• Join Us for Mountain Lion Club Work Day

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    SAS parents, athletes, and fans will gather on Saturday, August 2 at 9 AM for our annual Mountain Lion Club Work Day. The MLC Work Day is an opportunity to build community among SAS's athletic boosters and athletes while helping to maintain and improve the school's athletic facilities. Last year, volunteers landscaped the entrance to Wood-Alligood Gymnasium and prepared our concession stands for the fall season. Following the morning work session there will be a picnic. Participants are encouraged to RSVP. SAS fall athletic practices begin as early as July 30 with boarding pre-season beginning on August 6. The first home athletic contest is a varsity girls' soccer scrimmage against Huntland on August 11.

  • The Culprits & Blues Regimen Play Opening Weekend

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    After a busy year of study and international travel, The Culprits are coming together for a free hometown concert on Friday, August 15 at Sewanee’s Angel Park. The evening will open at 7 PM with Blues Regimen. The Culprits take to the stage at 7:45 PM. The back-to-school concert coincides with St. Andrew’s-Sewanee School’s opening weekend. Blues Regimen’s members include SAS students Mack Lindlau, Edwin Keeble, and Sam Smith. The Culprits include SAS alumni Nick Evans ’10, Will Evans ’12, and Zach Blount ’12.

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

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    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. Students received merit awards valued at or above $100,000 at Stetson University, Bard College, Davidson College, and Ohio Wesleyan University. Merit awards poured in from as far away as Occidental College in Los Angeles and University of Puget Sound in Washington State. Three or more students received merit awards to Birmingham-Southern University, East Tennessee State University, Lewis and Clark College (Oregon), Macalaster College (Minnesota), Middle Tennessee State University, Tennessee Tech, University of Memphis, and University of Tennessee. Nine students received merit awards for a total of $236,000 from the University of the South.

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Evemt Calendar
Fri Jul 25

Open Weight Room for SAS Athletes Wood-Alligood Gymnasium

Time: 7:00am - 8:15am

Open Weight Room for SAS Athletes Wood-Alligood Gymnasium

Time: 4:00pm - 5:30pm
Tue Jul 29

Harpeth Hall Cross Country On-Campus for Preseason Practice

Thru: 8/1/2014
Sat Aug 2

Mountain Lion Club Work Day & Picnic Wood-Alligood Gymnasium

Time: 9:00am - 1:00pm  More Info
Sun Aug 3

New Faculty Orientation & Dinner

Time: 3:00pm - 8:00pm  More Info
  • SAS Prepares for Orientation and Opening of School

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    With varsity fall athletes returning to campus in just four weeks, St. Andrew’s-Sewanee School is busy preparing for the new school year. On the first day of classes, Monday, August 18, SAS will welcome more than 60 new students to campus and enroll the largest 7th grade class in the school’s history. Go to SASSAFRAS for a full list of all the Opening Weekend events as well as information on summer reading, supply lists and more.

  • Late Summer Admission

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    Openings remain for day students in 6th grade, and boarding or day students in 9th and 11th grades for the 2014-15 academic year. Some financial aid is still available. Families who are interested are encouraged to call the Admission Office at (931) 598-5651 to set up a personal tour and appointment.

  • SAS Welcomes David Mendlewski to the Office of Admission

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    St. Andrew’s-Sewanee School is pleased to welcome David Mendlewski as Director of Admission and Financial Aid. “Dave brings experience in boarding and day school admission, a deep appreciation for the advantages of small schools, and an enthusiasm for our mission,” said The Rev. John T. Thomas, Head of School.