About St. Andrew’s
Founded in 1929 with an unprecedented commitment to financial aid, St. Andrew’s School is a coeducational, Episcopal, all-boarding school located on 2200 acres in Middletown, Delaware. St. Andrew’s has, for more than 90 years, been a school accessible to all students who are qualified for admission, regardless of their family’s financial means. Accessibility is the cornerstone of our distinctive school culture of kindness and equity. We are one of only three co-ed college prep high schools in the United States where all students board. Our challenging academic program is centered on collaboration, discussion, and authentic intellectual engagement. We offer 130 courses each year in 10 disciplines, and bring a wide variety of visiting speakers to campus each year for talks and classroom workshops. At St. Andrew’s you will live in community with our 310-plus students and 80 faculty—a community in which you will experience athletic and artistic growth; opportunities for leadership, and above all, belonging.
The St. Andrew’s experience is an education premised on proximity, connection, and congregation.
Head of School Joy McGrath
|SAS by the Numbers|
|Head of School||Joy McGrath ’92|
|Students of Color||41%|
|Average Class Size||10|
|Students Receiving Financial Aid||37%|
|Total Financial Aid Granted||$5,732,991|