List of 7 news stories.

  • Senior Projects

    Seniors presented their month-long independent projects this week as their final graduation requirement. Topics ranged from urban farming to cryotherapy and original artwork (Dorothy Thompson's "Sea Plastic" pictured) . Check out our Instagram photos of some presentations.
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  • Class of 2023 Graduates from Middle School

    Congratulations to our eighth grade students, who held commencement in McGill Chapel followed by the time-honored Boat Party. Five eighth-graders were honored for high achievement and leadership: congratulations to Costas Award winners Mary Louisa Donoghue '23 and Morgan Harrison '23, Grooms Award winner William Sykes '23 and Faculty Award winners Ella Hall '23 and TJ Jobe '23.
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  • Lower School's Field Day 2019

    Our entire Lower School ran, climbed, jumped, paraded, hula-hooped and more at our annual Field Day, which also marked the last day of school for students on our 31st Street campus. Our PE team did an amazing job, and even paused for a photo with their former students who are now current parents. See Field Day on Facebook and Instagram.
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  • Wilson House Wins 2019 Cup

    Congratulations to our outstanding Middle School scholars, artists, athletes, and servants who were honored at the Middle School’s Four Pillars Banquet. The Kay Hart Award for Exceptional Service went to Ben Hofer ‘23, whose Project Citizen project to wipe-out AISD lunch debt drew local and national attention (most recently on NPR’s Here and Now). Our Middle School Athletes of the Year were also honored for their exceptional sportsmanship and talent: William Dunaway ‘23, Will Magids ‘23, and Ella Townsend ‘23. The Wilson House defended their title as House Cup champions! Wilson House accumulated the most points through team competitions and community service during the school year, culminating in the final House tug-of-war
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  • Uber Exec Talks Career Prep with Students

    With AP exams complete and courses winding down, it could be a very hectic time of year or oddly a very calm one depending on the class. Although the looming summer might make some students unmotivated or distracted, teachers are still thinking of ways to engage and reinvigorate students in the classroom -- even during their final class days.
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  • "Newsies" Largest Musical for Middle School

    "This was probably one of the biggest musicals we've done in the Middle School,” said Jason Kruger, LS & MS Theater Director. This year’s spring musical had a massive cast of 40 Middle Schoolers, 12 Upper Schoolers and eight faculty, including Head of School Sean Murphy, Head of Middle School Alice Nezzer and Head of Lower School Kama Bruce. “We couldn't have done this show without the strong class of eighth-grade performers like Oliver Mann ‘23, Kate Tully ‘23, Mark Greenberg ‘23, Anthony Tassone ‘23 and Jacob Burrows ‘23, just to name a few!”
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  • Hofer’s Civics Project Makes Local News

    Eighth-grader Ben Hofer has found himself in the local spotlight (Spectrum and KXAN) after launching a plan to tackle some of the $19,000 worth of Austin Independent School District's school lunch debt.  Ben said, “I didn't realize public school students had to pay every day a certain amount of money to get lunch.”
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Alumni News

List of 3 news stories.

  • Nicolas Creus '14

    Nicolas Creus, class of 2014, is moving to the Big Apple. After graduating from American University's Kogod Business School with Dean's List honors, Nicolas started his professional career in market research at PSB (a WPP company) in Washington, DC. Within a two year span, Nicolas worked his way to becoming a trained qualitative research moderator, project lead, and new business liason. His next career move brings him to New York City, where he will serve as a Senior Analyst for Whitman Insight Strategies (a boutique market research firm located in Chelsea).
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  • Sam Selman '09

    Sam Selman '09 has received some great press since signing with The Sacramento Rivercats, the Triple A affiliate to the SF Giants! Read about Sam's journey here! 
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  • Max Frost '11

    If you didn't catch Max Frost '11 in concert earlier this spring, he'll be headlining Blues on the Green this June! 
    Find out more by clicking here!
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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.