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Harnessing the power and energy of young boys' minds.
Each day begins and ends touching base with a faculty advisor.
Every boy can be part of a team and choose from 22 sports.
Every Tuesday Middle Schoolers explore improv, drumming, visual arts, or public speaking.
Boys feel satistisfied with a full day of classes, activities, sports, food and fun.
St. Andrew's College encourages Middle School students to volunteer a minimum of fifteen hours by the end of grade 8. The hours may be completed at any time during grades six to eight (holidays included), and must be recorded on the Community Service recording sheet (available on the CS conference and web site), and submitted to Rev. Roffey in order for students to be properly accredited. Any hours completed in Middle School will be counted toward the Middle School Community Service pin recognizing 15 hours of volunteering, or toward any of the Upper School Community Service pins or tie. However, Middle School hours will not be counted toward the forty hours required for secondary school graduation and the OSSD.
In order to aid the students in finding volunteer positions, St. Andrew's has a number of resources. In the Middle School, Mrs. Berman often provides lunch hour opportunities at the school, and posts others on the class conferences (e.g.when one of the Upper School CS events is appropriate for Middle School students). Students also have access to the Community Service conference on First Class which outlines all CS events at St. Andrew's, as well as the Community Service website which not only has a posting of CS events, but also has information on school and government volunteer policies, links to local volunteer websites, and contact information.
If you have any questions, please contact one of the following:
Mrs. Pries: Community Service CoordinatorRev. Roffey: Database ManagerMrs. Berman: Middle School Community Service