News

List of 7 news stories.

  • Austin Saints Football To Include Middle School

    Following an earlier announcement regarding the varsity football partnership between St. Stephen’s and St. Andrew’s Episcopal Schools, the middle school programs will also follow suit.

    In an effort to grow their football programs and maintain the health and well-being of their players, the Episcopal Schools will combine their respective football programs for the 2018 and 2019 seasons.
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  • Jeff McCrary

    McCrary Named SPC AD President

    St. Andrew's Director of Athletics Jeff McCrary was recently elected by his peers as the new President of the Southwest Preparatory Conference (SPC) Athletics Directors. As such, he will remain a member of the Operations Committee.
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  • Building Sustainability Designers at the Lower School

    Greg Mele, Director of Outdoor Education
    Over the last month, Greg Mele, Director of Outdoor Education, has been bringing groups of Lower School teachers and students to the Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center on field experience days to learn about sustainable design. Greg’s intention has been to gain first-hand experience from what the Wildflower Center has created and to begin thinking of ways to apply these sustainable concepts to CruPARK and beyond.
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  • Five Students Place at PSIA State Competition

    After placing first or second in last month’s Private Schools Interscholastic Association (PSIA) District meet, Claudia Ellington ’22, James Graham ’26, Ainsley Owen ’25, Ella Parker ’22, Anna Wayne ’24, and Avery Wayne ’22 headed to the PSIA State competition on Saturday, April 28, at Texas Christian University.

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  • Kindergarten Designs, Builds Cityscape

    The kindergartners transformed Eleanor Hall into a bustling cityscape of their own design for parents to visit on April 27. Parents were guided through a beautiful botanical garden, a hospital, a farm, a recycling center, a toad garden village and many other unique places. The Cityscape project culminated the kindergartners' studies of how communities work together, which included many field trips in Austin to see a city in action. See more photos of the Cityscape here.
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  • SAS Community Raises Over $625K for Financial Aid Students

    The numbers are in and what a story they tell: St. Andrew’s parents, faculty, and friends tapped into their generous spirits to raise over $625,000 at the Spring Gala for Financial Aid on April 21. These funds will directly benefit 143 St. Andrew’s students who rely on financial assistance to make their dream of a St. Andrew’s education possible.
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  • Summer Camp Spotlight: Creekside Explorers (Grades 1-5)

    June 4-8 and June 11-15, 2018
    Campers looking to explore Shoal Creek, possibly catch a fish or just let their imaginations run wild in nature will have St. Andrew's alum David McDonald ‘07 leading the way! We are expecting camp to SELL OUT so get a spot while you can at www.sasaustin.org/summer
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Alumni News

List of 3 news stories.

  • Alumni Baseball Game

    Join Coach Steven Garcia ’02 for the
    St. Andrew’s Alumni Baseball Game!

    St. Andrew’s Upper School
    Sunday, June 3, 2018
    1:00 PM Play Ball!
    3:30 PM Post-Game Refreshments

    Alumni Baseball Players and Fans welcome
    !
    Email alumni@sasaustin.org to RSVP!
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  • Alumni Survey

    Upper School Alumni! You should have received the following survey via email. We would love to hear feedback from you to determine how well we're preparing our graduates for life after St. Andrew's!
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  • Liz Ketner Winterroth '04

    Congratulations to Liz Ketner Winterroth '04 and her husband Steve on the birth of baby girl Callie Evelyn on April 19! 
    At 6 pounds, 13 oz and 20 inches long, Callie joins big brother Jack as a family of four! 
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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.