Welcome to St Andrew's College

Welcome to St Andrew’s College, a fully-independent, co-educational school for pre-school to Year 13 day and boarding students. At St Andrew’s, proud Scottish Presbyterian traditions and values, academic rigour, and exceptional sporting, cultural and leadership opportunities combine for an education that is truly world class and a life experience that is unforgettable.

Life at St Andrew's

Message for Prospective Parents 

Thank you for visiting our website – we hope you find it informative and that it reflects the wonderful diversity that our students experience here at the College. 

Our vision is that St Andrew’s students will be active participants in a dynamic community of learners and inspired to become valued citizens and enthusiastic learners for life. We will nurture the development of talent and creative ability through a balanced exposure to academic, cultural, service, social, spiritual and sporting opportunities.

In 2015 we proudly celebrate 24 years of co-education. There are many benefits for students in a co-educational environment. Click here to find out what they are.

We welcome you to come and take a look around and invite you to book a guided tour at a time that suits you.  We look forward to showing you around so you can feel the spirit of St Andrew’s. Click here to view our 2015 open day and boarding road show dates.

Back to School Information - 2015

Preparatory School students start back on Wednesday 28 January at 8.30am and are to go straight to their classroom. Please note that school finishes at 2.30pm on Wednesday.

Year 9 have their Orientation Day on Wednesday 28 January and should be at school at 8.15am. Senior students will be available to guide all new students to the Quad. Students can be collected from school at 3.30pm.

We encourage all Year 9 students and their parents to attend the orientation evening on Thursday 29 January from 6.00pm in the Gymnasium. Students come in “mufti” and will be entertained by the peer support group at a BBQ while parents meet with the Rector and staff.

YEARS 10 – 13
Years 10 – 13 start school on Thursday 29 January at 8.20am and should go to the Gymnasium for assembly.

We invite new students from Years 10 - 13 and their parents to meet in the Strowan Dining Room at 3.30pm on Wednesday 28 January. After a quick meeting you will go with your relevant Dean for some information and introductions.

Secondary School students are not required to be at school on Friday 30 January.

Step Into Our Future - Our Fundraising Campaign

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This is Us

Students from St Andrew's College TV and Film Academy made this lipdub video. The idea was pitched by student head of television Blake Morgan and widely supported by students and staff at the College. Filmed in one day, with only one or two takes for each section, almost every student in the school was involved.

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From The Rector


At the beginning of the year St Andrew’s set a College-wide theme for the ‘Year of Innovation & Collaboration’.

We committed to supporting and encouraging teachers to try different things, reach out to other networks and seek alliances which would widen students’ boundaries and imagination.

Triumph at Sheilah Winn

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At this year’s Sheilah Winn Shakespeare Festival, St Andrew’s College entered two student directed pieces in the regional competition: a five minute scene from Macbeth and a 15 minute scene from Henry VI, Part 1. 

Chapel Update


Last year we closed the chapter on the heartfelt story of the Memorial Chapel.

The Memorial Chapel has painstakingly been deconstructed and the area where it stood, levelled and grassed. The next phase is about rebuilding, and concept plans for the new Chapel are progressing to working drawings.

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