Joining at Saint Andrew’s School is more than just studying as personal growth is a top priority of the faculty. Students will meet friends of a lifetime, and develop a sense of personal responsibility, community and collaboration. Adding to a strong curriculum offering 24 AP courses, 46 Honors level courses and International Baccalaureate Diploma programme; the school also has very diverse extracurricular activities in different areas of interest. All of these make Saint Andrew’s school one of the best boarding schools in the USA.
Computer Science A
US Government & Politics
Chinese Language and Culture
Evening Study Assistance
Baseball, Basketball, Bowling, Cheerleading, Cross-Country Running, Dance, Diving, Football, Golf, Ice Hockey, Lacrosse, Soccer, Softball, Swimming, Tennis, Track and Field, Volleyball, Water Polo, Wrestling, Beach Volleyball, Rock Climbing, Surfing.
Clubs & Organizations
Animal Rights Club, Community Service, Computer Club, Debate Club, Diversity Club, Dorm Proctors, Environmental Club, Foreign Language Clubs, Future Bus. Leaders of Am., Habitat for Humanity, Honor Council, Horseback Riding, International Clubs, Investment Club, Jewish Student Org, Literary Magazine, Math Club, Model UN, National Honor Society, Newspaper, Peer Counseling, Peer Tutoring, Photography, Science Bowl, Student Activities, Student Government, Student Publications, Student Radio Station, Surfing, TV Station, Yearbook, Yoga, Young Democrats, Young Republicans
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Housing and Dorms
The school offers on campus housing in a welcoming environment. Teachers and their families also live on campus providing 24h care for the students. Students find a home and a family away from home when studying at Saint Andrew’s School. Each student is paired with another, called a “Resident Brother or Sister”, and faculty parents. Boarders can participate in both school events, as well as the several on-campus activities organized by the residential life.
All host families are located within less than 1 hour from school campus.