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

School Life

Character Education

The St. Andrew’s community strives to demonstrate:

-empathy and compassion through responsible citizenship and service

-self-discipline through respect, integrity, and scholarship
This statement of central character goals honors the Chapin tradition and St. Andrew’s School’s enduring and evolving mission of service. By combining an atmosphere rich in empathy with high individual expectations for conduct and effort, we seek to elevate every student on a moral and ethical level. These character goals serve as guiding principles for co-curricular programming in areas such as community service, student leadership, spiritual life, and residential life, while also influencing our curriculum choices and disciplinary systems.