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Andover, the magazine

The winter issue examines PA’s iPad Pilot Program, the tangled issues faced by Headmaster John Kemper and the “longhairs” of the late 1960s, and the assimilation of girls into PA’s athletics program in the early years of coeducation Read More »

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Youth From Every Quarter

Students live and learn among peers representing 46 states and 36 countries. They share new ideas, different cultures and unexpected ways of thinking Read More »

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Walkabout

Stroll along with five students in this unique, interactive web experience as they talk about the transformative nature of their journeys through Andover Read More »

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    Connected Learning

    Connected Learning

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    Coed@40 Spring Forum

    ​A weekend of activities generates lively discussions about gender, race, leadership and social equity

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    Honoring a fallen alum

    ​A film screening and a moment of silence highlight a special evening on Friday, April 25

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    Virtual tour

    Let Gunga and the PA tour guides introduce you to the Andover campus

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    The history of Gunga

    ​Where did Gunga come from? And who were the unofficial mascots that preceded him?

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    Spring music tour

    ​Members of the orchestra, chorus and Fidelio perform in DC and NYC over spring break

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      Academic Excellence

      "Some colleges don’t even have facilities like this.”

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      Non Sibi - Not For Self

      "Everyone cares. Andover is like a family."

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      Youth from Every Quarter

      “The biggest thing that drew me to Andover were all the people from around the world.”

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      Beyond the Classroom

      “I want to help out younger girls in the same way my prefects helped me.”

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      Openness to the World

      “I want to inspire other students and make them cognizant of what’s going on outside campus.”

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      A Place to Call Home

      "I like to think of myself as a boarder who sleeps at home"

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