As a 21st century boarding school, St. Andrew's is committed
to global education. In 2012-2013, our
international students make up 14% of our student body and come from 16
countries. We welcome the international
students who bring many valuable perspectives to our community and we encourage
students from around the world to apply for admission.
St. Andrew's School is committed to enrolling students from diverse international backgrounds who enrich the classroom and the community with their experiences and unique understanding of the world. We offer a liberal arts education that prepares young scholars to participate successfully and ethically in a global society. International diversity in our community means much more than holding a passport from a country other than the United States. We seek students who not only are highly successful in their academic endeavors, but also those who are well-rounded athletically, artistically and socially. The most successful international applicants and students at St. Andrew's are excited to share their unique backgrounds with others, and gain exposure to other cultures through full participation in all aspects of the community.
International student admission to St. Andrew’s
is highly selective.
Students must be fluent in English in order
to be considered for admission. The TOEFL (in addition to the SSAT) is required if English is your second language. A successful international applicant will score 100 or better on the TOEFL. The median TOEFL score over the last few years has been a 102. A campus visit is also
recommended because we would like to get to know you in person. If travel to
our campus is not possible, please contact us to see if it possible to arrange a Skype interview. Skype interviews will only be offered to students who meet fluency requirements and completed applications.
Our Viewbook and Application Materials can be viewed and downloaded from these web pages. We would be happy to give you our school catalog when you arrive on campus for your tour and interview.