Students: 378 | Faculty: 100 | Grades: PK-12 | Gender: Coed
The Andrews School
The Andrews School offers day school for grades PK to 12, and boarding school for grades 7-12. Graduating students have a 100% college acceptance rate.
With its University prep courses, AP curriculum, and small class sizes, The Andrews School has the education that you want for your child.
Tuition ranges from $6,175 for pre-k students all the way to $41,450 for international boarding students.
There is plenty to do at The Andrews School. Students can play any number of sports such as tennis, soccer, volleyball, cross country running, basketball, swimming, lacrosse, baseball, or softball. The Andrews School is also well known for its equestrian program, with lessons available for any level rider.
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