St. Andrew’s Episcopal School: Nurturing Mind & Spirit
Established in 2001, St. Andrew’s Episcopal School is a year-around, non-profit Episcopal School with a Montessori program. Accredited through the Southwestern Association of Episcopal Schools and a full member of the American Montessori Society, SAES enrolls children ages twelve months through six years old.
We are truly an all-embracing community, with respect for diversity and individuality. We strive to display this core value in all we do. In addition to an open invitation to our families to share in the life of the parish, we have a chapel service once a week for the Early Childhood (3-5 year old) class. As an Episcopal Montessori program, we hold a global perspective. The philosophies of the Episcopal Church, St. Andrew’s Episcopal Church and Montessori education are all-embracing.
We are a welcoming, faith-based Montessori school that educates and nurtures the whole child and family with love and respect.
The Whole Child:
We use a child-directed Montessori approach to nurture the emotional, spiritual and academic development of the whole child while fostering respect for self, others, and the environment.
We provide a family-oriented environment built on trust and respect, where relationships can be developed through a network of extended resources.
We are inclusive of children and families of all faiths and backgrounds and strive to build relationships and connections between the school, church, and community.
We offer quality programs consistent with the Montessori philosophy that enrich the lives of our students and their families.
Our children and families enjoy fellowship in a Christian faith community through prayer, worship, and community service.
We will create a program-driven environment that is welcoming, safe, and supportive of our mission.