The St. Andrew's-Sewanee Alumni Association is comprised of everyone who attended or taught at SAS or her parent schools: Sewanee Military Academy, Sewanee Academy, St. Andrew's School, and St. Mary's School.
- Come to the Alumni Council's 10th Annual Volunteer Work (Fun) Day July 27, 2019 (and plan to stay for the weekend).
- Mark your calendar for Alumni Weekend June 5-7, 2020.
- Attend or host a regional Alumni & Friends gathering or an SAS Alumni Club.
- Join SAS on Facebook!
- Young Alumni: Consider submitting a review of your experiences at SAS for Boarding School Review or Niche.
Each year, hundreds of alumni gather on the SAS campus, in Sewanee, and across the country to reminisce, rekindle friendships, and make new connections. Many share the same memories of beautiful sunsets from Morgan's Steep or Piney Point, of worshipping together in the St. Andrew's Chapel or All Saints', and of the special feeling created by being on the Mountain.
With college preparatory education beginning on the Mountain in 1868, St. Andrew's-Sewanee is one of the oldest Episcopal boarding schools in the country. This long and honorable inheritance and the devotion of our alumni have contributed to the success of today's St. Andrew's-Sewanee School.
As a part of this prestigious alumni community, Association members receive the annual SAS magazine, which includes class notes; the monthly All-Community E-News; a yearly invitation to Alumni Weekend; and invitations to various regional and local events throughout the year.
The Association is governed by the Alumni Council and its Executive Committee, which provides leadership for the overall alumni communication network, Alumni Weekend, regional gatherings, and community service projects. Receptions, lunches and dinners are held in cities such as Nashville, Atlanta, Birmingham, Chattanooga, New Orleans, Baton Rouge, Houston, and Memphis. The Council strives to connect alumni to one another and to St. Andrew's-Sewanee as they work with the Association to support and advance the mission and life of the school.