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St. Andrew’s Needs Your Help!!


Through their Community Rewards fundraiser, Gulf Coast Bank is awarding a total of $50,000 to the top 10 non-profit organizations who receive the most votes at the link below! 

VOTE TODAY and EVERYDAY for St. Andrew’s!!!

Link to vote:

Please share with your friends!

Voting is limited to one vote per day per valid email address during the voting period.

The voting period is from February 25, 2015 12:00am CST until March 25, 2015 8:00pm CST.

Diversity Talk for Parents, March 17th at 8am

“How to Talk to Your Children about Diversity and the Challenging Questions that Are Bound to Arise”

On Tuesday, March 17, 2015 8:00 am – 9:30 am, Nancy Timm, LCSW; ACWS, will be at St. Andrew’s to address our parents on how to respond to questions or concerns from their children that are difficult to answer or explain appropriately regarding race, gender, and other subjects related to diversity.

The title of the talk will be, “How to Talk to Your Children about Diversity and the Challenging Questions that Are Bound to Arise” 

Please join us by attending this discussion and supporting our efforts to raise children whose lives are enhanced by understanding the diversity around them.

Exciting News from St. Andrew’s Episcopal School!

St. Andrew’s Cottage To Become Part of School;
New Expansion of Early Childhood Programming at St. Andrew’s

January 21, 2015 Letter to the St. Andrew’s Community


St. Andrew’s Cottage Transition Webpage

Visit this webpage regularly for updates on the Cottage transition, including information on how to enroll your child in the Cottage for the 2015-2016 school year.

SAES Tree is a Winner!











We are happy to announce that St. Andrew’s is the winner of the Favorite Tree Contest for Children’s Tree in the Festivals of Trees competition at the Louisiana Children’s Museum. As the winners, SAES will receive a visit from Lil’ Stuffee! Here’s a brief description:

Standing five-feet tall with bright blue hair and a wide friendly grin, Lil’ Stuffee wins the hearts of all children. Students take an entertaining look inside the human body as removable pillow organs trace the digestive, circulatory, or respiratory systems.