Situated on 81 acres just five miles from the Atlantic Ocean in a central residential area of 波卡拉顿, Saint Andrew’s breathtaking campus showcases tropical foliage, 榕树, 还有一个标志性的湖.
We offer individual campus tours on the following days and times.
Please call our office to schedule: 561.210.2020.
较低的学校: 10:00 am & 1:00 pm Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday
中学: 8:45 am, 10:45 am, 1:45 pm Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday
上学校: 8:45 am, 10:45 am, 1:45 pm Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday
高中寄宿: 9:00 am, 11:00 am, 2:00 pm Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday
Our students have the benefits of this stunning gated campus featuring three separate and age-appropriate areas for Lower, 中间, and 上学校 divisions, sweeping athletic fields, and outstanding facilities supporting the arts.
The Nina and Edgar Otto 较低的学校 校园 is located on the southwest part of campus. 学生 in our pre-kindergarten through grade 2 attend classes in the Moabery Early Years Learning Center, while students in grades 3 through 5 benefit from classes just a hallway away in the 较低的学校.
The Barad Family 中学 校园 is located on the eastern part of campus. 学生 in grades 6 - 8 attend classes in an open air pod system with traditional and modern educational classrooms surrounded by an ecological preserve.
The 上学校 campus, which serves grades 9 -12, is located on the western part of campus and features newer facilities, including the introduction of the Dr. Albert Cohen Family Center for Entrepreneurial Studies in 2018 and the renovations of Andrews Hall in 2019 and 亨德森大厅/帕克图书馆 in 2021. The final phase of the school's Master 校园 Plan, includes reconstructing Rooks Hall, the oldest and largest classroom building on campus.
这 new construction of Rooks Hall will deeply impact our ability to deliver world-class academic programs and transform our 上学校 校园 to the highest level of excellence, fostering innovation and collaborative work. Highlights will include state-of-the-art classroom spaces designed to support active learning, an expanded learning resource center that will address learning differences and styles as seen in today’s students, and designated faculty areas that will enhance and encourage interdisciplinary collaboration.
Contact us at (561) 210-2020 to schedule your campus tour.