• 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.

  • Helping to Preserve the History of Boys Town Trench Town

    Fields Ford '15 repaints the honor plaques at Boys Town.

    "I came expecting to be taken up in the laid back culture of Jamaica. I have been blessed by meeting some wonderful people in a country that seems to have a perpetual unemployment rate of 30 percent. What I either took for granted or did not anticipate is how honorably and enthusiastically our students would take to the tasks they have been asked to meet. They have gone above and beyond expectations. If the world can stay together a couple more decades until these young folks can take over, the world will be a much better place to live." Enjoy Chaplain Bude Van Dyke's blog from the Jamaica Outreach Trip

  • A College Rep for Each Senior

    A representative from Colby College visits with interested students.

    Representatives from dozens of colleges and universities across the country will visit St. Andrew’s-Sewanee School in the coming weeks. In an average year, the school will welcome 50 admissions representatives. That’s just about one college representative for each member of the senior class. The college representatives travel from as far away as the University of Puget Sound and St. Andrew’s, Scotland, to visit with SAS students. Their visits are an opportunity for the students to learn more about the colleges and for the representatives to recruit students from St. Andrew’s-Sewanee.


Evemt Calendar
Wed Oct 8

Archie Stapleton: Ceramics SAS Gallery

Time: 9:00am - 3:00pm Thru: 11/12/2014  More Info
Wed Oct 22

International Flag Ceremony St. Andrew's Chapel

Time: 8:00am - 8:45am

Spooky Chemistry Demonstration for SES 5th Graders Wade Hall for the Sciences

Time: 11:00am - 12:30pm  More Info

College Representative on Campus: Juniata College College Counseling Office

Time: 1:03pm

Phonathons Langford Building

Time: 6:00pm - 9:00pm
  • International Flag Day


    Each year, St. Andrew’s-Sewanee School holds an International Flag Day to give international students an opportunity to present their nations’ flags to the school for display in the school library. On October 22, representatives of our international community offered their flags to the Rev. John Thomas, Head of School.

  • Ngomane Named Outstanding Participant


    Mpilo Ngomane was named an Outstanding Participant in the 2015 National Achievement Scholarship Program. Mpilo placed in the top 3 percent of more than 160,000 Black Americans who requested consideration in the 2015 National Achievement Scholarship Program when they took the 2013 Preliminary SAT/National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test.

  • SAS Players Present Godzilla


    St. Andrew’s-Sewanee Players will present Godzilla, October 24-26 in McCrory Hall for the Performing Arts. The SAS Players are proud to contribute to the mythology of Godzilla with their creation of a live theater reinterpretation of Gojira and Godzilla, King of the Monsters. The production features bold movement-theater, and a 35-member ensemble aesthetic that includes every cast member playing roles and serving as stagehands. The play recreates the joy of a good horror film, while reflecting a bit of Japanese culture and the American culture of the 1950s.