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Whether your son is a boarder or day boy, the School’s Doctor and Nurses will take good care of him.
One of the best kept secrets at St. Andrew’s is the Sewing Centre located in the basement of Macdonald House.
Where your son can purchase clothing, school supplies and a spare toothbrush! SAC hats, ties, coffee mugs and more are available online. To order books online, click here.
PARENTS GUILD ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING 2013Wednesday, June 5, 201310 a.m.Memorial Chapel
In preparation for the meeting, please refer to the following documents:
If you will be attending the AGM on Wednesday, please register withLori Ochocinski. For further information contact Karen Seto, Parent Guild President 2012-13.
The Parents Guild of St. Andrew's College is constituted for the enhancement of student life in all its diversity, to foster Andrean community spirit, and to provide scholarship and bursary assistance.
For a list of the current Parents Guild Executive Members, please see the following: Parents Guild 2012-13 Executive Members.
The President of the Parents Guild attends the School Board of Governors meetings. To read copies of the reports made to the Board, please click below.
Sign up to volunteer for an Open House, MacPherson Tournament, Orientation Day and more! Volunteering is a great way to get to know your son's School and other parents. To view the Parent Volunteer Form and list of opportunites, please click here.
The SAC Parents Guild is constituted for the enhancement of student life in all of its diversity to foster Andrean community spirit, and to provide scholarship and bursary assistance to the current students of St. Andrew’s College.
Membership in the Guild is automatic for every parent. There is an annual fee of $25/yr per family that helps defray some of the costs of events.
For more information, please click here.
To view the Parent Guild Constitution, please click here.
Interguild is an organization which brings together representatives of Guild/Parent Associations of Independent Schools in Ontario, which are members of the Conference of Independent Schools (CIS).
From seven member schools in 1989 they now represent approximately 40 CIS schools located in Ontario. The Interguild Executive consists of between 8 and 12 members representing different member schools.
To learn more about the Interguild,see their Facebook page.
Middle School and Upper School daybooks.
Does your employer offer a potential exciting community service opportunity for our students? Contact Sharen Turner.