List of 20 news stories.

  • Henry Paluch (left) with other winners of the competition

    SAC’s youngest pipers prove their worth!

    Congratulations go out to the two youngest members of the Pipes & Drums, Middle School pipers Henry Paluch, grade 7 and Roy Huang, grade 8.
  • Exciting March 3 Finale for Saints Curling

    Both the Boys Division and Open Division Saints Curling teams were in games that were tied heading into their sixth and final ends at the East York Curling Club on Friday, March 3.
  • (l-r) Tania Wybenga, Keith and Melissa Ramon, Jan Stainer-White

    Ironman teacher aims to raise $100K

    The Commanding Officer’s Parade in Yuill Gym yesterday was pre-empted with a surprise announcement for unsuspecting Civilian Officer, Keith Ramon.
  • William Deo '17, COSSOT STEM Council Co-Chair, addresses conference participants

    Conference inspires students to consider STEM fields

    A group of 25 St. Andrew’s students recently attended a STEM conference aimed at raising awareness of opportunities in the fields of science, technology, engineering, and math.
  • Red Team

    U14 Squash wins CISAA finals

    Both the SAC Red and SAC White U14 squash teams had a great performance yesterday on the SAC squash courts.
  • U16 Saints basketball out in semis

    The U16 Basketball team headed to St. Mike's to do battle with the undefeated Kerry Blues in the U16 semi-final on March 1.
  • Skip Jacob Crocker

    Curling Saints thru to finals

    Both the Boys and Open Division St. Andrew's Curling teams travelled to the Toronto Cricket, Skating and Curling Club to February 28 to vie for a spot in the CISAA finals.
  • Ski Team at OFSAA in Collingwood

    Ski teams caps season with OFSAA silver

    The SAC Level 1 Alpine team spent the last two days at OFSAA in Collingwood, representing the CISAA at the Provincial Championships.
  • Freedom to Read Week: Celebrating our rights and freedoms

    This week is Freedom to Read Week across Canada. Our right to choose what we read is enshrined in the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms. Sue Hayter, School Librarian, believes that’s worth celebrating: “The freedom to choose what we read –  intellectual freedom – is a cornerstone of democracy. In Canada, we are lucky to have the choice - whether we agree with the point of view or not.”
  • SAC swimmers medal at CISAA

    The Senior Saints Swim team brought home the 2017 CISAA Swimming Championship trophy from the meet held February 22 at the University of Toronto. As well, SAC’s Junior and Open teams earned second-place finishes in their divisions.
  • Jenny Kay Dupuis (left) and Sue Hayter

    The legacy of residential schools

    Last Friday, Anishinaabe/Ojibway author, Jenny Kay Dupuis, visited St. Andrew’s College to talk to students and staff about the making of her book I am Not a Number.
  • U14 Hockey's playoff hopes dashed

    The U14 Hockey Saints hosted their rivals from Crescent School in their last regular season game February 22. The boys knew that this game was their ticket to the playoffs. A win would secure third place overall, but either a tie or a loss meant that they would fall to 5th place.
  • 1st Basketball season ends

    The First Basketball team headed down to UCC Wednesday afternoon for their final regular season game.
  • Hale Lee and Jacob Crocker

    Curlers positioned for playoffs and finals

    Wednesday afternoon, the curling Saints hosted two schools at their home ice at the Bradford Curling Club. These matches would establish some final match ups as we head into our finals next week.
  • JV B-Ball ends with a win

    Although officially eliminated from playoff contention, the JV Basketball Saints played their final regular season game against the #4 ranked De La Salle Oaklands. 
     
  • (l-r) Coach Steve Rush, Mihai Ciuciureanu, Conor Woodroffe, and Filip Grantcharov

    JV Squash wins championship

  • (l-r) Matvei Beliaev, EvgenyMakeshin, Zi Yu Han, and Peter Zhang use their Tetris skills to organize some soup cans

    Andreans help the community, one can at a time

    On February 4, a team of 10 determined Andreans headed to the Good Shepherd Mission in downtown Toronto to help sort through “tons” of donated food.  
  • Playoffs here we come...

    The U16A Saints Hockey team concluded their regular season today with a 4-1 win over St. Mike's.
     
  • Liam Hadcock (centre) was the winner of the School's Geographic Challenge 2017. With runner-up, Mason Wright (right), and Jack Oomen (left), who placed third.

    Geography knowledge put to the test

    Grade 8 student Liam Hadcock is this year’s school champion in the Canadian Geographic Challenge.
  • Oli Harris

    Nordic Ski wins CISAA championship

    Congratulations to the Nordic Junior Boys and Senior Boys teams for winning the CISAA championship for 2017.
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