Adrian A. Hurley Faculty Chair
Established by Brian and Jane Hurley in 1994, the Adrian A. Hurley Faculty Chair supports a mathematics faculty salary.
Maxwell Mays Faculty Chair
Established with the proceeds from the sale of limited edition prints of a Maxwell Mays' painting in June 1993, the Maxwell Mays Faculty Chair supports an arts faculty salary.
Ernest Augat Faculty Chair
The fund was established by Gretchen Reilly, an alumni parent who served on the Board of Trustees from 1993-1996, with matching support from Augat, Inc. in honor of her father to support the salary of a teacher who runs activities in the Ernest Augat Student Center.
Alfred and Lenora Glancy Fund for Faculty Salaries
Established in 1994 with a gift from the Alfred and Lenora Glancy Fund as part of the Centennial Campaign for St. Andrew's.
Robert L. Wolf Literacy Endowment Fund
This fund supports the salaries of literacy faculty.
Gladys Trudeau Fischer Fund
Established by Mars Bishop in 2003 in honor of his late secretary, Gladys Trudeau Fischer, the fund provides a cash award annually to a faculty member of at least three years tenure who has provided exemplary service during the current school year by actions including, but not limited to, exceptional teaching skills, compassion, integrity, loyalty and self-discipline. The recipient is chosen by a vote of the faculty.
John and Sheila Martin Fund for Professional Development
Dorothy R. and Norman E. McCulloch, Jr., longtime supporters of St. Andrew's, established this fund with a $1 million gift, announcing the gift at the commencement ceremony in 2015. The purpose of the fund is to provide St. Andrew's with a permanent financial resource to continue funding faculty and staff development and build on the school's mission of creating opportunities for every student to achieve his or her full potential. The fund is name for John Martin, who is credited with transforming St. Andrew's into one of RI's premier educational institutions dedicated to academic excellence and personal achievement during his 19-year tenure as Headmaster, and his wife, Sheila Martin. The John and Sheila Martin Fund for Professional Development is managed by the Rhode Island Foundation.
St. Andrew's Educator's Fund
The St. Andrew's Educator's Fund supports faculty salaries.