Students: 1200 | Faculty: N/A | Grades: JK-12 | Gender: Coed
Saint Andrew’s School
The school was founded in 1961 and currently serves approximately 1,300 students from all backgrounds. The campus itself is situated in coastal Boca Raton on 81 acres of land.
The school became co-ed in 1972, converting from a boarding-only school to a mixture of both day students and boarding students.
Tuition ranges from as low as $19,240 for Junior Kindergarten day students to $46,600 for boarders.
Saint Andrew’s School is widely accredited, including but not limited to the National Association of Independent Schools and the International Baccalaureate Organization.
Saint Andrews is both academically and athletically prestigious, counting many CEO’s. entrepreneurs, and professional athletes among their distinguished alumni. The mascot of Saint Andrew’s School is Scotty the Scot.
Boarding Schools in Florida
Gateway is a school designed and staffed for boys who may not be accepted at other schools due to their history or who have been expelled from school for behavioral issues. Boys at Gateway are therefore under adult supervision around the clock. Started as a Christian military school, Gateway now continues the decorum of a military school but blends a character-enriching relational program without the meaningless drills and screaming drill sergeants of typical military schools. The boarding school offers positive discipline and ...
Bolles is a day and boarding private college preparatory school, which also includes pre-kindergarten and middle school. The school was first established in 1933 as a boy’s military school, but in 1962, Bolles had its last military graduating class. In 1972, the doors of this all male school were opened to admit females as well, and the school became co-educational. The original campus of Bolles has now been renamed The San Jose Campus and has several locations in Jacksonville and Point Verde. ...
Safe Harbor is a Christian boarding school that uses maritime training as a therapeutic model for helping turn around at-risk teenage boys. Safe Harbor provides a safe, stable, structured, alternative to harsher juvenile programs. Boys in minor trouble with the law or exhibiting bad behavior learn responsibility and experience behavior modification at Safe Harbor through seamanship, mentoring, counseling and a spiritual focus, while also attending the in-house school. The Safe Harbor program is structured and centers on teaching a work ethic and helping the boys understand their behavior ...