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Welcome to the St. Andrew's College Archives

The St. Andrew's College Archives is dedicated to preserving the school's heritage by collecting and promoting records and artifacts of permanent value to our community. The archival records date back to when the school was established in 1899 and offers a wealth of information about its history, culture, and students.

Start your journey through our collection with a name or keyword search or select one of the links on this page to explore specific sets and topics.


Textual Records

These are any documents produced by the SAC Board of Governors, Head of School, staff and students. The collection also contains student records, The Review yearbook, and The Andrean Old Boy magazine.

Photograph Collection

This collection contains more than 7,000 photographs documenting campus buildings, students, staff, and alumni. More photographs are being added every day to our digital collection.

Artifact Collection

This includes school clothing such as uniforms and sportswear, caps, ties, pennants, sports equipment, trophies, medals, and personal items owned by past staff and students.


A monthly archives exhibit is on display in Dunlap Hall throughout the school year, as well as permanent exhibits within the Class of 1954 Archives under Towers Library.

Thinking of donating your SAC treasures or have questions about the archives? Please contact Gabby Bablanian at or call (905) 727-3178 x326.


Records held by the SAC Archives are historical in nature and contain language and images representative of their time. To preserve the cultural context in which they were created, historical records have been maintained in their original form. This may include terminology and cultural references which do not reflect the present-day interpretations, conclusions, and values of St. Andrew's College.

Video: St. Andrew's College, 1926-1927

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