Our school community (family) welcomes you to learn about Andrews Academy, a private independent school, where each child is welcomed as a unique individual who learns and grows from an advanced curriculum with an emphasis on fostering self-confidence, initiative for learning, relationships, and healthy decision making.  All within a value oriented culture (environment) of respect, responsibility, caring honesty, and perseverance.  

The first step in the admissions process is to visit with our Head of School and admissions staff to learn about the Andrews Academy difference and tour our classrooms.  Visit and tours are available Monday through Friday by appointment.  Please contact Allison Sieputowski in the school office at 314-878-1883 for a personal visit and tour.  We look forward to seeing you.  

Return the completed application to Andrews Academy with the $350.00 New Family Registration Fee. This fee is a one time only, upon initial registration, non-refundable fee.

The student is asked to participate in an assessment and interview.  Assessments and interviews are scheduled in the morning which allows the student to shadow in their grade level classroom in the afternoon if desired.  

Admission decisions are made on a timely basis following the assessment and interview.  The Head of School and admissions staff will confer to reach an admission decision based on the following criteria:

  • Personal interview with parents & students
  • Entrance assessment
  • Previous school records, if applicable 
  • Recommendations
  • Sibling and legacy status

All of these factors are considered to determine admission of your child.  Andrews Academy is a member of the Independent Schools of St. Louis and admits students of any race , color, national or ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the school. It does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national and ethnic origin in administration of its educational and admissions policies, and school-administered programs.

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