Exploring the world beyond the boundaries of our campus—getting to know our local community and experiencing the unique cultural resources of the region—is an essential component of a St. Andrew's education.
St. Andrew's School is located in Middletown, Delaware, at the heart of the Mid-Atlantic region. Our 2,100-acre campus provides a myriad of activities for students and visitors alike. Middletown is a growing community that provides both a small-town historic atmosphere, and many of the conveniences—arts and entertainment, restaurants, boutique and big-box stores—of larger cities.
There is so much to do and explore on the Delmarva Peninsula and in the Mid-Atlantic generally. We've listed some of our favorite regional adventures and student excursions on this page, and encourage you to take advantage of one or more of these opportunities during your next visit to campus!
Tour historic homes in Odessa, Delaware
Explore Winterthur Museum & Garden in Winterthur, Delaware, the preeminent collection of American decorative arts
Visit the Nanticoke Indian Museum in Millsboro, Delaware
Take a hike in Brandywine Creek State Park
Learn about early American industry & duPont family history (our founder, A. Felix duPont, was a member) at the Hagley Museum in Wilmington
Camp in the company of wild horses on Assateague Island National Seashore
Wander through one of the most powerful collections of 20th century art in the world at The Barnes Foundation Museum in Philadelphia
Take a boat to remote, car-free Tangier Island, "soft-shell crab capital" of the U.S.
Attend a First Sunday Arts Festival in Annapolis, Maryland