- Human Rights
As a community, St. Andrew’s has established a culture that honors the sacred and personal trust that exists between adults and students in a residential school setting. Our faculty commit to the highest levels of professionalism in all interactions and conversations with students, and they understand, observe and protect the boundaries between the students and themselves.
Students should see the Dean of Wellness, Associate Head of School, Dean of Teaching and Learning, or the Head of School if for any reason they feel uncomfortable, confused, or disturbed by an interaction with a teacher or staff member.
- student safety & wellness