School News


  • June

    Nicolas Creus '14

    Nicolas Creus, class of 2014, is moving to the Big Apple. After graduating from American University's Kogod Business School with Dean's List honors, Nicolas started his professional career in market research at PSB (a WPP company) in Washington, DC. Within a two year span, Nicolas worked his way to becoming a trained qualitative research moderator, project lead, and new business liason. His next career move brings him to New York City, where he will serve as a Senior Analyst for Whitman Insight Strategies (a boutique market research firm located in Chelsea).
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  • Sam Selman '09

    Sam Selman '09 has received some great press since signing with The Sacramento Rivercats, the Triple A affiliate to the SF Giants! Read about Sam's journey here! 
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  • May

    Max Frost '11

    If you didn't catch Max Frost '11 in concert earlier this spring, he'll be headlining Blues on the Green this June! 
    Find out more by clicking here!
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  • Emma Hine '09

    Congratulations to Emma Hine '09! Emma's poetry collection, Stay Safe, received Sarabande Books' Kathryn A. Morton Prize, and will be published in late 2020 or early 2021! 
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  • Taylor Thompson '17

    You can catch Taylor Thompson '17 in UVA's "Featured Stories" video series. This episode is called "What Drives Us" and it features Taylor and another UVA student discussing their life experiences and how it has influenced their education. You can watch the video here!
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  • Austin Alumni Happy Hour!

    It was great to see all of our Alumni at this Spring's Austin Happy Hour!
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  • April

    Alumni Baseball Game- Save the date!

    This year's Alumni Baseball Game will be held on Sunday, June 2nd! Email Coach Steven Garcia '02 at for more details, or to RSVP! More information to come, so stay tuned...
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  • Austin Alumni Happy Hour- Thursday!

    Alumni in Austin! We're looking forward to getting everyone together at The Grove Wine Bar + Kitchen, Downtown this Thursday, May 2nd from 6:30-8:30! Email to RSVP! 
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  • Ellie Rudy '17

    Ellie Rudy ’17 has joined the Texas 4000, and is getting ready to bike from Austin to Anchorage, Alaska in 2020 to raise money for cancer research and care!  Though she only began her 18 month training in November of 2018, Ellie has been familiar with the Texas 4000 for years. Her brother-in-law completed the ride back in 2006, and she was waiting at the finish line when her boyfriend, Seamus, finished in 2018.
    The Texas 4000 is the longest distance annual charity bike ride in the world, and hundreds of students apply each year. Roughly 75-90 students are accepted, and dedication to the mission and community service are a higher priority than physical fitness or even knowing how to ride a bike.
    Ellie was just fitted for her bike, and is ready to start her training! You can read more about her journey by clicking here! 
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  • Ezra Levin '03

    Congratulations to Ezra Levin '03, who was named in Time Magazine's Top 100 most influential people of 2019! Ezra is a co-founder and co-executive director of Indivisible, a political-activisim organization. 
    You can read more here
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  • Students and Alumni Show Leadership, Latin Skills at TSJCL Convention

    Jennie Luongo, US Latin Teacher
    The Texas State Junior Classical League (TSJCL) Convention this year was held at Anderson High School here in Austin on April 5-6. The state convention brings together JCLers from across Texas to network and to compete in various competitions related to the Classics. Students had the opportunity to compete with other Latin students from around the state, participate in colloquia presented by Classics scholars and members of the Senior Classical League, and show off their skills in a talent show, among many other activities.
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  • Max Frost '11

    Max Frost '11 made a stop in his hometown of Austin on April 4 while on tour promoting his album, Gold Rush. Alumni, faculty and current students all came out to see Max play at the Historic Scoot Inn, and took a photo with him after the show! 
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  • March

    Allie Novess '15

    Congratulations to Allie Novess '15! Allie was a winner in the TEDxTAMU art contest, and will have her work displayed in a gallery at the TEDxTAMU conference on April 7!  Allie is a student at Texas A&M-- you can view more of her work here!
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  • Austin Spring Happy Hour!

    Join fellow SAS Alumni in Austin for Happy Hour on May 2nd at The Grove Wine Bar + Kitchen, Downtown! Looking forward to seeing all of our local Alumni!
    Just moved back to Austin? Email to update your information, or click here! 
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  • Cameron Coffman '10

    Cameron Coffman '10 and her feminist art collective, MATERIAL GIRLS, has a show right now in LA at Tiger Strikes Asteroid called Palms. It's MATERIAL GIRLS' first show in LA, and runs through April 7. If you're in the LA area, go check them out! 
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  • Parker Davis '14

    History teacher Courtney Elliott ran into Parker Davis '14 at a show during SXSW this year!
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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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  • Sarah Miller-Fellows '06

    Only 3 months in, 2019 has been an exciting year for Sarah Miller-Fellows (2006). In January, she successfully defended her PhD in Anthropology at Case Western Reserve University. Her dissertation is titled "Making Medicine Amish" and she will graduate in May 2019. She was also accepted as a 2019 Fellow with New Leaders Council Austin, a progressive leadership training program. In March, Sarah joined Girls Empowerment Network Austin as their Program Evaluator. She currently lives in north Austin with her husband, Spenser, and children, Oliver and Charlotte.
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  • Callie Speer '02

    Callie Speer '02 and her restaurant, Holy Roller, were featured on Guy Fieri's Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives show on the Food Network! 
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  • February

    Alumni Holiday Party Photo Gallery

    We had a wonderful night of holiday revelry at this year's Alumni Holiday Party. Our sincere thanks to the Burner family (Jase '09, Ali '10) for opening their beautiful home to us! Click here to see the photo gallery.
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  • January

    Dallas Happy Hour

    Dallas Area Alumni, our postponed event has been rescheduled for March. Email to RSVP. 

    Dallas Alumni Happy Hour
    March 7
    6:30-8:30 PM
    Chelsea Corner
    4830 McKinney Avenue
    Dallas, TX 75205
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  • Los Angeles Happy Hour

    Join Upper School Head Todd Stephenson, Alumni Relations Manager Julia Driscoll and Alumni in the Los Angeles area for drinks and appetizers on February 27 at 7:30 pm at The Henry in West Hollywood! Email for more information or to RSVP.
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  • Lower & Middle School

    1112 West 31st St.
    Austin, TX 78705
    Lower (512) 299-9800
    Middle (512) 299-9850
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    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.