The popular school-board of St. Andrews (St Andrews School) is designed for high school students: 15-18 years (9-12 grades), which are preparing for admission to universities. At St Andrews School, they are offered not only a balanced, strong and in-depth academic program under the guidance of professional teachers, but also the greatest opportunities for personal extra-curricular development - all on the Atlantic coast, in the sunny state of Florida.
In 2011, St Andrews School joined the international organization Round Square International Organization "for the personal and social development of schoolchildren, their successful integration into the world community and attention to environmental protection." Students are educated as independent and responsible, independent and motivated to achieve high achievements, learn their honor and honesty, they instill in their personal example respect for any nationality, race, culture and religion.
The school offers both a classical, universal course, and advanced subjects (AP), as well as an internationally recognized and popular IB program (International Baccalaureate). The average score of SAT among students and graduates is 1840; for foreign students there is a supporting language program ESL (English as a second Language). Graduates successfully continue their education in the most prestigious and elite universities across the country: