List of 7 news stories.

  • 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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  • Get Ready for Summer at St. Andrew's!

    It's time to start planning for summer - that means Summer at St. Andrew's! Our camp is a great way to keep your child's body and brain active with the people you trust in an environment you love.
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  • AP Chemistry Investigates Science Behind YETI

    Bryan Dunn, AP Chemistry Teacher
    Our recent unit in AP Chemistry focused on the study of thermochemistry and thermodynamics, a timely topic as we think about heat in the cold weather. The class partnered with Austin-based company, YETI, for a lab on calorimetry. Students had an opportunity to evaluate a donated YETI tumbler as a calorimeter, a device that measures heat released or absorbed by a chemical reaction. Typically a nested styrofoam cup is used, but we were able to critically think and understand deeper into YETI's claim of keeping your drink colder (or warmer) longer than its competitors and if it can also work as a calorimeter!
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  • Help SAGE Build Your Ideal Menu

    Download the Touch of SAGE mobile app (for iOS and Android) to rate menu items and provide feedback. Download the Quickstart Guide here, or visit the SAGE page here to get more app details, and read more about SAGE’s seasonal offerings for March.
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  • Intermediate, Advanced Latin Teams Advance to Harvard Certamen Invitational

    By Lorelei Ing '20 and Jennie Luongo, US Latin Teacher
    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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  • Eagle Scouts Shepherd ‘19, Tobias ‘18 Honored at State Capitol

    Eleven Eagle Scouts from Troop 5 —including St. Andrew’s students Benjamin Shepherd ‘19 and Matthew Tobias ‘18 —were honored on February 25 at the State Capitol in the Eagle Scout Court of Honor, the highest recognition a Scout can receive. To achieve Eagle Scout, these young men had to earn 21 merit badges spanning leadership, service, and outdoor skills, and complete a service project that benefits the community.
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  • Stone with Austin Symphony Orchestra conductor Peter Bay, Conspirare musical director Rick Gabrello and soprano Sarajane Daily.

    Mountain ‘18 Youngest Soloist in Bernstein’s Centennial “Mass”

    Stone Mountain ‘18 is the youngest of eight soloists selected to perform in Leonard Bernstein’s “Mass” on June 29-30, 2018, in honor of the renowned composer’s centennial birthday. According to the event website, Mass will feature over 250 adult and youth singers, dancers, and instrumentalists. Stone says, “It is such an amazing opportunity to get to work with all of these incredible professional performers, and I think all of us hope this concert works as an opportunity to reintroduce younger generations to classical and musical theatre music.”
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Alumni News

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  • John Fitzsimons sees Alumni over Spring Break!

    Over Spring Break, John Fitzsimons traveled to Scotland to visit the University of Glasgow, where Ryn Wheatley ‘17 spoke on a student panel. He also met up with Kennedy McCormack ‘16 at a pub in Edinburgh to watch Scotland v. Ireland. Then, bumped into Lily Kincannon ‘17 in NYC (pictured with daughter Katy ‘30)!
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  • Jasmin Vara '09

    Alumna and Member of the St. Andrew's Admission Team, Jasmin Vara '09 has been elected to serve on the Board of Trustees of Breakthrough Central Texas! You can read her bio here on Breakthrough's website
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  • Nick Osella '13

    Nick Osella '13 was named Artist of the Week by Milk! Check out the article here!  
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Crusader Magazine - Winter 2018

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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.