What grades are taught at Saint Andrew School?

Our Elementary School is located at 4081 Reed Road (next to St. Andrew Church) and teaches
Kindergarten through grade 8.

Our Preschool is located at the Bryce Eck Center a block away on Reed Road and consists of 3 classes: 3’s, 4’s, and an afternoon Pre-K. Scroll to the bottom of any page to find contact information for both locations.

How big is Saint Andrew School?

We are currently teaching 435 students from 264 families.
Saint Andrew School has the feel of a close-knit community, but we are still large enough to offer two homerooms for each grade. This ensures that every student will have a different mix of classmates from one year to the next, and allows us to put twin students in different classrooms when desired.

What are Saint Andrew School’s hours?

Classes are taught from 8:00 am – 2:50 pm every weekday.
Earliest drop off is at 7:40. Our school office is open until 3:30 pm.

Do students get breaks?

All students get at least one recess and lunch break each day. These breaks are staggered so that children are eating and playing with their peers.

How big are your classes?

Average student-teacher Ratio: 15:1
Average classroom size: 24 students
Median classroom size: 24 students
Kindergarten: currently 50 students, taught by 2 teachers in 2 classrooms with 2 aides

What do you teach?

St. Andrew School implements the Courses of Study set forth by the Office of Catholic Schools for the Diocese of Columbus. To learn more about the Courses of Study and review the specific learning standards for each subject, please click the link below:

Courses of Study

Our core subjects—Math, Science, Social Studies, Language Arts, are taught in all grades, along with Religion and faith formation. Courses of enrichment (specials) are: Spanish (grades K-5), Latin (grades 6-8) Art, Music, Technology, and Physical Education.

Is St. Andrew an accredited school?

St. Andrew School is accredited by the Ohio Catholic Schools Accrediting Association. St. Andrew School’s accreditation plan for Academic Performance and Catholic Identity provides our staff with a path of professional development and goals to lead our school to success in identified areas. Our goals currently center around growth-mindset and The Great Commandment. Throughout the accreditation process, our team assesses the progress of our school in the growth of these areas.

Do we need to be Catholic for our child to attend Saint Andrew School?

No, many of our families are from other faith traditions, or non-practicing, and we welcome them into our school community. Non-Catholic children abstain from receiving sacraments, but are able to attend Mass and religion classes with their Catholic peers.

What neighborhoods do you serve?

Our students come from Upper Arlington, Columbus, Clintonville, Hilliard, Dublin, and we receive bus service from these communities.

What high schools do your graduates attend?

Saint Andrew is a feeder school for Bishop Watterson and Saint Charles high schools.

Both schools are among the finest college preparatory schools in the the Columbus area. Roughly 75% of our graduates go on to study at Bishop Watterson and 25% attend Saint Charles. Other graduates continue their education at other local Catholic or private schools, or a number of local public high schools in Upper Arlington, Dublin, Worthington, and Hilliard.

How can we get a tour of the school?

Guided tours can be arranged during school business hours. Contact us through our online form, or call our front office during business hours: M-F: 9 am-3 pm.   Shadow days for students are also possible.





4081 Reed Road
Columbus, OH 43220

P: 614 .451.1626
F: 614 .451.O272




3880 Reed Road
Columbus, Ohio 43220

P: 614 .459.1402 x 3
F: 614 .459.1946