Summer School Programs FAQs
- What are the dates for Summer School?
- Is Summer School co-ed?
- What holidays are observed?
- Can courses be prorated?
- What are the health requirements to attend summer at St. Andrew's?
- Do you offer an "Early Bird" discount?
- What about lunch?
- Is there a uniform? / What is dress code?
- Where do I park to drop off/pick up my child?
- How will my child know where to go on their first day?
- How early can I drop off my child?
- Can my child miss days of school because we're going on a trip?
- Will I receive a report card for the course(s) my child took? When will this be mailed out?
- How do I transfer my child's credit to their school?
- Is there a supply / textbook list for Upper School classes?
- Is there a supply list for Lower School classes?
- Can I mail my payment, if so where?
- Do I have to be enrolled in the morning Summer School session to enroll in the afternoon Summer School session?
- When is the last day to enroll in Summer Programs?
No uniform for Summer School students. Dress code can be found in the Summer School Parent-Student Handbook.
“Examples of inappropriate attire include, but are not limited to, tube tops, bare midriffs, very short skirts, short shorts (shorts and skirts should be no shorter than fingertip length), swimwear, and tattered/torn clothing. No visible undergarments are allowed. Shoes, sandals, or slippers must be worn at all times. Hair and makeup should be natural in style and color to the student. The St. Andrew’s Schools does not permit clothing that is provocative, obscene, or displays advertisements for, or suggested use of tobacco, alcohol, illegal substances, sex or violence. The display of symbols that encourage divisiveness based on race, sex, sexual orientation, national origin, or other protected status is also forbidden.”
- Lower School/Middle School - yes.Please send a note with your child so we can inform his/her teachers.
- High School credit classes – allowed to miss 2 days. 3 days or more means no credit. 5 tardies or more also means no credit as stated in the Summer Programs Guide.
- Students taking non-credit classes can be absent more than 2 days.