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The Creative One

Enjoys drawing and painting.

Likes the small class size at Sewickley Academy.

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Inspiring One


The Caring One

Captain of both the varsity golf and softball teams.

Volunteers to help communities in need.

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Creative One


The Inspiring One

Proud member of the theater department’s tech crew.

Never passes up a creative challenge.

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Inspiring One

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Caring One

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Now that we know a little more about you,

we've found some programs and activities we think might interest you at Sewickley Academy!

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Jason's Experience

I started at Sewickley in Grade 5, and have been involved heavily in sports while still balancing a tough academic load. I was honored to represent the Academy and win the PIAA AA Individual State Championship for golf, just the second time that’s ever happened in school history! I’m looking forward to competing in more golf tournaments next season.

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Play ball! Sewickley Academy has a no-cut policy for all of our athletic teams.

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The Senior School faculty uses Design Thinking to address their goal of critical thinking, problem solving, and resilience in their students.

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Michael-Ann Cerniglia, Senior School History Teacher

Growing up, I always found school was a place that inspired my imagination, and where I felt challenged. I believe my job as a teacher is to challenge students in that same way, and Sewickley Academy has given me an incredible environment to push students creatively and help them to become better learners and people. Seeing one incredibly quiet ninth-grader become a regular discussion leader by Grade 12, for example, is something I absolutely cherish.

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By the Numbers


Student-to-teacher ratio


Pre-K through Grade 12 students on a single 16-acre campus


Percent of students are of Asian, Indian, or African-American descent


Average class size

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Abby Larsen, Class 2010

I transferred to Sewickley Academy in ninth grade, so I had a unique perspective of a childhood spent in different schools before coming to the Academy. Having a more rigorous, challenging educational path was very valuable to me, and pushed me to be the best I could be. I’m jealous of those who were able to spend their whole education at SA, but so thankful I made it there eventually!

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  • Photo: Students at the Sewickley Academy
  • Photo: Students at the Sewickley Academy

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