Middle School


Aside from a rich and challenging curriculum, Middle School students experience a strong sense of collegiality and connectedness among faculty and peers.
Welcome to St. Andrew’s Middle School!

St. Andrew’s Middle School, which comprises grades 6 through 8, is built on strong teacher-student relationships. Class sizes are small and student engagement is high. Continuing their quest as scholars, artists, athletes and servants, students are able to experience a challenging curriculum, daily chapel, physical education or athletics, meaningful community service, small advisory groups, and have diverse choices in foreign language and fine arts.

Middle School Academics News

List of 10 news stories.

  • Join Us for "Parenting in Digital Age"

    Join us on Monday, December 3, at 6:30 pm in the Middle School for a conversation and book study about parenting kids in the digital age. The discussion will center around the new book written by Dr. Mike Brooks and Dr. Jon Lasser, called "Tech Generation: Raising Balanced Kids in a Hyper-Connected World." We encourage you to read the book, but it's not required to attend. We'd love to have as many contributors to this important discussion as possible. If you think you can make it, please RSVP using this form.

    St. Andrew's Annie Sykes (Middle School Student Services Coordinator) and Scott Zimmerman (Director of Social Emotional Learning) will host the discussion. Parents will be given the opportunity to ask questions, talk in small groups, and encourage one another with stories of success. 

    Unable to attend on December 3? Mark your calendar for TuesdayFebruary 5, 2019, when Dr. Brooks will be presenting to all St. Andrew's families at 8:00 am in Rollins Library. Our hope is that by providing these two information sessions, we will support and empower you as parents in raising healthy children in a digital world.
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  • Lower & Middle Schools Launch MAP Testing

    Do you remember taking state tests in school, filling in bubbles to multiple choice questions? Were you ever frustrated that some questions covered material you hadn’t learned yet? Did you ever wonder what the point of the test was, since you didn’t get your test results until many months later?
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  • Middle Schoolers Kick-Off House Competition

    The annual tradition continues! This week our sixth-graders were officially inducted into their respective Houses, where they’ll join seventh- and eighth-graders to compete in academic, creative, athletic, and service-focused activities throughout the year.

    For these special occasions, you might spot our Middle Schoolers wearing their House shirts: Bailey (yellow), Henry (green), Nazro (purple), and Wilson (red). The House with the most points at the end of the year will win the coveted House Cup!
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  • "The Outsiders" Celebrity Visit Thrills Class of 2024

    The Outsiders came to life last Wednesday at St. Andrew’s when actors C. Thomas Howell (Ponyboy Curtis of “The Greasers”) and Darren Dalton (Randy Anderson of “The Socs”) thrilled the Class of 2024 with a two-hour visit made possible by St. Andrew’s parents Adria and Brian Sheth.
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  • MS, US Earn Gold Medals on National Latin Exam

    In March, St. Andrew’s Latin students took the National Latin Exam (NLE).  They competed with over 143,000 students from 50 states and 24 countries. There are separate exams for different levels of Latin, and students in each level are awarded medals (gold and silver) for high achievement.  Twenty-three Upper School students were recognized with some kind of award. Four students received Gold Medals and six received Silver Medals, the two highest awards on the exam.
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  • TED Talk's Sheryl Winarick Visits Middle School

    Sheryl Winarick—a U.S. immigration lawyer who has given TED Talks across the country—spoke to Middle School students this month about immigration and current events as part of the students’ history series “Connecting the Past to the Present.” Adora Gao ‘22, president of the student organization Prejudice Awareness Peer Leadership Organization (PAPLO), shared her insights about Ms. Winarick’s visit.
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  • Six Students Qualify for State PSIA Competition

    Congratulations to our 18 Lower and Middle School students who placed at the Private Schools Interscholastic Association (PSIA) District 8AA meet this month! Six of those students—Claudia Ellington ’22, James Graham ’26, Ainsley Owen ’25, Ella Parker ’22, Anna Wayne ’24, and Avery Wayne ’22—placed first or second in at least one subject, qualifying them to compete in the PSIA State competition on Saturday, April 28, at Texas Christian University.
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  • Intermediate, Advanced Latin Teams Advance to Harvard Certamen Invitational

    Last weekend, the Austin-area Latin Convention was hosted by Anderson High School.  Annually, it brings together schools from the Austin-area so that students can network and compete in various Classical events. Certamen is a buzzer game that requires students to work together, process and synthesize information quickly and effectively, and use their knowledge of Latin creatively to answer questions.  St. Andrew’s had four Certamen teams representing the school, in each level of competition:  Middle School, Novice, Intermediate and Advanced.
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  • Crusader Magazine - Digital Edition is Here!

    Our Winter 2018 digital edition of Crusader magazine is now available online! Look for hyperlinks to audio clips, online articles, and our SmugMug photo galleries - including Grandparents Day 2018!
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  • SXSW CPO Talks Tech Future with Middle Schoolers

    By Jude Strelitz-Block '22

    Creativity is crucial - that was the message of Hugh Forrest, chief programming officer of SXSW. Forrest spoke to the St. Andrew’s Middle School students on the first day back from break during “Flex Time.”
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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.