St. Andrew’s School – A Savannah Private School recognized as one of the most challenging high schools in the nation

Savannah, GA–St. Andrew’s School recently received recognition as one of the most challenging high schools in the nation.  This marks the second year in a row for the Savannah private school to receive the honor.  The Washington Post’s Jay Mathews has been ranking the most challenging schools in the country for 15 years.

 

“I’m thrilled that St. Andrew’s is again being recognized for one of our distinguishing characteristics–that we provide a challenging curriculum to all of our students while giving them the individual attention and supportive environment they need to help them meet that challenge,” said Sara Rubinstein, Upper School Head.  “Through making our International Baccalaureate program accessible to all students, not just the top 2% of any class, we fulfill our promise to give each St. Andrew’s student the high quality learning environment our families expect and deserve.”

 

St. Andrew’s is the only private school in Georgia to be recognized on the most challenging list.  View the Post’s challenging list at http://apps.washingtonpost.com/local/highschoolchallenge/schools/2013/list/private/

 

St. Andrew’s is an independent International Baccalaureate World School committed to being a leader in 21st Century teaching and learning, which includes a curricular focus on creativity, communication, critical thinking, collaboration, and character.  For more information on the Pre-K 3 through Grade Twelve school, visit www.saintschool.com or call 897.4941.

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