Ocracoke School, a Pre-K through Grade 12 school on Ocracoke Island in North Carolina, suffered severe damage during Hurricane Dorian. The school serves 174 students and is working with state officials to rebuild. Unfortunately, insurance will not provide enough to cover all the needs that make classrooms comfortable spaces for learning. In an effort to…Details
In January 2015, Mrs. Tiffany Phillips, our IB Coordinator and TOK teacher, asked Mr. Chris Morrow if he’d be interested in making a presentation for the Junior TOK class in the mathematics area of knowledge. Little did she or he know, this would become an ever-growing presentation that has now been presented to five classes…Details
The 4th annual Savannah and Low Country Private School College Fair is set for Thursday, September 19 at Savannah State University. More than 115 college admission reps will be in attendance, representing schools from local, national, and international locations. The event, created by the college counselors at St. Andrew’s School and Savannah Country Day School, hosts…Details
3rd grade spent time studying the nation’s Constitution and then establishing their own Constitution for the Class of 2029! After collaborating in small groups, the entire class came together to write the formal document. Finally, everyone signed the Constitution, making it official.
St. Andrew’s School is pleased to welcome seven new faculty members to the community as we continue our commitment to academic excellence. These individuals will guide student-centered learning in the classroom, on the playing field, and in the arts arena. Back row, l to r: Alexus Parker, Bethany Lonce, Justin Creager, Michael Barrett front row,…Details
Congratulations to seniors Wendy Ye and Johan Bregler for being recognized as this year’s STAR (Student Teacher Achievement Recognition) students for St. Andrew’s School. Each year STAR students are selected based on their SAT scores and class standing. Once a school’s STAR student is chosen, he or she names a STAR teacher who has been…Details
Middle School Spanish teacher Grace Sotomayor has been selected to present at the 2019 TEDx Savannah conference in June. She is one of 19 individuals selected from a pool of more than 80 applicants for the annual event. Each speaker is limited to a maximum of 12 minutes to present an original talk influenced by the theme…Details
Leading the Boys Basketball team to the final four, Mel Abrams, was recently named Class 2A Coach of the Year by GISA (Georgia Independent School Association). Abrams is in his fourth year at St. Andrew’s and this marked the first year playing in the GISA division after years of competing in SCISA.
St. Andrew’s recently announced Alexus Parker will take over as the new Girls Varsity Basketball Coach for the independent school. Prior to joining the St. Andrew’s team, she taught and coached at other Savannah private schools. She will also join the Upper School science department. “Alexus brings a great deal of talent, passion, and experience…Details
Taking a break from studying dinosaurs, these pre-K and 2nd grade students worked together to design dino skeletons out of cardboard tubes.