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  • Happy Halloween from St. Andrew's

    There's no better Spirit Week theme than Halloween! From Kindergarten all the way to our Faculty and Staff, everyone is in the Halloween Spirit here at St. Andrew's! 
    Click here to see all the great costumes! 

    We hope everyone has a safe and happy Halloween!
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  • Class of 2026 visits Mo Ranch

    The Class of 2026 had an awesome trip to Mo Ranch earlier this month. 77 students and 16 faculty members headed to the Texas Hill Country for three days of team building activities, swimming in the Guadalupe River, and great food! Students went through a variety of activities and challenges designed to push them out of their comfort zones and required them to work together to achieve various goals. From the Big Gulp and Mo Slide to canoeing and handling reptiles, the three days was packed with fun.

    The trip comes at a great time the for the 6th grade class as it allows an opportunity for our new students to get to know their classmates and teachers as they begin to settle into life at St. Andrew's. New bonds are formed among peers, and friendships are created and strengthened. The Mo Ranch trip is always one of the highlights of the Middle School experience, and this year was no different. Thanks to the Class of 2026 for such a fun trip!
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  • October Athletes of the Month

    Please join the athletics department in congratulating the October Athletes of the Month.

    Field Hockey: Georgia Northway
    Cross Country: Elana Chhikara & Jake Gooch (missing from photo)
    Football: Fabio La Pietra
    Boys Volleyball: Chelan Beavers
    Girls Volleyball: Lily Gordy
    Cheerleading: Nina Jourdan
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  • 5th Grade Fall Play: Capture the Moon

    5th Grade actors are in full swing preparing for the Fall play, Capture the Moon, by Ernest Joselovitz and Harry Bagdasian.  The story is based on the traditional Yiddish tales of Chelm, spotlighting a poor, fantastical village's humorous attempt to solve a streetlighting problem by capturing the moon and harnessing moonlight. The Chelmites undertake a journey through the surrounding Christian countryside in search of the moon at its lowest point on the horizon, and through the process, come to understand difference and the power of imagination.
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  • Fall Sports Wrap Up

    The 2019 Fall Highlanders sports season isn't over quite yet, but it's been one for the books already. At the Upper School, Saints football, in the second season of combining forces with St. Stephen's, is having their best season since joining the SPC. With a record of 4-5, they are still in the hunt to make the SPC 3A Championship game. Despite only returning two starters from the 2018 campaign, the field hockey team has had a great season,already qualifying for the SPC tournament. Girls varsity volleyball is having their best season in almost a decade, only one win shy of tying the school record of wins in a season, with a record of 22-8. They will go for their 23rd, and record tying, win at the Homecoming game on Friday, Nov. 1 against St. Stephen’s. They will also return to the SPC tournament this year. Boys varsity volleyball, only in year two of the program, will compete in the SPC tournament for the first time this year. The cross country team hosted the SPC South Zone meet last weekend and had a great showing, particularly from the underclassmen. They will send multiple runners to compete in the SPC meet at the end of the season. Rounding out the Upper School fall sports season is our cheer squad, who have had such a great fall season, we will sponsor a winter team for the first time ever! 
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  • Upper Schoolers Wow Audience At Spring Awakening

    Please turn off your cell phones.” 

    Theatergoers have heard this refrain for years, but at St. Andrew’s Upper School’s recent production of Spring Awakening, audience members actually used their phones throughout the show to grapple with the show’s difficult themes in a new way. Inspired by techniques of Brazil’s Theatre of the Oppressed, director Rick Garcia’s addition to the show had audience members visit a dedicated website throughout touchpoints in the show. After certain scenes, the performance would pause and a question appeared on stage that dealt with a theme audiences had recently witnessed in the show. The questions revealed connections between the problems dealt with by the teenagers in Spring Awakening’s 19th-century Germany to the ones many teens struggle with today. 
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  • Upper School Bridge Advisers visit 31st Street Campus

    The Bridge Advisers, part of the SEL program, is a peer mentoring group made up of junior and senior SAS students, who build connections with their younger peers throughout the school year. On Wednesday, Oct. 23 they made their second visit of the year to the 31st Street Campus. 
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Alumni News

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Highlander Magazine - Winter 2019

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  • Lower & Middle School

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    Austin, TX 78705
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    Austin, TX 78735
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Located in Austin, Texas, St. Andrew’s Episcopal School is a private co-ed elementary, middle and high school for grades K-12. Students benefit from dedicated faculty, a challenging academic program, fine and performing arts, competitive athletics, and a wide selection of extracurricular activities.