St. Andrew Catholic School provides education for children four years old through the eighth grade. The school is located in Orlando, FL on the same campus as St. Andrew Catholic Church. St Andrew Catholic School was founded in 1961. Many of our graduates continue in Catholic education through high school. Administrators and Teachers hold Florida Department of Education Certification. The average class size is 27 students. St. Andrew is affiliated with the Catholic Diocese of Orlando. St. Andrew Catholic School is dedicated to the education and enrichment of our students.The Early Childhood Program (Pre K - 2nd grade) fosters an environment that nurtures the whole child. The curriculum is designed to provide challenging yet developmentally appropriate activities while emphasizing math, reading and writing. The intermediate grades(3rd - 5th) follow a traditional school program that builds on the early childhood experience. The curriculum prepares students for middle school by giving them the opportunity to develop academically, socially, spiritually and emotionally. The Middle School has an excellent academic program designed to prepare students for success in high school by emphasizing responsibility, accountability and encouraging self-motivation.
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