St. Andrew's School

Rhode Island, USA

St. Andrew's is an open-access IB World School, offering both the middle years and diploma programs. The school maintains their commitment to service, action, and inclusion through The Chapin Tradition: an experiential learning component centered around practical educational opportunities such as internships and global service initiatives is carried out through service learning projects both domestically and abroad.

Post Graduate Program partners with Syracuse University to offer college-credit courses, and students interested in the arts have access to weekend classes at Rhode Island School of Design.


Number of students: 225
Teacher-student ratio: 1:5
Year of foundation: 1893
Grades: 9–12, PG
Type of campus: suburban
Summer School: no
Lenght of stay: semester and more

About campus

St. Andrew's is located in a coastal community with access to beaches, and we are located ten minutes from downtown Providence and one hour from Boston. Both Boston and New York City are accessible by train. Campus includes a state of the art science center, the McCulloch Center for the Arts with spaces for visual and digital arts, music, and theater, multiple academic buildings, and athletic facilities including a recently-built Squash Center.

Interesting facts

Graduates have been accepted to these universities

Darthmouth College

University of Pennsylvania

School of the Art Institute of Chicago

The Culinary Arts Academy Switzerland

University of Connecticut