VERO BEACH — In celebration of Saint Edward’s School’s newly expanded and unified campus, the communities of the Treasure Coast are invited to visit and tour the School’s lagoon-front campus and academic, arts and athletic facilities on Thursday, October 28. Two sessions are scheduled: from 8:30 to 9:30 a.m. and from 5:30 to 6:30 p.m.
Saint Edward’s School serves 545 students in grades pre-k through 12 from as far north as Brevard County and south to Saint Lucie and Martin Counties. Known for unparalleled academic programs, the highest SAT scores on the Treasure Coast, intense faculty involvement and small class size, the School welcomes realtors, finance and banking professionals, legal and medical specialists, the hotel and restaurant industries as well as colleagues in education and the non-profit fields to tour the facilities, visit classrooms, the library and aquatic complex, the performing arts center and science labs.
Saint Edward’s campus is located on the waterfront of the beautiful Indian River lagoon and is ideally situated on Vero Beach’s barrier island off of A1A between the river and the ocean.