Admission to Saint Andrew's School is both selective and competitive. The Admission Committee takes into consideration a candidate's previous school record, teachers' recommendations, a personal interview, and admission test results.
The school seeks applicants who have demonstrated a strong academic ability, a high degree of motivation, a concern for others and a desire to become a part of the Saint Andrew's community. At the Middle and Upper School levels, the school also considers co-curricular and community involvement.
Saint Andrew's seeks students from a broad range of backgrounds who will most fully benefit from and participate in our community of learners. The school accepts qualified applicants without regard to race, religion, economic, or social status. We take pride in our students' cultural diversity, strength of character, and respect for others.
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While we welcome all inquiries and applications, please know that spaces available at each level are limited. We hope what you see here will encourage you to contact us for a tour of our beautiful campus.
In 2011, Saint Andrew's School gained World Membership in the Round Square organization. With Round Square's global initiative in mind, faculty and students have traveled recently to India, Canada, England, Thailand, Australia, and Peru. Saint Andrew's has been chosen to host the Round Square's International Conference in October 2013.
Saint Andrew's boasts the only non-profit boarding school in South Florida and is convenient to three major airports. Day students benefit from the cultural diversity that students from 25 countries and many different states bring to the campus.
The tropical climate of South Florida allows students ample opportunity for both outdoor study and recreation all year long.
Saint Andrew's follows a traditional college-preparatory curriculum that focuses on providing each student with a thorough grounding in literature, the arts, history, mathematics, natural and physical sciences and at least one foreign language. Education in Mind, Body, and Spirit enjoys equal importance in student life.
Honor Above All - "Trust" and "honor" are words that embody the moral and ethical foundation of the mission of Saint Andrew's School.
Saint Andrew's School has invested capital funds into many buildings and major renovations including a Performing Arts Center and Athletic Complex. Since 2003, approximately $30 million in new plant construction and renovation projects have been completed.
The Nina and Edgar Otto Lower School combined with the Moabery Early Years Learning Center offers a 59,000 square foot state-of-the-art facility for Lower School students and their families. The facility has three classes at each grade level for Junior Kindergarten through Fifth grade students as well as separate teaching facilities for science, music, art, language, and computers. Two experienced teachers work as a team in each classroom.
Saint Andrew's School offers 3 libraries and 3 Dining Halls for each division of Lower, Middle, and Upper Schools.
Classrooms in the Lower, Middle, and Upper Schools contain interactive whiteboards.
Lower, Middle, and Upper School students have access to a new multimedia language center. Students may be assigned to work individually or attend the lab as a class weekly.
In 2012, Saint Andrew's launched a new technology plan for each academic division including a 1-to-1 Apple laptop program in the Middle School.
A non-profit, independent, co-educational school for Grades JK - 12, Saint Andrew's School is both a private day and boarding school located in Boca Raton, educating the best students from across Palm Beach County, Florida, the United States, and throughout the world in the Episcopal tradition.