1. As a diploma requirement, all Upper School students must complete a minimum of 40 hours of community service. In order to qualify for the Andrean Diploma with Honour, 30 of the 40 volunteer hours must have taken place off-campus.
  2. Upper School students from out-of-province must complete 10 hours of community service for every year they attend school in Ontario.
  3. All Middle School students are expected to complete a minimum of 15 hours of community service by the end of Grade 8.
  4. Students, in collaboration with their parents and advisors, will decide how they will fulfill the community service requirement. A plan for completion of volunteer work must be filed with the advisor on a yearly basis.
  5. Students will maintain a record of their volunteer activities using the printable recording sheet available on the Home page of this website.  It should be filled out completely and submitted to the Community Service Coordinator only after the student inputs the information on the CS app on Edsby.

List of 5 news stories.

  • SAC's 2018 SASSAW squad practices setting up tents on the Quad before leaving for their adventuare in India.

    Follow the SAC trip to India

    You are invited to tag along – virtually – as 17 boys head to India on a three-week adventure.
  • Sharing a meal in Cole Hall.

    Seniors take field trip to visit SAC

    Four buses arrived on campus Tuesday morning, greeted by Middle School boys eager to welcome some special visitors to SAC.
  • Community service award recipients

    At the October Academic Assembly, 37 Upper School students and eight Middle School students were presented with awards in recognition of their community service hours.
  • Boys become Holiday Heroes to youth in need

    We are in our 11th year of the Holiday Hero program and the mission remains the same: giving to young people in need of support.
  • Middle School boys collecting loose change

    Boys of SAC making a difference

    Over the past two weeks, St. Andrew’s boys have done a tremendous job helping out our community.
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