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St. Andrew’s Celebrates the Classes of 2004 and 2009

St. Andrew’s Celebrates the Classes of 2004 and 2009

St. Andrew’s welcomed home graduates from the Classes of 2004 and 2009 for their tenth and fifth year class reunions on October 4. Current and former faculty and staff joined our alumni in the Dell Fine Arts Center for a delicious brunch, presentations by our Heads […]

’04 and ’09 graduates, St. Andrew’s is celebrating YOU!

Join your classmates and former teachers this fall to celebrate your 5 or 10-year reunion! RSVP to reserve your spot at brunch and your ticket to ACL. Spread the word to your classmates; it is going to be a GREAT time!


Ashley Voticky ’04: Have Kindness, Will Travel

Ashley Voticky has always enjoyed helping people. After graduating from the University of Michigan, and working for a time, she felt like she wanted to do more for people. She decided to go back to school. Since graduating from Emory University with a degree in nursing, she has been traveling the country as a “travel […]

Lacy Shawn ’04: Scholar, Athlete, Artist, Servant

When we invited alums to send pictures of their activities this summer, we received an interesting set of pictures from Lacy Shawn ‘04, and asked to hear more. Please enjoy the interview below:

The original question was, “What are you doing this summer?”

I am a therapist at Meridell Achievement Center, a residential treatment […]

A Letter from Lucy to her St. Andrew’s Family

On September 26, Lucy Nazro, our beloved Head of School, announced that she will be stepping down from her duties at the end of this school year. Happily, she will remain an important part of St. Andrew’s in her new position as Special Counsel to the Board of Trustees and will act as a consultant […]

Ginny Walsh ’04: The Joy of Swimming: Graduate Project

Ginny Walsh ’04, began swimming when she was little and has been gliding through the water for years. While she was a student at St. Andrew’s Upper School, she anchored a growing swim team and was a multi-medaled All-Conference SPC swimmer. For her Senior Project, she decided to swim the Pailolo Channel between Maui and […]