Residential Life Curriculum

St. Andrew’s Residential Life Curriculum is exciting and dynamic and includes an overall character-building program to help prepare students for university and beyond. Life in residence is carefully monitored by school Housemasters, Duty Masters and other staff, who help to create a safe, positive, and nurturing environment.

"Learning Strategies helps boys ease into boarding life. In addition to helping our students improve their study skills, the course helps to cultivate and develop decision-making skills, leadership skills, and time-management skills," says David Galajda, Director of Residential Life and Macdonald Housemaster.
 
The School also introduced a Social Awareness Curriculum, focusing on three themes: Embracing Diversity, Health & Wellness, and Ethical Decision Making. Galajda says the program provides the School with “a moral compass throughout the academic year.”
 
Through a series of leadership and club activities, sports, arts, outreach, fun events, and The Complete Weekend program, boarders enjoy a unique camaraderie, and develop lifelong memories and lasting friendships. 

 
St. Andrew’s includes three Upper School boarding residences and one Middle School boarding residence. Each residence has a unique character and history of its own.

With a non-stop pace that challenges and engages boys academically, athletically, and artistically, St. Andrew’s College offers a truly, once-in-a-lifetime experience.
St. Andrew's College
15800 Yonge Street, Aurora, ON L4G 3H7 Canada
Tel: 905-727-3178