Inspired by their experience volunteering with refugees and immigrants, seniors Zara Blake ’21 and Janine Junaideen ‘21 wrote a workbook designed to help children develop strategies for navigating difficult social situations.
St. Andrew’s held its Upper School Awards Assembly virtually on Thursday morning to recognize the achievements of the Class of 2020. Awards were handed out for excellence in academics, arts, athletics, leadership, diversity, and dedication to community service.
As part of her Senior Service Project, Sophia James '20 is curating and developing an online art gallery designed to create a sanctuary for creative expression and bring the St. Andrew's community together through art.
Upper and Middle School students heard from experts in healthcare, economics, history, and theology this past week when they attended a virtual symposium titled “Understanding COVID-19 and Its Impact.”
A chicken farm that provides training and reduced food prices for residents of Tourin, Haiti will receive full grant funding from St. Andrew’s Anne Wallace Fund for Service Learning, while two more projects will share a pilot grant for a joint venture, after students pitched the projects on behalf of their partner entrepreneurs.
Seventeen students were virtually inducted into the St. Andrew’s chapter of the Cum Laude Society last week. Typically, students would be recognized in-person during a special ceremony; however, this year’s inductees learned of their selection from surprise phone calls and video messages by current Cum Laude Society members and teachers.
St. Andrew’s Episcopal School Head of School Robert Kosasky and Head of Upper School Ginger Cobb announced the D!Lab interns on Tuesday, a program supported by the Derek Park Fund Grant for Creative Innovation. D!Lab interns are certified on the lab’s 3D printer, laser cutter and milling machine, and can use each to work on independent projects.
St. Andrew’s hosted the 23rd annual Oral History Night on Tuesday evening, a celebration of a year-long project by members of the junior class. The St. Andrew’s Oral History Project is the largest pre-collegiate collection of oral histories in North America, and with the addition of 75 new primary source interviews on Tuesday, it now sits at a robust 1,415.
With three underclassmen cast as leads and supported by the largest cast and crew for an Upper School musical in recent years, this weekend’s production of “Legally Blonde” celebrates the deep talent pool and future possibilities for the St. Andrew’s Players.