News

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  • Get Ready for Summer at St. Andrew's

    It's time to start thinking about your summer plans - that means summer camp at St. Andrew's! Our summer camp is open to everyone, so feel free to invite a friend or family member who doesn't attend our school.
     
    What: Summer at St. Andrew's camp
    When: June 3-July 19, 2019. *Camp will be closed July 1-5.
    Who: Open to all Austin youth ages 4-18 - invite friends to join you!

    How to register:
    1) Download the camp catalog to read camp details and make your selections before registering
    2) Visit www.sasaustin.org/summer. Click on the yellow "Register" button to begin the process. (You can also download the camp catalog on this page.)
       
    Camp highlights include:
    • Sports Camps such as basketball, lacrosse, and soccer taught by our St. Andrew's coaching staff
    • Classes by Mad Science Camp, Camp Einstein Idea Lab
    • Creative Animation with Austin School of Film
    • Musical Theater Camp with St. Andrew's teachers, Jason Kruger & Cate Gasco
    • Creative Writing with Badgerdog
    • Sports Plus on the Road with St. Andrew's teachers Tom Costas & Maria Brummer
    • Any many more!
    Questions? Contact us at summercamp@sasaustin.org
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  • Certamen Advance to State, Erben '19 and Snider '20 Take Top Awards

    By Emma Schmidt '21 and Jennie Luongo, US Latin Teacher

    Last weekend, the St. Andrew’s Upper School hosted the Austin-area Latin Convention.  The convention brought together students from over 25 schools in the Austin-area, allowing students to network and compete in various Classical events.
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  • 4 Seniors Honored at Austin Regional Science Fair

    Last Friday, fifteen St. Andrews students headed to the Palmer Events Center to participate in the Austin Regional Science Fair—one of the largest science fairs in the country. Four St. Andrew's seniors were recognized for their research.
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  • Physics Students Teach Preschoolers Engineering

    Upper Schoolers studying physics accompanied their teacher, Dan Latreille, to The Rise School this month to work with preschoolers on some engineering concepts.
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  • Alex on a scanning electron microscope

    Pinkerton ‘21 SXSW Innovation Finalist

    Alex Pinkerton ‘21 is a finalist in this year’s SXSW Interactive Innovation Awards!  His project Brane Interface (braneinterface.com) is a brain-computer interface, with potential applications that could allow paralyzed people to regain motion.  There are 65 finalists from 13 countries and he’s the only finalist under age 18.
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  • Download The Highlander Magazine

    Our mid-year, digital magazine The Highlander is here. (Download a PDF version here).Our students have been growing every day in their classrooms, on courts, fields, and stages, and in the greater Austin community. Be sure you click on our hyperlinked content to find extra info and photos. Our magazines are always available to view (including archived issues) on our Publications page.
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  • 5 Medalists on National Etymology Exam

    Lauren Dill '04, US Latin Teacher
    In November nine Upper School Latin students opted to take to the National Classical Etymology Exam contest which quizzes students about Latin and Greek root words and their English derivatives. Out of the nine Upper School students who took the exam, five students were recognized with a medal for their achievement. Optime factum, discipuli!
     
     
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Alumni News

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  • Dallas Alumni Happy Hour!

    It was great to get our Dallas Alumni together at Chelsea Corner on March 7! 
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  • Houston Happy Hour

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  • Susannah Haddad '11

    Susannah Haddad '11 writes, "I am currently working as a freelance consultant and visual artist based here in Austin but am an avid traveler. As a visual artist, I feel most inspired when I get a surge of new colors, culture, and people. Art to me is as much about the process as the result. At its core art is a universal language that shouldn't have boundaries. There is no language like art. It speaks to people in an indefinite number of ways and I want to bring that to as many people as I can through my work. This year, I have tasked myself to expand the accessibility of my art. Moving from small scale collections to the public art realm. I am constantly writing and submitting proposals for public art projects, murals, and public exhibition space. Art is made for the people, and I want to bring art to the people. 
     
    As a consultant, I work with business owners, small and large to pinpoint weaknesses and areas of opportunity and build strategies for growth and expansion. This could be digital marketing practices, implementing operational systems, building a brand identity, etc. While on paper these two practices seem contrary to each other, I thrive being able to use both the left and right sides of my brain on a daily basis. I am grateful for that and the opportunity to create something new every day." 
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Highlander Magazine - Winter 2019

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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.