St. Andrew’s Success is rooted in our partnership with student's parents and families.


Studies have consistently reported that parent attitudes and actions have a positive effect on their children’s academic success. Children with parental involvement earn better grades, score higher on tests, and much more. It’s also away parents can let their child know they care and are invested in their formation.


We encourage you to look for opportunities to share your time, talent, and treasure with the St. Andrew’s Community. 


 In partnership with our families, St. Andrew’s teachers and staff members seek to prepare our students to become educated, responsible, and productive Christian citizens in order to impact the world for Christ.

Please Use the Appropriate Links

We encourage all families to use online enrollment for the 2020-2021 School Year.

If you are a new family joining St. Andrew's School, please use the link to download the paperwork. Once the paperwork is filled out, please SAVE AS your Last Name and email the attachment to


Returning families, please use the link and RSVP to confirm your family's contact information.



We are trying to encourage no contact enrollment. Please use the submit button on the form or print and email a scanned or high resolution photo of the form.


Send your forms to


Pay deposit, material fee,

and tuition by check or

online payments.












All those who minister to children or young people are required to take training on the nature of child sexual abuse, how it is perpetrated, how to report it, and strategies for prevention. 


The Diocese of Salina has implemented a training program by the name of “CMGConnect”.  CMGConnect is a national program, widely in use in dioceses throughout the United States. It is a web-based on-line training program that specializes in helping churches and religious organizations create safe environments for children and youth. 


The program is mandatory for all adults, employees, or volunteers, who interact on a regular basis with children in the Salina Diocese.