The SAES 4th-6th Grade Girls Basketball Team won the Championship game Thursday afternoon against Kehoe France.
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.
St. Andrew’s Episcopal School’s Vocal Ensemble sang the National Anthem at the New Orleans Pelicans game to a sold out crowd. Kudos to the students that performed and to SAES Music Director, Lana Lonadier for an outstanding performance.
Mr. Lecky participated in the biennial conference of the National Association of Episcopal Schools (NAES) in Anaheim, November 20-22.
On Friday, September 26, 2014 at 8:00 am St. Andrew’s Episcopal School conducted a Dedication Ceremony of our new three-story classroom building on the St. Andrew’s campus on the corner of Oak and Short Streets. The new classroom building is named Grace Hall. This name has been selected as an appropriate embodiment of God’s Grace that has made this building possible, and of the graciousness from the St. Andrew’s Community in planning, funding, and creating this wonderful new teaching and learning space for our children.
Grace Hall consists of approximately 10,000 square feet of new teaching and learning space and will provide much-needed classroom space for a new music room, STEM Center (science and math labs), homeroom classrooms, and a new multi-purpose room for indoor recess, PE, and student exhibitions and performances.
Photo Gallery: Grace Hall Dedication Ceremony