St. Andrew's students learn as much outside the classroom as inside. Through meaningful service learning opportunities, wide-ranging student clubs, and a vibrant spiritual life, our students work, play, reflect and create with others who celebrate their talents and challenge their assumptions.
In Lower and Middle School, students partner with local organizations to serve and learn from members of the larger Jackson community. As their experience deepens, they begin assuming leadership roles and determining which causes mean the most to them. By the time students reach Upper School, they're developing leading original projects to create change locally, nationally, and internationally.
On campus, Middle and Upper Schoolers can choose from dozens of school clubs focused on artistic and cultural interests, sports and games, academic competition, religious faith, and student government. Students and their families join in our welcoming chapel services, make use of pastoral care offerings, and perform countless daily acts of compassion, reflection, and fellowship that bring us all closer together.
Bound by our Honor Code, inspired by their faith and their friends, St. Andrew's students hone their gifts and step out of their comfort zones knowing our entire community is cheering for them.