St. Andrew's Board of Trustees is entrusted with the great responsibility of operating the non-profit entity of St. Andrew’s Episcopal School, an independent Episcopal school. Members of the Board serve staggered three-year terms and two-thirds of our members must be Episcopalian. The bylaws state that students here are to be instructed in the Christian religion according to the teachings of the Episcopal Church and that St. Andrew's operate an accredited program.
Duties of management of the school are divided with the Head of School, the Board's sole employee. This includes managing the assets and finances of the school, undertaking expansion projects, and overseeing the physical plant. In addition, the Board also oversees and supports the school’s fundraising activities. All work is conducted using a traditional committee structure. The Head of School is responsible for the daily operation of the school, including such duties as employing faculty and staff, developing the curriculum, and enacting rules of conduct or discipline.
The Board meets in order to conduct our business including regular Board Meetings held on alternating campuses, an annual audit, and producing the Long Term Strategic Plan for the school at regular intervals.