St. Andrew’s Episcopal School (Grades 3-12) Campus 5 5 2 2

The Field School 

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The Field School creates excellent college students, but it creates something even greater along the way—extraordinary adults.

Our Core Values:
Field Celebrates Individuals.
At The Field School, students with diverse backgrounds, strengths, and challenges know they are welcomed, appreciated, and supported in being themselves.

Field Teaches Inquiry, Analysis, and Creativity.
A Field education emphasizes analytic thinking, articulate expression, and creative process—skills that allow students to learn, to communicate, and to engage with the world.

Field Teaches Through Dialogue and Passion.
Enthusiasm and open, respectful dialogue are foundations of learning at Field. Teachers and students establish strong relationships that spark authentic learning.

Field Students Participate and Learn to Care.
Field students take risks, speak up, work together, play as teams, and share artistry. Engagement in our community inspires compassion and ethical behavior.

Field Is Informal.
The Field School environment is relaxed, and classes are small—crucial ingredients in encouraging conversation, daring, and knowing each other.

Basic Facts

    Age Range:
    Grades 6 - 12

    Years Established: 1972

    Enrollment: 380

    Average Class Size: 11

    Tuition: $44,600

    Who you serve:
    Co-ed, High School, Middle School

    Mission/Philosophy
    Field Celebrates Individuals.
    At The Field School, students with diverse backgrounds, strengths, and challenges know they are welcomed, appreciated, and supported in being themselves.

    Field Teaches Inquiry, Analysis, and Creativity.
    A Field education emphasizes analytic thinking, articulate expression, and creative process—skills that allow students to learn, to communicate, and to engage with the world.

    Field Teaches Through Dialogue and Passion.
    Enthusiasm and open, respectful dialogue are foundations of learning at Field. Teachers and students establish strong relationships that spark authentic learning.

    Field Students Participate and Learn to Care.
    Field students take risks, speak up, work together, play as teams, and share artistry. Engagement in our community inspires compassion and ethical behavior.

    Field Is Informal.
    The Field School environment is relaxed, and classes are small—crucial ingredients in encouraging conversation, daring, and knowing each other.

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