List of 7 news stories.

  • PSIA Competition: 16 Students Place, 5 Qualify for State

    After practicing their writing, listening, speaking, spelling, drawing, memorizing, and calculating skills, thirty-five St. Andrew’s Lower and Middle School students faced off with their peers from area schools at the Private School Interscholastic Association (PSIA) District academic competition on March 4. Our hard-working students prepared for the event with their St. Andrew’s faculty advisors in their spare time over many weeks. St. Andrew’s faculty and parent volunteers helped our students have a successful performance this year! 
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  • St. Andrew’s School Boys Lacrosse Team Draft Two New Teammates

    The St. Andrew’s School (Austin, TX) Boys Lacrosse program have officially drafted Ryan and Henry Etten as its newest team members.
    Ryan, who will join the Crusaders on their sidelines this season, is a six-year-old boy from Austin, who was diagnosed with medulloblastoma, a grade 4 brain tumor, in November 2015. Over the past 15 months, Ryan has been treated by a dozen doctors in three hospitals, beginning with a nine-hour surgery that left him paralyzed on one side of his body, and unable to speak or eat for three weeks. He could not walk on his own for more than three months. 
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  • MS, US Latin Students Show Off Knowledge at Austin-Area Convention

    Jennie Luongo, US Latin Teacher
    On Friday, February 24 and Saturday, February 25 the St. Andrew’s Middle and Upper School Latin Clubs attended the Austin-Area Latin Convention at Westwood High School. The Middle School Certamen team comprised of Michael Barrow, Bering Edwards, Sofia Gonzalez, captain Emma Schmidt, and Emily Williams won the Area Championship after winning every tournament this year.  They will be part of the team that represents Austin at the state convention in March.
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  • 7/8 6A Boys Basketball champs with Coach Moore

    LS/MS Basketball Teams Take AIPL Championships

    The AIPL winter tournament culminated this weekend with some outstanding championship wins for our Lower and Middle School basketball teams. All teams made it to their respective final championship games!
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  • NXP Smarter World Tour Makes Exclusive SAS Visit

    Over 180 demos of the latest tech advancements were at our students’ fingertips when the NXP Smarter World Tour bus made its only local school stop at St. Andrew's Upper School campus on February 15. William McKinnerney ‘17 says, “I really enjoyed seeing some of the more practical applications, whether it was for autonomous driving or monitoring a home's septic and power systems.”
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  • Gilbert (center) with Nobelity Project co-founders Turk and Christy Pipkin (Photo courtesy

    Coach Tuhabonye Honored by Nobelity Project

    The Nobelity Project honored St. Andrew’s head cross-country and track coach Gilbert Tuhabonye at their "Feed the Peace Awards" event on February 12. When Gilbert stood up to accept his award, he says, “I had tears in my eyes because it was very emotional. I was humbled and honored to receive the award.” Watch the Nobelity Project’s video of Gilbert here.
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  • Crusader Magazine - Digital Edition is Here!

    Our digital edition of Crusader Magazine is here! Look for hyperlinks in our stories to access photo galleries, video clips, and websites. Our guest contributors include SAS students, faculty, and alumni!
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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.