Uniform Policy

A school uniform is an identifying symbol of a school’s individual characteristics. It identifies the young person as a student of St. Andrew’s Regional High School and should be worn with pride. The school uniform for girls is a white blouse, Gordon plaid kilt or medium gray dress pant and school  V-neck sweater, or V-neck sleeveless vest. The boys’ uniform is a white shirt, medium gray dress pants, tie and school  V-neck sweater, or V-neck sleeveless vest. There is a summer uniform as well which may be worn after Spring Break in March through Thanksgiving Day in the fall. All items are available through the school store.

This is how I explain what religion at this school teaches me. Sure I learn the history and analyze the Bible, but I also have been forming a set of morals and values that will go with me for the rest of my life. They are the foundation of who I am.
Breanna Student
I am very excited to be able to link my Olympic journey, full of trials and tribulations, back to a very important time and place in my life: St. Andrew's Regional High School.
Dave Calder Alumnus
I feel truly blessed to have had the privilege of attending St. Andrew’s Regional High School. St. Andrew’s has given me the opportunity to grow spiritually, academically, artistically, and athletically.
Nick Student