For Prospective Families
8:30 a.m. Grades 5 – 12
9:30 a.m. Pre-K 3 through Grade 4
Thank you for your interest in St. Andrew’s School, Savannah’s progressive school. We are an inclusive, multicultural community and believe the skills of critical thinking and communication prepare students for success in college and life. Students learn best through real-world experiences, hands-on projects, cooperative learning, and an integrated curriculum. Our students are self-confident and enjoy school, love learning, are proud of their successes, and learn from their mistakes. When you walk through our classrooms, you find every student engaged in learning. Come see for yourself!
Your first step in applying to St. Andrew’s School is to create an account by clicking the “Apply” button at the top of the webpage navigation bar. The application link will then be emailed to you for completion.
1 • Create an Account & Submit your Application
2 • Pay the Application Fee
3 • Supply Required Documents
4 • Visit Campus (Prospective Student)
STEP 1: CREATE AN ACCOUNT & SUBMIT YOUR APPLICATION
An account may be created at www.saslions.com under the Admissions tab. After creating your account, an email will be sent to you with a link to the application. The email will prompt you to complete the online application. You may also submit applications for siblings at this point in the process. Once the application has been processed, a checklist will be available in your account to keep you on track for finalizing the process.
STEP 2: APPLICATION FEE
An application fee of $150 per applicant is paid through the online admissions portal. This fee must be paid prior to a file being submitted to the Admissions Committee.
STEP 3: REQUIRED DOCUMENTS
A. TRANSCRIPT REQUEST
The Transcript Request should be completed from the admissions portal and given to the school(s) that the applicant has attended over the past 3 years. The official record of student progress should be returned directly to St. Andrew’s School via email, fax, or mail.
B. TEACHER RECOMMENDATIONS
Teacher Recommendation(s) should be completed by the applicant’s current teacher(s). Pre-K through Grade 5 applicants are required to submit one teacher recommendation and applicants for Grades 6 through 12 are required to submit a math teacher and an English teacher recommendation. Optional additional recommendations may be completed by another teacher of your choosing. This step in the process is completed from the admissions portal by clicking on the required “Recommendation Forms.”
STEP 4: STUDENT VISIT or EVALUATION
Pre-K 4 through Grade 4 applicants will be scheduled to meet with grade level teachers for a student evaluation on Friday, February 18. Grades 5 through 12 applicants will have the opportunity to experience a half day at St. Andrew’s with peers. During this visit, our teachers will evaluate the applicant in class and an informal interview will take place with school administrators. The Admissions Office will contact you to schedule your child for an on-campus visit or evaluation.
Friday, February 18
Complete the admissions process. After this date, applications will be accepted if space is available. Please call to inquire about space availability.
Friday, February 18
Lower School student evaluation.
Week of March 1
Admissions decisions emailed.
Friday, March 18
Enrollment contract, registration fee, and deposit due.
To learn more about St. Andrew’s or to schedule a tour, please complete this inquiry form.
St. Andrew’s School includes all foreseeable educational expenses on the Tuition & Fee Schedule. Tuition can be paid annually, biannually, or monthly. The Payment Plan Schedule lists the payments for each option.
Providing an independent school education is a major investment in a child’s future. The cost of educating a student at St. Andrew’s School – with our dedicated and talented faculty, our comprehensive academic and co-curricular programs, and our beautiful campus – is substantial. However, St. Andrew’s School is committed to providing need-based financial aid to families who might not otherwise be able to afford a St. Andrew’s education. St. Andrew’s has a substantial need-based financial aid budget as a result of our commitment to remaining a community school. Generally, the maximum financial aid awarded is 50% of tuition.
St. Andrew’s School utilizes the FACTS program (a secure, online application process) to evaluate financial aid applications. The St. Andrew’s School Financial Aid Committee reviews each case individually to determine awards. Click here for more information on financial assistance. The FACTS application can be found at https://online.factsmgt.com/signin/3SRXR.
St. Andrew’s offers bus pick-up and drop-off for a fee and a free morning pick-up at a predetermined location in Sandfly, Midtown, Southbridge, and on Skidaway Island. Contact Amanda Groves at email@example.com with any bus questions or to find out the centralized locations for each distinct area of Savannah.
St. Andrew’s School welcomes families from all over the world. We currently enroll students from Australia, France, Bahrain, England, China, and more. Our teachers, students, and families appreciate the rich cultural mix that our international families bring to our community and school. We are happy to assist these families through the admissions process.
St. Andrew’s School is authorized to issue F1 visas. We strive to guide international students through their academic, social, and cultural success. Through the years we have created a safe and nurturing community for our students. To hear from our Chinese international students click here.
Thank you for your interest in St. Andrew’s School. We invite you to visit campus and see us in action. Reach out to us, and we can make that happen.
*St. Andrew’s School, a registered non-profit organization, does not discriminate on the basis of sex, race, color, handicapped status, sexual orientation, religion, or national and ethnic origin in administration of its education policies, admission policies, scholarship and financial aid policies, and athletic and other school-administered programs.