School Life

St. Andrew’s Episcopal School cherishes the Decade of Childhood by educating children in Pre-Kindergarten through the 8th Grade.
St. Andrew’s has a strong academic program, enhanced by state-of-the-art technology, which includes foreign languages, music, fine arts, athletics, and information literacy skills. Student publications, dramatics, interscholastic sports, and community service round out the St. Andrew’s experience. Many of our Middle School students qualify to participate in the Duke University Talent Identification Program. Upon graduation, St. Andrew’s students have a solid academic foundation that opens doors for them at competitive independent, public, and parochial high schools and are typically accepted to the high school of their choice. Over the past five years, St. Andrew’s graduates have matriculated at twelve different high schools, with three or more students attending the following schools: Benjamin Franklin, De La Salle, Isidore Newman, Louise S. McGehee, Metairie Park Country Day,
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Small classes and caring teachers provide a challenging learning environment where children grow intellectually, socially, and spiritually. St. Andrew’s encourages faith formation and moral development by providing worship services, classroom instruction and opportunities for reflection and inquiry. Our students are excited about learning and about giving to others through community service.

We have an intimate, attractive campus featuring six classroom buildings and two playgrounds located on South Carrollton Avenue in Uptown New Orleans. Poised for growth, we plan on adding an additional classroom building in the near future to accommodate enrollment demand.