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Our faculty are committed to providing a stimulating classroom experience that leverages the latest research in the areas of pedagogy and technology.
SAC students have the opportunity to travel with their peers to Europe, Africa, Asia and South America through programs such as SASSAW and the Battlefields Trip.
Pride in Performance: SAC students are poets, musicians, actors, painters, and film makers.
Living away from home teaches independence, life skills, and will allow your son to take even greater advantage of the co-curricular evening programs. Save the travel time to and from school!
The School’s second Headmaster from 1900-1935, Rev. D. Bruce Macdonald, did not want students in the stands; he wanted students on the playing fields! That remains a central focus of the St. Andrew's approach today.
Cadet Inspection on the Quad, May 2013
As a member of the Cadet Corps, students are involved in:
Among our many traditions, one of the oldest and most colourful is the #142 St. Andrew’s College Highland Cadet Corps. Now celebrating its 105th year, the Cadet program has evolved over the past century into a broad-based spectrum of leadership training that teaches teamwork, and recognizes both individual and group achievement.
This ‘leadership journey,' which starts in grade 8 and continues until their grade 12 year, allows SAC students the opportunity to rise through the ranks and lead their peers in the establishment of future leaders.
The Cadet Corps training year culminates in three annual ceremonial events, the Church Parade, the Headmaster's Inspection and the Annual Cadet Review. For more information on Cadet Corps, click here or contact the Commanding Officer, Major Brian McCue.
Outgoing Cadet Commanding Officer Scott Wood ’13 was invited to join the 48th Highlanders for training exercises in Meaford.
It was a beautiful afternoon on the Quad for attendees of the 108th Annual Cadet Inspection held on Sat., May 4.
The most prestigious medal bestowed by the Royal Canadian Army Cadet program has been awarded to grade 12 student Scott Wood.
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