As a closely connected preschool through Grade 12 community, our students bring a multitude of strengths and interests to school every day. At St. Andrew’s we know there are many pathways to excellence, achievement, and leadership. This is why we make it a priority to get to know and inspire each student as a person as well as a learner.
Spend any time on our campus, and you will experience a culture of inclusivity, kindness, and belonging. Our students are welcoming, kind, humble, supportive, and encouraging of one another. This incredible level of belonging may come as a surprise to those new to our community, but our students couldn’t imagine it any other way.
From the moment you arrive on campus, you can feel the energy of our community. Our festive celebrations spark excitement, camaraderie, and an incredible sense of pride that bonds us from the first year to long after graduation.
A wide range of experiences beyond the classroom enhance student connections and create unique leadership opportunities. Club opportunities at St. Andrew’s begin as early as Lower School through the Extended Day Program; while Middle School students have the opportunity to select clubs each trimester; and Upper School students create and lead clubs (with typically 35+ active clubs each year).
A sampling of Upper School Clubs includes:
Asian Student Union Black Student Alliance Creaturae (Literary Magazine) CTTL Research Fellows Environmental Awareness Club Foreign Language Club Gender and Sexuality Alliance Interfaith Chapel Council Jewish Culture Club Latinx Club Mane News (Student Newspaper) Model UN Outdoors Club Peer Leaders Student Ambassadors Student Government Students of Color Association
There are a number of ways to participate in supporting the St. Andrew's community. From volunteering to donating; parents, alumni, and friends continue to connect with our community through a long standing tradition of selfless giving.