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Barrington, Rhode Island, USA view map
Co-Ed, No Religious Affiliation
63 Federal Road, Barrington, Rhode Island, USA
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Admissions Phone:401-246-1230 ext.3025Fax:401-246-0510
Although personal tours and interviews may always be scheduled, there are also a number of organized open houses that showcase our classes, students, teachers and learning environment. Please note that additional events may be scheduled in the near future.
Although personal tours and interviews can always be scheduled, there are also a number of organized open houses that showcase our classes, students, teachers and learning environment. Please note that additional events may be scheduled in the near future.
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Summary: At St. Andrew's we define success as having the ability to solve problems effectively, in ways that society needs and values. Success is also the ability to set and attain individual goals. The path to that success is a good education, one which develops both intellect and spirit, both mind and heart.
Department Director: Michael Morin
Average Class Size: 10
Full Time Teachers: 40
Teachers Holding Advanced Degrees: 70.00%
Student/Teacher Ratio: 5/1
Number of AP Courses Offered: 4
Summary: Our goal is to provide a homelike environment for all of our students. Boarders can participate in excursions to cultural events all over New England, join local friends at their homes or lounge in their dormitories or the student center. Athletic events, plays, and concerts are typically scheduled on weekends; art studios are often available for student use.
Department Director: Robert Tisdale
Number of Dorms: 4
Average Students Per Dorm: 18
No. of Girls Dorms: 1
No. of Boys Dorms: 3
Student Center/Game Room
Dress Code: Casual
Summary: The mission of the residential program at St. Andrew's is to enhance students' emerging confidence that comes with success in the classroom by providing a boarding experience that promotes good decision making, individual and community responsibility, and the refinement of the social skills needed to become productive and engaged young adults.
Clubs and Organizations
Summary: McCulloch Center for the Arts totaling 20,000 square feet. Keats Theatre with 280 seats, Griffiths Gallery for displaying student artwork, visual arts classrooms, ceramics classrooms, two kilns, music classrooms, graphic arts and digital photography classrooms. Two gymnasiums totaling 29,000 feet. Fitness Center, 4 tennis courts, 3 athletic fields, and an adventure ropes course.
Arts Department Director: Joanne Fayan
Athletics Department Director: Michael Hart
Summary: We take pride in the extensive and highly personalized approach to college guidance. Formal college counseling begins in the junior year with a meeting with the Director of College Counseling. During the fall of senior year, the Director of College Counseling works with each student to complete his/her college applications and to meet deadlines.
Department Director: Eric Hill
Percentage of Graduates Who Attend College: 100.00%
Middle Percentile of SAT Scores
Department Director: Harold Sands
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