Students: 303 | Faculty: 70 | Grades: 9-12 | Gender: Coed
St. Andrew’s School
The religion is Episcopal and the school was established in 1929. There are over 300 students enrolled with an average class size of 11. The tuition is currently $51,500 a year.
The full-course curriculum is in the liberal arts. The campus is in a rural area and offers 21 different varsity interscholastic teams. All students are required to participate in a sport every season.
St. Andrew’s School accepts students from various backgrounds, including international.
They are noted for academic excellence, with the average SAT scores 1320 in verbal and math.
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