SAS English teacher Malia Carlos '87 was recently named to the Fort Chair in Writing and math teacher Neal Johnson was named to the Cissy Patterson Chair in Mathematics.
News & Media
St. Andrew's-Sewanee School welcomes several new faculty and staff members, including four alumni of the school, as we begin our 2020-2021 school year.
St. Andrew’s-Sewanee School’s radio station is now streaming on the web in addition to broadcasting to a 10-mile radius beyond the SAS campus. FM 103.1, WMTN-LP, "The Mountain" provides solid gold hits programming in a non-commercial, public radio format.
St. Andrew's-Sewanee School plans to resume in-person community life, classes, and afternoon programs in August when they welcome both new and returning students to campus with COVID mitigation plans in place.
As of July 3, the town of Sewanee has issued a directive that residents and visitors must wear face coverings when in public.
One hundred students, including 33 boarding and 77 day students, achieved academic distinction for the fourth quarter.
SAS welcomes Margaret Wilson '16 as Interim Farmer. Margaret is selling produce with the South Cumberland Farmer's Market.
It is our goal to bring all members of the community to a richer spiritual, intellectual, social, physical, and aesthetic awareness so that they might lead lives of honor and loving service to God and to others. We can only achieve this worthy goal by listening for understanding and empathizing with those whose life experiences are different from our own.
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