S.A.C. House Directory
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Macdonald House
At one time, Macdonald House was a separate entity with its own dining room and classrooms. It was the Lower School with students from grades 4 to 9. In the early 1960's, it became a residence for grades 7 to 9, and today it is a residence for boys from grades 6 to 8.

Flavelle House
Flavelle house is one of the original boarding houses at St. Andrew's. Named after school benefactor Mr. B. Flavelle, this residence was intended to house grades 10 to OAC (13). Today it acts as a boarding house that is for grades 9-12. The current house master is Mr.
David Stewart

Memorial House
When the School moved to Aurora in 1926, Memorial House was established as a memorial to those Andreans who perished in World War I. The Memorial Chapel was built in 1931 and remains as a reminder of those who did not grow old. Prior to 1962, grades 12 and OAC occupied Memorial House which was the "senior house". It now houses students in grades 9 to 12.

Sifton House
Sifton house is the last of the original boarding houses at S.A.C., and houses boys from grade 9 to 12. This site was created as a resource to students and parents to provide reference to our policies, and also to highlight some of the ongoing activities that are happening in the house.
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