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  • Family Fun at St. Andrew's Homecoming

    You don’t have to be in high school at St. Andrew’s to join in the revelry of Homecoming, and it showed on Saturday, September 30 at St. Andrew’s Upper School campus. The Nazro field was buzzing with activities for students, parents, families, faculty and alumni of all ages. See the Homecoming 2017 photo gallery here. Watch sophomore George Moore's Homecoming video highlights here.

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  • 2016 St. Andrew's and St. Stephen's teams

    St. Andrew’s and St. Stephen’s To Unite Football Forces in 2018

    In an effort to grow their football programs and maintain the health and well-being of their players, St. Andrew's Episcopal School and St. Stephen's Episcopal School will combine their respective football programs for the 2018 and 2019 seasons. The Southwest Preparatory Conference (SPC) has approved the combined team to compete in the 3A division for the 2018 season.

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  • A Blessing of the Pets

    All creatures great and small were represented at this morning's Blessing of the Pets chapel service on the field! Stuffed animals (snakes, rabbits, bears) and lots of dogs, some cats, fish, even a guinea pig received a blessing in honor of St. Francis of Assisi feast day, a favorite SAS tradition for grades K-2! See the photo gallery here.
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  • Homecoming Pep Rallies Honor Seniors, Unite Campuses

    This week was Spirit Week, and our K-12 students showed their school spirit with wacky costume themes in preparation for the all-school, family-friendly Homecoming festivities on Saturday, Sept. 30 at the Upper School! Check out our Instagram posts for some Spirit Week highlights. In addition, the Homecoming Pep Rally at the Upper School included cheerleader performances, school cheers, and most notably the honoring of all senior student-athletes and their parents/guardians in a special recognition ceremony. See the Senior Athlete photo gallery on SmugMug here. Our Lower and Middle Schoolers also showed off their school spirit in a morning Pep Rally today, singing the school fight song with cheerleaders, football players, and the Middle School Band. See video clips of the Pep Rallies on Facebook here.

    Be sure to join us this Saturday, Sept. 30 at 4:00 pm at the Upper School campus (5901 Southwest Parkway) for Homecoming! Get details on our Homecoming page here.
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  • Classroom Snapshot: Upper School Art

    Susan Kemner Reed, US Visual Arts
    The art studio has been humming with creative activity these past six weeks. The AP Studio Art students have been asked to create the background images for the Peter and the Wolf performance at the upcoming Austin Symphony Orchestra performance on Oct. 29. Ten artists have stepped up to the challenge of creating atmospheric images that relate to the story without telling the story. The imagery is stunning and the young artists will be given tickets to the performance and honored on stage for their efforts. The symphony is thrilled with the artwork and has asked that it be exhibited in the lobby of the performance.

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  • Adrian Almy '19 and Sierra Bailey, Chair of BP MS 150 Austin

    Rookie SAS Bike Team Honored by National MS Society

    Congratulations to Adrian Almy ‘19, winner of the "Rookie Team Captain of the Year" award at the BP MS 150 Awards Ceremony held on September 17 in Austin. He and his eight-member rookie biking team (Tristram Coffin ‘19, Jake Huggins ‘20, Cord Mazzetti ‘19, Sam McCarthy-Potter ‘19, and parents Dean Almy, Paul Huggins, and Michael Potter) completed the BP MS 150 bike ride in April, raising over $10k for the National Multiple Sclerosis Society in the process.
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  • 2nd Grade Explores "CruPark" as Monarch Butterfly Scientists

    Second graders are embarking on a fun educational journey this fall. They’re studying the super generation of monarch butterflies that are making an epic migration from Canada to Mexico, a voyage only one percent will survive. With the Upper School’s undeveloped terrain (“CruPark”) now being cultivated for experiential learning, second graders have already ventured out to see first-hand how they can help the monarchs complete their migration.
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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.