First grade teachers, Beth Adams and Jen Standing, picked veggies from the Lower School garden this week and delivered them to all their students. It was a great way to stay connected during the quarantine and celebrate their hard work in the garden this year.
VIRTUAL OPEN HOUSE – Thursday, April 2 at 4 p.m. St. Andrew’s invites families with children age 3 to grade 12 to get to know the school faculty through a virtual, interactive Q & A session. Register at https://saslions.com/openhouse/ for this unique experience. St. Andrew’s is an independent, International Baccalaureate World School in Savannah, inspiring young people each…Details
St. Andrew’s Middle School students won top honors at Georgia Tech’s annual InVenture Prize competition. The winning design tech team is made up of Jacob Chu ’25, Holden Haenel ’25, and Liam Luther ’25. These young inventors will now travel to the Georgia Tech campus in Atlanta, presenting their BabyAlertt invention at the state level of…Details
First grade is doing an in depth study of birds and has already made a quick connection with Rolee McCullar ’20 in the Upper School. Rolee is a true bird lover, spending time watching them, studying the species and caring for 14 birds at home. He paid a visit to first grade to introduce them to his…Details
When the SAS Drumline made its first appearance last year at an all-school pep rally, jaws dropped. It was a well kept secret that Band Director Mary Dahlin was putting together a drumline with Middle and Upper School drummers. “I had an abundance of drummers in the band and knew I needed to take advantage…Details
(SAVANNAH, GA) St. Andrew’s School invites the public to view and participate in a kindness project that is currently on display at the Islands Library, 50 Johnny Mercer Blvd, Savannah. The collaborative project encourages individuals to pick a “kindness flower” and act on the words written on the leaf. The kindness project began as part…Details
St. Andrew’s Varsity Football team is the GISA 2AA Region Champs. This marks the first time since 2002 that the team has won the region. Go Lions!
These young explorers spent time at the Savannah Botanical Gardens, making notes as they determine what to plant in the Lower School garden.
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