List of 7 news stories.

  • Class of 2020 Graduation

    On Saturday, May 30 St. Andrew's Episcopal School proudly graduated 104 members of the Class of 2020. Although far from the traditional ceremony that usually takes place to commemorate this important occasion, the event was filled with love and celebration for our seniors.
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  • Virtual Gala for Financial Aid: THANK YOU!

    When it became clear that an in-person Gala for Financial Aid would not be possible in April, our community united virtually to step up and give more than $600,000 to support our families in need.
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  • 6th grader Luke Willis Finds New Ways to Support Local Food Banks

    SAS 6th grader Luke Willis used to spend much of his time volunteering at the Micah 6 Food Pantry in Downtown Austin. Since the start of the Covid-19 pandemic Luke hasn't been able to visit and volunteer like he used to, but that hasn't stopped him from finding a way to help.
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  • SAS Juniors place 2nd in Leukemia and Lymphoma Society Student of Year program

    The Leukemia and Lymphoma Society's Students of the Year program is a seven-week challenge through which high school student leaders across Central Texas raise funds and awareness for the fight against blood cancers. This year’s campaign ran from January 8th, 2020 to February 28th, 2020.
    Students have to be nominated to run as a Students of the Year Candidate. The student team who raises the most funds at the end of the 7 weeks is awarded the title of Students of the Year. This year we had 23 different teams competing.

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  • An extra special trip to Big Bend for SAS 8th graders.

    Before all the craziness that is our current reality, the Class of 2024 traveled out to Big Bend with 15 teachers and 12 parent-chaperones for 5 days and 4 nights of camping, hiking, and fun activities around the park. Almost every student and adult on the trip hiked a total of 24 miles over three days to beautiful spots in the national park. Highlights, according to the 8th graders, was lunch at the top of the South Rim hike, a 13 mile loop rated as the Best Hike in Texas, hiking to the Window overlook, and climbing boulders in Santa Elena Canyon. Another memorable moment for students & adults alike was the night hike to an overlook above the Rio Grande. In total darkness, students silently followed one another up a trail to an overlook. Once at the top, they spread out, laid on their backs, and stared at the bright stars in silence for 20-30 minutes. Once they got back to the campsite they reflected on the silent night hike. Quotes like "that was one of the most meaningful things I have ever done" or "that is the first time I have ever really seen the stars" were common, as were reflections about how insignificant all of us really are in our grand universe. 
    This specific 8th grade class was one of the most helpful, fun, and positive groups Tim Moore, Middle School Dean of Students, has had the privilege of leading on a school trip. Whether it was picking up trash, refilling water jugs, or helping prepare food, the students were always asking the adults what they could do to help out around the campsite. It brought everyone closer together as a community, and given our current circumstances, this trip was particularly meaningful, creating a lasting memory for this group of students and colleagues.

    An extra shoutout to seven students who really went above and beyond to make the trip better for all. These students were recognized at a recent virtual middle school community time with a small award to thank them for their positive and helpful attitudes: Rhys Carter, Jamie Kuper, Sam Marsh, Anna Wayne, John Henry McLean, Madeline Marks, and Alex Nield. 
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  • St. David's frontline COVID-19 testers

    Helping the Helpers: St. Andrew's Faculty and Staff Rally for Healthcare Workers

    On Friday, St. Andrew's Middle School teacher Katherine Noble reached out to faculty and staff with a hopeful request: to help provide food for the frontline doctors, nurses and healthcare workers at St. David's and Seton Hospitals who are tirelessly treating ill patients. Within hours, Ms. Noble had enough donations to support several days worth of food deliveries: pizza from Dominos, pastries from local bakery Quacks (thumbs up for supporting local businesses!) and more.  She was met with tears and grateful hearts from our healthcare workers, some of whom have been diagnosed themselves with COVID-19 in the wake of helping patients.

    "This is a marathon, not a sprint for all these heroes," said Ms. Noble. "I am sure it is scary to risk one's health over and over again to care for others."

    Many thanks to our SAS community for stepping up and leaning in to help those on the frontlines of this pandemic.
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  • Exciting Improvements for the Baseball Field

    Opening Day of the 2020 baseball season was extra special this year thanks to OpBox, and many generous SAS families. The baseball field received a concession stand and press box built by Op Box, along with dugout and field renovations.
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Alumni News

List of 3 news stories.

  • Martha Pincoffs '92 - Waking Giants

    Waking Giants, created by Martha Pincoffs '92, is a social impact company offering educational programming and resources for those looking to get involved in their community. on Thursdays this June, Waking Giants will be holding a special workshop called "Up by the Roots: Dismantling White Supremacy". Read more information here! 
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  • Steven Garcia '02

    Congratulations to SAS Alum and Faculty member Steven Garcia '02 and his wife, Ana, on the birth of their third child, Samantha "Sam" Cristine Garcia, born on May 25th! Best wishes and prayers to Steven, Ana, SJ, Lucy & Sam as they settle in as a family of five!
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  • True Blue Alumni Platform

    Alumni, no matter when you graduated from St. Andrew's, you belong in the True Blue Alumni Network! This month, we launched the first-ever online networking platform exclusively for our St. Andrew's Alumni! With mentoring opportunities, job boards, a business directory, groups, photos and more, there are many ways to get connected with Alumni all over the country.
    Visit to sign up today! 
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Highlander Magazine - Winter 2019

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  • Lower & Middle School

    1112 West 31st St.
    Austin, TX 78705
    Lower (512) 299-9800
    Middle (512) 299-9850
  • Upper School

    5901 Southwest Pkwy.
    Austin, TX 78735
    (512) 299-9700

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.