St. Andrew's students enjoy many opportunities to explore personal hobbies and passions in our community. Formal and informal organizations and clubs abound. As interest ebbs and flows, the titles change, but the number of active clubs is usually between 20 and 30. Club activity covers a range of interests and clubs play key roles in many areas of campus life. Notably, students of all ages are able to participate in any club, or even start their own club.
A few highlights:
- Students interested in publishing have several options including the School newspaper, The Cardinal, and the School literary magazine, The Andrean. In addition, the VI Form publishes The Griffin, our yearbook.
- The Environmental Stewards play an active role in community education and planning, working with various groups on campus to ensure that St. Andrew's strives to be a sustainable school.
- Because of overwhelming student interest, the schools'
many community service initiatives were unified under the leadership of
the Community Service Club. The Club coordinates all the community service opportunities that St. Andrew's offers.
- The St. Andrew's Pipes & Drums Corps helps welcome guests to campus during special events and energizes athletes during sports games.