St. Andrew’s School Named Finalists for 2015 Excalibur Awards Using LoveMath™

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The Annual Excalibur Awards celebrates Georgia companies and organizations that demonstrate the best use of technology, typically provided by a third-party, to solve complex issues and processes in business and education. In this case, LoveMath™, an award-winning math learning technology developed by GPA Learn is used by St. Andrew’s School to personalize and innovate its math curriculum.

St. Andrew's School in Savannah, GA
St. Andrew’s School is an incredible, forward thinking academic institution that leverages LoveMath™ as a cutting edge educational technology to personalize learning experiences for its students.

St. Andrew’s School in Savannah, GA was named as a finalist in the Technology Association of Georgia’s 2015 Excalibur Awards for its innovative use of the LoveMath™ learning application within its Lower School. By implementing LoveMath™, a web-based, adaptive math application, St. Andrew’s is able to personalize and accelerate math instruction for each student beginning in elementary mathematics. The LoveMath™ application engages students with animation and gamified features, providing teachers with real-time actionable data to drive differentiated instruction.

“Although they did not win the award, we are pleased that the implementation of our product was affiliated with a final nominee for the 2015 Excalibur Awards, and we are proud of our affiliation with St. Andrews,” reports Kevin Brice, President & CEO of GPA Learn. “St. Andrew’s School is an incredible, forward-thinking academic institution that leverages LoveMath™ as a cutting edge educational technology to personalize learning experiences for its students.”

As an International Baccalaureate World School, St. Andrew’s leads with a hands-on approach to learning in which students are asked to engage in projects and applications of content much more than they are asked to complete worksheets or take paper-and-pencil tests. Head of Lower School & Assistant Head of School for Academic Affairs, Dr. Kelley Waldron explains, “This program supplements our math curriculum and allows teachers to individualize instructional modules, monitor student progress, communicate in real-time with parents, and provide the personalization and acceleration that we know is necessary to have our students be competitive globally with students in STEM fields.”

For more information on the nomination or to start a school pilot, contact 404-507-2571 or visit

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