• Admission Preview, Sun. Oct 19, 2-4:30 pm


    St. Andrew’s-Sewanee School welcomes families with students in grades 5-11 to attend an Admission Preview on Sunday, October 19 from 2-4:30 p.m. Learn about the outstanding education offered at St. Andrew’s-Sewanee School, including personalized college counseling, Adventure Education, the campus radio station, Chinese language instruction, Winterim, and the Learning Resources Center. An informational session with SAS students and administration begins at 2 p.m. in McCrory Hall for the Performing Arts. The rest of the afternoon will include mini-classes, tours, and a question and answer session. Families who are interested in learning more about SAS, but who cannot attend on October 19, are encouraged to contact the Admission Office (931.598.5651) to set up a personal tour and appointment.

  • SAS Welcomes Upper School Parents to Family Weekend


    St. Andrew’s-Sewanee School welcomes parents and relatives of Upper School students to campus for Family Weekend, Friday, September 19, to Sunday, September 21. Actvities include a home volleyball game, a welcome reception, an all parent meeting, a class walk-through, and individual conferences with teachers. A question and answer period with the Dean of Students, Director of Studies, Director of College Counseling, and student leaders will be offered. The weekend culminates with a Eucharist, brunch, and a gallery reception for artist and SAS parent Kaaren Engel.

  • SAS Offers Innovative Grade-Level Programming


    In addition to regular academic courses, each grade at St. Andrew’s-Sewanee School participates in innovative grade-level programming throughout the year. SAS suspends the regular academic day in order for all students and faculty advisors to participate in the program. This fall sixth graders participated in a historical scavenger hunt on the SAS campus. Seventh and eighth offered their service to Blue Monarch, a long-term residential program for woman and children, and Mountain T.O.P. Upper school students enjoyed canoeing the Elk and Buffalo Rivers and trips to Atlanta and Chattanooga.


Evemt Calendar
Fri Aug 15

Three Generations of Creativity SAS Gallery

Time: 9:00am - 3:00pm Thru: 10/2/2014  More Info
Thu Sep 18

Spirit Week: Tacky Thursday

Fri Sep 19

Upper School Family Weekend

Thru: 9/21/2014  More Info

Spirit Week: Spirit zoo

Family Weekend Welcome Center Spencer Room, Langford

Time: 2:00pm - 4:00pm
  • SAS Joins Groundbreaking Ceremony


    The SAS mountain biking team, the Rev. John Thomas, Head of School, Mountain Goat Trail Alliance president and SAS school nurse Janice Thomas, and MGTA board member and SAS parent Clayton Rogers joined the groundbreaking ceremonies for the Monteagle-to-Sewanee portion of the Mountain Goat Trail. The Mountain Goat Trail links downtown Sewanee to the SAS campus. The next section will connect the campus to the town of Monteagle, a popular destination for SAS students.

  • SAS Faculty Inspire Lifelong Learning by Example


    SAS encourages students to be lifelong learners and their teachers are excellent role models. Faculty members continuously acquire new skills to continue to provide an outstanding educational experience for SAS students. Raed more about teachers pursuing advanced degrees, mapping new directions for the curriculum, and attending classes and seminars across the country.

  • SAS Class of 2014 Garners $4.4M in Merit Scholarships


    Thirty-nine members of the St. Andrew’s-Sewanee School Class of 2014, 71% of the class, received merit awards from colleges and universities hoping to lure these scholars to their campus. The merit awards totaled a record $4.38 million and ranged from $2,000 to $128,000.