Contact Director of Advancement Lesley Cole.
Middle School Events
Contact Middle School Coordinator Rachel Malde.
We welcome and encourage you to visit campus. If you are visiting campus during the week, please sign in at the front desk in Bishop Bratton or Langford Hall to get a name tag. If you are visiting on a weekend, please sign in at Owen Student Union located in the center of campus across the quad from the Robinson Dining Hall.
Get information on your child's assignments or your financial accounts.
- Browse to Parents Web.
- Enter your email address.
- Click on "Create New ParentsWeb Account". Follow the instructions provided.
You must use the email address that we have on file for you. Contact Shawna Midgett(931.463.2139) if you have questions or need to change or verify your email address on file.
St. Andrew’s-Sewanee School uses Boardingware, a management tool for communication among parents/guardians, boarders, upper school day students, SAS administrators and house parents, and host families. Based around a web-based and iOS app, Boardingware allows us to keep track of the status of each student whether “in house”, around the campus, or off site. Up-to-date details of a student’s whereabouts can be put into the app by SAS faculty members to provide information directly to the house parents who are on duty.
Boarders and day students will also use to app to request weekend leave and sign up for weekend activities and trips.
Using Boardingware, parents/guardians can:
Request leave for your child,
Provide permission for some off-campus trips, and/or
Be aware of your child’s off-site or weekend activities.
For more information on how SAS's uses the system, contact Residential Life Coordinator Marin Miller. For technical help, use Boardingware’s Help Center or contact Boardingware at firstname.lastname@example.org. Parent support information is available in English and Chinese.
Have a question, comment, or suggestion?
Check out our Parents' Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs).
If it's about your child's experience, it is best to start with your child's advisor.
For guidance on where to go with other questions or suggestions, contact Director of Communications Sherri Bergman.