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Christine MarshallInstructor in Biology | Tang Institute Fellow

“At Andover, we ask our students to work at the leading edge of their ability, stretching their way through higher levels of disciplines and deliberately adopting new practices and habits of mind that support their academic growth.”

Learn more about SYNAPSE and Christine’s work as a Tang Institute Fellow

Student Population

Student Population

Students from

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49

Countries

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46

States/Territories

48%

Students receive
financial aid

  • 48
  • 52

48%

Students receive
financial aid

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11 years

of need-blind admission

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300+

courses with

150

electives

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13

students in the
average class

60+

interscholastic teams in

20

different sports

125+

student clubs

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21

miles to Boston

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10

minute walk to the
town of Andover

At A Glance

Learning at Andover   

Intensely interactive and distinct courses

Our Head of School   

John G. Palfrey P’21 is devoted to Andover’s highest ideals

Become Your Best Self   

Fostering bold, thoughtful, and engaged student leadership

Tang Institute   

Developing and sharing innovative approaches to teaching and learning

Six moments happening right now

Knowledge & Goodness Campaign marks one-year, eclipses $200 million

More than 14,500 donors have supported the campaign to date

New academic department draws from faculty expertise across campus

More than 40 courses are designated as interdisciplinary and represent nearly every academic discipline offered

American sculptor Paul Manship celebrated at the Addison

Exhibition highlights fall season at museum

Campus quad to be named for Greener 1865

Scholar, lawyer, and advocate for racial equality forged many pathways

Snyder Center earns LEED Platinum honor

USGBC cited Andover as a “showcase example of sustainability”

Project Earth

From conservation to renewable energy, alumni are working to protect our planet for the future.

Upcoming Events

September 28 Faculty Voice Recital

7:30 p.m.

September 29 Fall Open House

9:30 a.m.