Andover's 237th year
Head of School: John G. Palfrey Jr.
Grade 12: 337
Grade 11: 288
Grade 10: 280
Grade 9: 233
Average Class Size:
5 to 1
States and Territories Represented: 45
*Countries Represented: 38
**Students of Color: 42.2%
***International Students: 9%
*Based on Residency
**Includes biracial and multiracial students.
***Based on Citizenship
Completed Applications: 3,055
Matriculated (as of April 10): 366
(From public schools: 43.4%, From private schools: 54.5%
From parochial or home schools: 2.1%)
Ph. D.: 41
No degree: 1
Faculty of Color: 25%
Most Instructors live on campus and serve as dormitory counselors, academic advisors, and/or coaches.
Tuition and Other Expenses
Estimated Additional Expenses: $2,600
Recipients: 528 students (46.3%)
Student Scholarship Grants
Room, board and tuition: $18,200,000
Grants for travel, fees, and expenses: $1,500,000
Average Grant for returning students: $37,400
Total Financial Assistance: $19,700,000
June 30, 2014, approx. market value: $1,002,000,000
300+ available courses; three semesters of 10-12 week each.
Art; Classical Studies; English; History & Social Science;
Interdisciplinary Studies; Mathematics; Music; Natural Sciences: Biology, Chemistry, Environmental
Science, Physics; Philosophy & Religious Studies; Psychology;
Theatre & Dance; World Languages: Chinese, French, German, Greek,
Japanese, Latin, Russian, Spanish
This list represents the schools with the highest number of
matriculants over the past three years: Boston College, 16; Brown, 22; Carnegie Mellon, 12; Univ. of Chicago, 28; Colgate, 12; Columbia, 36; Cornell, 22; Dartmouth, 15; Duke, 12; Georgetown, 34; Harvard, 37; UMass/Amherst, 18; Univ. of Michigan,12; New York University, 24; Northwestern, 12; UPenn, 39; Princeton, 15; Stanford, 22; Tufts, 21; UCal/Berkeley, 13; Univ. of Washington/St. Louis, 21; Wesleyan, 21; Williams, 13; Yale, 39
Class of 2014 SAT scores (mean) – Critical Reading, 683; Math, 696; Writing, 682.
Oliver Wendell Holmes Library, Archives, and Academic Skills Center;
Addison Gallery of American Art, 17,000 works & Museum Learning
Center; A-V Center & Polk-Lillard Center for video electronic
imaging; R.S. Peabody Museum of Archaeology, Native American art &
artifacts; Isham Health Center; Language Learning Center; Elson Art
Center; Brace Center for Gender Studies; Gelb Science Center; music
center; counseling center; theatre complex; Office of Community and
Multicultural Development; 500-acre campus.
Facilities for 30 sports include 2 hockey rinks, 1 swimming pool, 1 diving pool, 8 squash courts, 2 basketball courts, 2 dance studios, fitness center and wrestling room, 2 fully staffed training rooms; outside track, 18 playing fields (including artificial turf inside Phelps Stadium), 18 tennis courts, paddle tennis court, nearby crew boathouse; indoor facilities for track, tennis and team practice.
An intensive academic enrichment boarding and day program offering more than 60 courses, Summer Session offers a pre-college experience for rising 9th- through 12th-graders. In addition, rising 8th-graders can participate in the interdisciplinary Lower School Institute. 550 students, 100 teaching faculty, 25 teaching assistants. Est. 1942. Learn more about Summer Session.
Andover Bread Loaf Writing Workshop
Summer workshops and year-round networking and education for public school students and teachers to enhance literacy and improve the teaching of writing. National in reach, with Lawrence, Mass. as its base. Involves tutoring by PA community service students. Est. 1987.
Institute for Recruitment of Teachers
An intensive four-week summer program, plus year-long mentoring, that prepares rising college seniors and recent graduates from diverse communities for graduate school and teaching careers in schools and universities. 100 students annually. Est. 1990.
(MS)2: Math & Science for Minority Students
An intensive three-summer math and science enrichment program for talented and economically disadvantaged African American, Latino, and Native American public school students; 110 students. Est. 1977.
A two-year program for Lawrence middle school students. Provides enrichment in math, language arts and sciences, with follow-up mentoring by members of PA and Andover High School community service programs. Est. 1988.