St Andrews Public School's Mission Statement
St. Andrews Public School is a neighbourhood school which provides a safe, caring, nurturing environment with a strong academic focus. Students are expected to be responsible Canadian citizens.
St. Andrews school was built in 1959 on the estate of David and Mary Thomson, who were among the first settlers in Scarborough. The name honours their Scottish heritage.
Alternate Scarborough Education 1 (ASE 1) is housed in the building. The program offers semestered independent academic studies for students in Grades 11 - 12 .
More Information About St Andrews Public School
50 Years of Learning
A Wealth of Knowledge and Resources
School Community / Partnerships
- Homework Clubs
- Variety of clubs, teams, activities
- Home Reading Program
- Spirit Days, Character Assemblies
- Extensive Library Collection
- Grandparent Reading Program
- Family Literacy Nights
- Science Fair and Speech Arts