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St. Andrew's College



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St. Andrew's College
15800 Yonge Street 
Aurora, ON 
L4G 3H7 

Phone: 905-727-3178 
Email: admission@sac.on.ca 

 

School Information:


Gender: All-Boys
School Size: 570
Grades: 5-12
Boarding: Yes


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Description: St. Andrews College (SAC) is an independent, all-boys preparatory school for grades
5-12. Located 40 minutes north of Toronto in the town of Aurora, our 110-acre campus is home to a mix of 570 residential and day students. SAC offers a rigorous academic curriculum with multiple Advanced Placement (AP) opportunities, and a rich, activity-based educational environment. A wireless tablet program adds to the learning experience, incorporating the latest technology into the classroom. We welcome boys from around the world with strong academic backgrounds who also want to become active members of our community. As set out in our mission statement, SACs academic program is complemented by a wide range of co-curricular and extra-curricular activities designed to develop 'the complete man, the well-rounded citizen. All boys participate in our extensive athletic program (56 teams across 22 sports) and the 106-year-old Cadet Corps. Many of our students also choose to participate in SACs internationally acclaimed arts, drama and music programs, and are active in photography, SAC TV, community outreach and more.

A St. Andrews education is like no other. Graduates gain entry to top universities in Canada, the U.S. and abroad, and are renowned for their strong values, dedication to community, lasting achievements and lifelong friendships. To learn more, please visit our website at www.sac.on.ca

 
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Year Founded: 1899
Religious Affiliation: Non-Religious
Endowment: $23,000,000
Campus Size: 110 acres

Enrollment

Number of Boarding Students: 250
Boarding Grades: 6-12
Number of Day Students: 320
Day Grades: 5-12
 
University Placement: View Placement Statistics

 
 
Programs
 
Advanced Placement Classes (AP):
  • Biology   
  • Calculus AB   
  • Calculus BC   
  • Chemistry   
  • Chinese Language   
  • Computer Science A   
  • Computer Science AB   
  • English Literature   
  • French Language   
  • Geography   
  • Macroeconomics   
  • Microeconomics   
  • Physics   
  • Spanish Language   
  • Statistics   
  • Studio Art   
  • US History    
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    Sports:
  • Alpine Skiing   
  • Badminton   
  • Baseball   
  • Basketball   
  • Cricket   
  • Cross-Country Running   
  • Curling   
  • Fencing   
  • Football   
  • Golf   
  • Ice Hockey   
  • Lacrosse   
  • Nordic Ski Racing   
  • Rugby   
  • Soccer   
  • Softball   
  • Squash   
  • Swimming   
  • Table Tennis   
  • Tennis   
  • Track and Field   
  • Triathlon   
  • Volleyball   
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    Clubs/Activities:
  • Arts Council   
  • Cadet Corps   
  • Chess Club   
  • Christian Fellowship   
  • Community Service   
  • Debating Society   
  • Drama Society   
  • Environmental Club   
  • Film and Video Club   
  • International Affairs Club   
  • Literary Magazine   
  • Math Club   
  • Outreach Committee   
  • Philosophy Club   
  • Photography   
  • Residential Life Council   
  • Robotics Club   
  • SAC TV   
  • Student Business Club   
  • Student Publications   
  • Yearbook    
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    Arts and Media:
  • Cadet Band   
  • Classical and Musical Productions   
  • Experimental Theatre   
  • Jazz Ensemble   
  • Media Arts   
  • Pipes & Drums Band   
  • Strings Ensemble   
  • Visual Arts   
  • Wind Ensemble   

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    Tuition
     
    Day School Tuition: $27,730 - $27,730
    Boarding School Tuition: $44,616 - $46,850
    Financial Assistance: The 119 members of the Class of 2011 received 499 offers of admission, 143 from outside Canada. On average there were 4.2 acceptances for each student. The graduating class received more than $1.3 million in scholarships and awards toward their post-secondary education, and 72% graduated as Ontario Scholars.

     
     
    Admissions
     
    Application Deadline (Day): Rolling
    Application Deadline (Boarding): Rolling
    Acceptance Rates: 32%
    Interview Required: Yes
    SSAT Required: Yes
    Application Requirements: 1. Application Form and fee 2. Confidential Teacher Recommendation 3. School Transcript or Report Cards 4. SSAT Entrance Exam 5. Interview with Admission Staff

     
     
    Admission Entry Points
     
    Day School Entry Points:
    Entry into Grade: Number of Students Admitted:
    5-12All grades
     
    Boarding School Entry Points:
    Entry into Grade: Number of Students Admitted:
    6-12All grades