The learning pace increases in seventh grade because kids are
ask to handle a more challenging curriculum and do independent projects in many
of their subjects. In seventh grade, most students will:
papers that are mechanically correct and more than one page in length.
themselves orally in a clear and organized way.
the most important people, places, and events in Texas History.
angles and symmetry and construct various three-dimensional objects, plane
figures, parallel lines, and circles.
statistics (mean, median, mode) and determine the probability of events.
simple equations containing a variable.
in greater depth the concepts of atomic structure, chemical bonds and
reactions, genetics, and weather.
scientific experiments using dependent and independent variables.
art and music and acquire basic skills in these areas.
St. Andrew’s seventh graders learn more about community service
when they travel to Heifer Ranch International in Perryville, Arkansas. Heifer
Ranch is an educational,
1,200 -acre farm in rural Perryville, AR. The Ranch is filled with gardens and
livestock, including goats, pigs, llamas and more and is dedicated to improving millions of lives
around the world.
Here the students take part in hands-on, interactive programs and
activities promoting sustainable solutions to global hunger, poverty and
Our students use this experience to launch local community service projects
when they return from to the Panhandle.
Come meet the animals and take part in our hands-on, interactive programs
and activities promoting sustainable solutions to global hunger, poverty and
Eighth grade is the last year before our students enter high
school; however, at St. Andrew’s they have already earned five high school
credit hours by this point in their education. Socially, spiritually and
academically, the foundation that SAES students receive before they leave is
crucial to their success in high school, college and beyond.
St. Andrew’s students are consistently top performers at area
high schools and more than 90% have participated in school sports and fine
In addition, by the time our students graduate, they have
experienced three educationally-based trips with their peer group. Our sixth
graders go to Washington D.C.; our seventh graders travel to the Heifer Ranch
International in Arkansas; and SAES eighth graders chose where they’ll go on
their annual trip.
Here's what you can expect when you send your child to St.
Andrew’s Episcopal School:
Study 9th grade level Biology, and earn Pre AP High
Study 9th grade level Algebra I, and earn Pre AP High
Study 9th grade level Word Geography, and earn High
Study 9th grade level Spanish I, and earn High School
Earn half semester High School credits in Professional
Communication and Dollars & Sense.
Study 8th grade Language Arts in preparation for High
School English I credit.
Opportunity to participate in Chamber Orchestra and Chamber
Opportunity to finish their St. Andrew’s career in the area of
Opportunity to be a part of SALT (St. Andrew’s Leadership Team)