Andrews Osborne Academy

38588 Mentor Ave, Willoughby, OH 44094

This nonsectarian school was established as the Andrews School in accordance with the will of area businessman Wallace Corydon Andrews and his wife, Margaret St. John Andrews. After more than 90 years as a girls' secondary school, the school became known as Andrews Osborne Academy upon effecting a merger with The Phillips-Osborne School in the summer of 2007. This merger resulted in the acquisition of a second campus in Painesville that houses a day division for students in grades PS-8. AOA is now fully coeducational. In a small-class setting, the academic program encourages individual growth and prepares students for college. AOA's middle school curriculum (grades 6-8) integrates various projects and group activities, as well as enrichment field trips. Outdoor education is an important aspect of middle school life, as pupils develop riding skills in the equestrian center and also engage in such activities as rock climbing, canoeing, backpacking and work on the school's ropes course. The liberal arts program during the upper school years (grades 9-12) features honors, Advanced Placement and independent study courses, as well as a senior research project. A wide selection of electives accommodates varying student interests. Also available is an English as a Second Language program for international students. Community service requirements are as follows: 10 hours per year in grades 6-8 and 16 hours annually in grades 9-12.

General Information

Academic OrientationCollege Preparatory
Grade RangeBoarding — Coed Grades 7-12; Day — Coed PS (Age 3)-12
Coed, Boys, or GirlsCoed
Full Address38588 Mentor Ave, Willoughby, OH 44094
Other Locations150 Gillette St, Painesville 44077
Year Established1910
Legal StatusNonprofit
Religious Affiliation(None)
AdministratorCharles J. Roman
Applications DueRolling
Total Enrollment380
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