The St. Andrew's School Archive collection is an ongoing project aimed at preserving the School's rich history. Many individuals have helped to compile these archives, including Bill Amos, Ellie Washburn, Bob Moss and Edith M. Pell, Wife of St. Andrew's  first Headmaster, who captured the School's early years in her scrapbooks. Committed archivists Alice M. Ryan and Chester Baum have also helped bring St. Andrew's past to life.

Browse our archival collections, research the School's history and delve into nearly a century of life and learning at
St. Andrew's. You can also peruse the "From the Archive" bulletins.

   
 
  
 
 

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Collected Student Notes


Edith Pell saved these notes in her 1st scrapbook. One shows the crushing - by way of a shoe - the Lower Forms by the Sixth Form. Another expresses the need for revenge against the Sixth Form. The third note calls for tolerance, not revenge.

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