Prospective day student open house to be held October 14
Approximately 25% of the 1,100 students enrolled at Andover are day students
October 01, 2012
— Area eighth graders and high school students interested in attending Phillips Academy beginning in fall 2013 are invited to spend the afternoon on the Andover campus on Sunday, October 14 beginning at noon. Parents are invited to accompany them for an informational session from 1-2 p.m. at Cochran Chapel on Chapel Ave. This session will include discussions of the application process and life as a day student at Phillips Academy.
Optional breakout sessions will follow, offering discussions of the following topics: applying for admission and financial aid, writing the application essay, and performing arts and athletics at Andover. There will also be a Spanish language question-and-answer session. Group campus tours led by students will be offered at noon from the meeting point at the steps to Cochran Chapel.
Prospective day students include all applicants residing in the towns of Andover and North Andover, and may also include those residing in nearby towns in both Massachusetts and New Hampshire. Massachusetts towns include Boxford, Bradford, Dracut, Georgetown, Groveland, Haverhill, Lawrence, Lowell, Lynnfield, Methuen, Middleton, North Reading, Reading, Tewksbury and Wilmington. New Hampshire towns include Atkinson, Pelham, Plaistow and Salem. Students living outside the designated towns must apply as boarders.
Of the approximately 1,100 students enrolled at Phillips Academy, slightly more than a quarter are day students.
The open house is sponsored by the Phillips Academy Office of Admission and Financial Aid. Questions may be addressed to Vivien Valenzuela Mallick, senior associate dean of admission, at 978-749-4062 or email@example.com.