List of 7 news stories.

  • Two Artist Mentors Visit Studio Art

    Our Upper Schoolers welcomed two guest artists to Studio Art this month. Nico Schnitzer gave instruction using power tools to build tables for the art studios, repurposing our old chemistry tabletops. Sharon Rico Young demonstrated hot glass techniques with some AP Studio Art girls on the newly built tables!
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  • Five MS Band Students Make Region Band

    Danny Schmidt, MS Band Director
    On Saturday, December 5, five St. Andrew's Middle School Band students traveled to Smithville to audition for the Association of Texas Small School Bands Region Band. More than 400 seventh and eighth grade students from 23 different central Texas schools competed for spots in the prestigious Region Band.
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  • Khizr Khan Visits SAS on "An American Family" Book Tour

    Khizr Khan's sold out event found a home at St. Andrew's Dell Fine Arts Center on Saturday, Dec. 2, with a few seats remaining for some faculty and parents to attend. Read two Austin American-Statesman articles on the event here and here. St. Andrew's Director of Diversity Kendall Evans attended with his daughter, student Camryn Evans '21, who stepped up to introduce Mr. Khan to the full house!
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  • See Our MS, US Actors in ZACH Theatre’s “A Christmas Carol”

    Three St. Andrew’s Middle Schoolers—Laney Goodrum '22, Cecile McWilliams '22, and Luke Weaver '22—and two Upper Schoolers—Georgia Orchid '21 and Charlie Welland '21—are showing serious stamina, performing in seven shows a week for ZACH Theatre’s production of “A Christmas Carol” now through December 31. The dual demands of school and an acting company have not deterred our students from this opportunity. Luke Weaver '22 says, "A Christmas Carol has been such an exciting experience and I have learned how to manage my time, and what it is like to be a professional actor.  My teachers have been very supportive by working with me on my deadlines and helping me manage my school work.  I am so excited to have them come to the show and see this great production!”
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  • CruPARK Stories: Kindergarten Botanists

    Students are bringing their science, math, engineering, and art skills to life at CruPARK this year. Second graders studying monarch butterflies have seen crysalis hatchings and planted milkweed to improve natural habitat. First graders have worked together to measure and move logs to create original structures. Seventh graders studying Andy Goldsworthy’s sculptures have used found objects to create art. CruPARK leader Greg Mele recently designed a botanical garden for more field experiences supporting STEAM studies; this month the kindergartners got a chance to show off their plant identification skills.
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  • US English Teacher Shares Work at Wheaton College

    Heather Tone, our new ninth grade English teacher, is an award-winning poet who was featured at Wheaton College in Boston, MA last month. Heather shares with us what her experience was like, how she engages students with poetry, and to whom she credits her “remarkably smooth” transition to Austin and St. Andrew’s.
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  • St. Andrew's Day: A K-12 Celebration of Service

    Our annual St. Andrew’s Day celebration is a great way to begin the holiday season - we gather as a K-12 community to celebrate the blessing of servant leaders in our community, and unite to help others in need.  Our annual tradition supporting El Buen Samaritano continued this year - our students at the Middle and Upper Schools collected and loaded enough Thanksgiving trimmings to feed thousands of hungry Austinites this holiday (Click here to see a clip of the Upper Schoolers). At the Lower School, students wrote thank you cards to faculty/staff, and took time to learn about Kiva entrepreneurs in need.
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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.