St. Andrew's-Sewanee School
St. Andrew's-Sewanee School (est. 1868) is a private, coeducational, Episcopal, day and boarding school, located on an historic campus high atop the Cumberland Plateau in Tennessee. At SAS, students are challenged to fulfill their greatest potential while learning to cultivate lives of balance and joy.
7:45 AM - Yum! Biscuits and eggs in beautiful Robinson Dining Hall
8:00 AM - Start the day listening to schoolmates perform in McCrory Hall
9:00 AM - Biology, Pottery, Shakespeare, Art History, Chinese. What will it be?
10:30 AM - Take a break in the library or step outside for a game of Frisbee
NOON - What’s for lunch? Soups, salads, entrees, and ice cream
1:00 PM - Film Making, Chemistry, U.S. History. 100 courses to choose from.
3:30 PM - Grab your helmet, paint brush, or script for afternoon programs
6:00 PM - Visit with friends and faculty members over dinner
7:30 PM - Time to study. Need help? Your house parent is ready.
9:30 PM - Time to relax, rest, and get ready for tomorrow!
Weekend activities include a variety of cultural and recreational opportunities on campus, in Sewanee, and in the region. Students can catch a move at the University of the South or gather a group of friends for school-sponsored trips to professional sporting events, concerts, shopping, and more. Enjoying a game of and some late night home baked cookies in the student union is always an option.
Visit our website at www.sasweb.org.
Director of Admission and Financial Aid