Taking a break from studying dinosaurs, these pre-K and 2nd grade students worked together to design dino skeletons out of cardboard tubes.
The Colonial Foundation and Mr. Rob Demere were presented with the John R. Chandler Award at the 2019 CASE (Council for Advancement and Support of Education) and NAIS (National Association of Independent Schools) Annual Conference in Philadelphia. The award recognizes the long-term support of a corporation or foundation toward the advancement of independent schools. St.…Details
St. Andrew’s Upper School students were named 2nd runner up in the Georgia Independent School Association (GISA) State 2-AA one act play competition this fall. The 18-member cast presented a condensed version of The Outsiders, winning first place at the region level and then competing at the state level in mid-November. Putting a unique twist on the…Details
Each year, the 1st grade studies the animal life cycle and this year the focus is on fish. And what better place to start than Betz Creek which runs right through the middle of campus. Ms. Adams and her students are catching minnows this week to study their behavior with plans to release the minnows…Details
SCAD professor Paul Tillery was on campus today to read portions from his newest novel, Thundercluck, to some Lower and Middle School students. The fiction story is about a Viking chicken with the power of thunder. As a child, Paul struggled at school until third grade. Then he fell in love with reading. His grades improved, and…Details
If it’s Friday, it must be Book Buddies. At the beginning of a new school year, each student in Pre-K, Kindergarten, and Grade 1 is paired with a student from Grades 2, 3, and 4 respectively. The students take turns selecting books and read to their buddies every Friday. Students keep the same buddy for…Details
The STEM lab is hopping this year as Mrs. Griffin devotes all her time to science, tech, engineering & math education. Today, these young scientists are creating gliders with various sizes of paper to determine the effect it has on flight.
Physics students are using a microcomputer in class as an interactive way to learn about electricity.
Award-winning author, Kwame Alexander, makes a stop on his book tour at St. Andrew’s. Middle School students engaged in a battle of rhymes led by our visiting author in a unique interactive presentation.
Today, students created works of art all over campus with sidewalk chalk. Teams used concrete as their canvas, competing against each other in honor of the month long celebration of the arts at St. Andrew’s.