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


Athletic Training

Athletic training is practiced by athletic trainers who are healthcare professionals who work with physicians to optimize activity and participation of athletes, patients, and/or clients. Athletic training encompasses the following domains: prevention, diagnosis, and intervention of emergency, acute, and chronic medical conditions involving impairment, functional limitations, and disabilities. At St. Andrew’s, a full-time Athletic Trainer Certified (ATC) is employed to provide athletic training services to our athletes. The athletic trainer is available before, during, and after all athletic events. The athletic trainer must abide by the Standards of Practice and maintain proper certification and state licensure. In Rhode Island, all practicing athletic trainers must also be licensed by the state health board and therefore may also be known as Licensed Athletic Trainers (LAT).

Athletic Training Room:

  • The athletic training room is located on the St. Andrew's School campus in the fitness center located in Jones Gymnasium
  • A certified athletic trainer will be present at all HOME contests, with easy access to all on-campus fields via cell phone
  • Pre-game treatments and taping are available provided teams call ahead, provide the proper information, and send the visiting team with the proper supplies
  • Easy availability of ice, water, hydrocollator, first-aid, etc.

List of 1 members.

  • Michael Hart 

    Director of Athletics
Athletic Trainer:

Kara Renaud, MS, LAT, ATC
401-246-1230 x 3067

Athletic Director: Michael Hart

School Nurse:

Sasha Askew
401-246-1230 x 3030

Ambulance Service:

Barrington Fire & Rescue
Ambulance transports 
will be taken to either 

Rhode Island Hospital 
(18 years or older)
593 Eddy Street
Providence, RI 02903


Hasbro Children's
 (Under 18 years)
593 Eddy Street
Providence, RI 02903
ER 401-444-4000