School Details

St. Andrew the Apostle School

6720 B Union Mill Road, Clifton, VA 20124
(703) 817-1774
NR

(out of 10)

Private Grades PK-8 197 students 16 students/teacher (VA avg is 17)

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About this school

St. Andrew the Apostle School is a private middle school in Clifton. The principal of St. Andrew the Apostle School is Mrs. Mary Baldwin, who can be contacted at mbaldwin@standrew-clifton.org. 197 children attend St. Andrew the Apostle School and identify as White, non-Hispanic; Hispanic; and Asian/Pacific Islander. The ratio of students to teachers at St. Andrew the Apostle School is 16:1. Liberty Middle School is one of the nearest middle schools.

Student Ethnicities

Ethnicity School District
White, non-Hispanic 81% %
Hispanic 8% %
Asian/Pacific Islander 8% %
Black, non-Hispanic 3% %
Native American or Native Alaskan 0.5% %

Community ratings & reviews

  • (1 year ago)

    Small student to teacher ratio (averaging 19 kids per class) gives both advanced students and non-traditional learners the one-on-one attention and opportunities they need to reach their full potential. The school fosters a caring environment which feels more like an extended-family. The award-winning teachers and staff mentor students to win state-wide competitions in Battle of the Books Math Counts and Robotics Club. Students at St. Andrews have a very high acceptance rate to prestigious high schools where they continue to excel.

  • (2 years ago)

    After transferring from the local public school system to St. Andrews our experience has been beyond positive. We are thrilled with the academics and are continually impressed by the faculty's ability to teach across curriculum. No learning opportunity is ignored. Student's happiness and well being are top priorities and the thoughtfulness of faculty and staff is felt by students and parents alike. The small environment has been wonderful at meeting each child's strengths and areas of concern. Safety was an important issue with us when we transferred and I feel confident in the school's ability to handle a crisis. I noticed an earlier review that stated students attend mass twice a week but in the time that we have been there mass is once a week. I'm thankful we were able to find this gem of a school.

  • (2 years ago)

    I have two younger children at St. Andrew and I am a very happy parent. My children are thriving in this school due to the challenging curriculum the dedicated staff and teachers and the very loving environment. This is a small school (only one class per grade) where all the teachers and staff even those that do not teach your child will actually know your children what grade they attend and their siblings. I love this. The older students have an almost sisterly/brotherly bond amongst classmates because they have grown together. Saint Andrew's students are very respectful and are taught to be kind. I volunteer often (which is very welcomed) and have yet to see one instance of bullying. There is a lot of parent involvement and a lot of wonderful families made us feel welcome. I highly recommend this wonderful school to anyone considering private education for their children.

  • (2 years ago)

    We selected St. Andrew s and couldn't be happier! After moving from out of state to Northern Virginia and looking at MANY schools we chose St. Andrew s. We were looking for a greater academic challenge for our children as well as a safe faith-filled and nurturing environment. At St. Andrew s we have found just that and more. From the moment we contacted the school we felt welcome. Throughout the application process the staff was incredibly friendly and helpful. They worked around our traveling schedule to have the principal give us a personal school tour. During our tour we experienced St. Andrew s first-hand and also learned that the school has a full-time nurse which was very important to us. Today our children attend St. Andrew s and they are thriving. They are happy and we are happy! They are receiving the personal attention we were looking for. Areas where they were already strong are even stronger and others that needed some improvement have improved beyond what we thought possible in such a short amount of time. Every school member faculty staff students and parents cares and it shows. It feels great to be a part of St. Andrew s! We highly recommend it.

  • (3 years ago)

    St. Andrews is great! I sent all three of my children there. A few years into their education we did end up pulling them due to financial reasons. After a year an a half in the public school we ended up going back to St. Andrews. It was like going home and they were more than willing to help us out financially. From the extremely friendly front office staff to the amazing school nurses (actual RN's) and the new principal Mrs. Sigg that has been there three years it is just a place you want your children to spend their days. I can't even begin to brag about the teachers. They are so caring and treat the children as if they are their own. They will go to the ends of the earth to make sure ALL the children are successful. I would not put my children in any other school... ever! Another great change in recent years is the priests. Father Kelly and Father Mullaney have a real presence in the school even helping out at recess and carpool. The children love it!! You will NOT regret your decision if you send your child(ren) to St. Andrew the Apostle School.

  • (11 years ago)

    My son has been at St. Andrew's since pre-school and is currently in the 4th grade. In our experience the teachers have been excellent. It is a Roman Catholic affiliated school and they take this affiliation seriously - Mass twice a week which is a little excessive to me. There is a good blend of learning fun and discipline. The staff knows all parents on sight and has a good handle on our son. We've been very happy there and highly recommend the school.

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