opportunities don’t exist, he is putting himself in position to create them...
Yaa and Lauren first met as teammates on St. Andrew’s girls cross country team. They didn’t know it then, but the paths they ran would ultimately align as a spiritual path as they support each other’s call to ministry.
St. Andrew's Go-To Technology Student “It is very humbling to be trusted with things that, at a typical school, a faculty member or even outside company would be in charge of. I never thought I would be a junior in high school and be the go-to-guy for every event involving technology.”
Cross Country Champion, Class President “When I came here to visit and shadow, the thing that struck me most was everyone was happy, smiling and laughing and having a good time. That was just really cool, something I had never seen at a school before..."
Brown University Medical Student, COVID-19 Frontline Fighter Krissia and her cohort at the Warren Alpert Medical School of Brown University have committed to volunteering their time, knowledge, and skills to the fight against the COVID-19 pandemic.