St. Andrew’s Upper School provides an essential education designed to prepare our students for best fit colleges. The curriculum builds from a foundation in the ninth grade and leads to more advanced courses, including Advanced Placement (AP) courses. We believe that learning is a process and guide our students to develop the skills that will lead to thoughtful and effective problem-solving in every subject area.
Why St. Andrew's?
The Middle School
St. Andrew’s Middle School is a small, structured, and supportive program. Faculty work with students on academic content, while at the same time developing students’ study skills and organizational strategies. As a result, students work to become independent learners, increase their sense of self-esteem, and gain confidence in their abilities.
St. Andrew's Stories
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Forged from our founder’s deep compassion and generous spirit, the Chapin Tradition is an ethos where problem-solving and resilience are valued and each student’s self-reliant spirit is developed and celebrated. It is characterized by an enduring commitment to service, action, and inclusion.
5:1 Student Teacher Ratio
With a 5:1 student-to-teacher ratio, our students benefit from a truly personal approach.
Beyond St. Andrew's
Our students are well-prepared for best fit colleges and careers.
Average Class Size: 8
With an average class size of 8, teaching is tailored to each individual student.
Conceived to change the fortunes of a single orphaned child, today St. Andrew’s is carried forward by an enduring and evolving mission to welcome children of many cultures, any faith tradition, all socioeconomic backgrounds, and a wide range of learning profiles.