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SA’s favorite pep rally?

Olivia Campbell, Student Life Editor

November 15, 2017

Filed under Student News

This year the Saints have been everywhere from candy land to outer space. On the afternoon of every home football game, the cheer and dance teams lead the rest of the student body in an hour of spirited fun to prepare both players...

SA’s Thanksgiving

November 13, 2017

The Freshmen’s “Starting Something New”

Xenia Minton, Staff Writer

October 23, 2017

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High school at the Upper School is nothing like High School Musical. No one sings and dances at lunch tables, and there is no time to belt out ballads in the locker room. Instead, everyone is rushing to get to class on time and...

The Stress of Being a Student Athlete

Audrey Koltz, Staff Writer

October 23, 2017

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Imagine having a test, quizzes, presentations, and other school work in one week. Seems hectic, right? Now, add on sports practices, workouts, and games that wipe out F3 study hall and a few hours after school. Yikes... On...

Puppies, and Cats, and Squirrels, Oh My!

Miley Ray, staff writer

October 11, 2017

Filed under Showcase, Student News

  Puppies, and Cats, and Squirrels, Oh My!      On October 5, during block F3, St. Andrew’s had its first St. Francis day chapel where students were allowed to bring their pets. This chapel service was held outside...

Homecoming Fun!

Jackson Van Meter

October 10, 2017

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On Friday, September 22 the St. Andrew’s Upper School joined the Lower School for the first Pep Rally in the Athletic and Recreational Center. Afterward, they enjoyed a pizza lunch together by the lake. The pep rally was held ...

Saints to perform “The Curious Savage”

Olivia Campbell, Student Life editor

October 4, 2017

Filed under Student News

This October, the Saints will take to the stage for a performance of the famous The Curious Savage, a comedic play written by John Patrick. Ray McFarland, Director of the center for Performing Arts will bring the play to life. “This...

Q&A with AP Euro Teacher Mrs. Patrick

David DuCote, Staff Writer

May 15, 2017

Filed under Student News

As one of the hardest courses offered at St. Andrew’s and having one of the lowest “five rates in all of the AP exams, the AP European History Exam is no joke. AP Euro has a rate of 7.9% of the people who take it make a five,...

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