Since 1982, SAS has suspended classes for an Earth day celebration that includes workshops, service, and adventure. This year's celebration will be Thursday, April 22.
News & Media
Senior swimmer Zolon Knoll recently committed to swim for Centre College in Danville, Kentucky.
Porter Neubauer, a senior at St. Andrew’s-Sewanee School, recently accepted a Johnson Scholarship at Washington & Lee University in Virginia. The Johnson Scholarship is W&L’s most prestigious scholarship and provides full tuition, room, and board for students chosen based on academic achievement, demonstrated leadership, and the potential to contribute to the intellectual and civic life of the W&L campus and the world.
SAS's financial literacy course prepares students for the post-pandemic economy.
Seventy-five students achieved academic distinction for the third quarter.
The Cumberland Scholars program provides SAS students a pathway for graduation with distinction when they pursue learning experiences in place-based and outdoor education.
SAS renames trail network in memory of Tim Graham, longtime director of development.
The St. Andrew’s-Sewanee School Ethics Bowl team recently won their third consecutive state championship. The team, which is coached by SAS Dean of Students and Humanities Department Co-Chair Geoffrey Smith, will make its third national championship appearance in April.
SAS junior Tyler Rodgers' enlistment in the Tennessee National Guard represents a tribute to a fallen soldier and a commitment to Tyler's own future.
FM 103.1, WMTN-LP, "The Mountain" provides solid gold hits programming in a non-commercial, public radio format via a streaming station and broadcast to a 10-mile radius of campus.
The station is the gift of Bud Walters a 1959 graduate of the Sewanee Military Academy and a former SAS Trustee. Bud and his suppliers donate most of the station's equipment and technical assistance. The station had its first broadcast on April 24, 2004.
By helping to provide this opportunity at St. Andrew's-Sewanee students, it is Bud's hope to spark student interest in the broadcast field.
For more information, contact Station Manager Elizabeth Duncan