A s the original building of College, Upper House has many unique claims. Among these is the fact that it incorporates the Antony Clark Andrean Resource Centre. With its gothic windows and lofty proportions, this was the school’s original chapel, complete with stained glass windows of 17th century German origin. Later, as “College Hall”, this room also served as the school dining room, the library, house common room and, most recently, as the Upper Grade 8 Prep Room. For several decades Upper really was the place “where all St Andrew’s worshipped, worked and fed”.
The buildings of Upper House tenaciously hold on to one vexing secret: where is the foundation stone of the school?