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Rhode Island’s perspective and possibility widening boarding and day school, grades 6-12 and postgraduate.

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 students self-reliant spirit is developed and celebrated. It is characterized by an enduring commitment to service, action, and inclusion. 


Founded to change the fortunes of a single orphaned child, St. Andrew's evolved into a college-prep school offering academic excellence to children from all walks of life. Today, the call to genuine inclusion still defines us as we welcome students from many cultures, all socioeconomic backgrounds, any faith tradition, and widely varying learning profiles. And our enduring commitment to equity, access, and service is reflected both in our community and in the brave, bold, and generous lives of our graduates.
    • What is the Chapin Tradition?

Want to know more about St. Andrew’s?

Click through to learn about our middle schoolupper school, and campus life programs and then call our admission office at 401-246-1230 to schedule a campus visit.