Andrews Osborne Academy
|Andrews Osborne Academy|
|38588 Mentor Avenue
Willoughby, Ohio, (Lake County), 44094
|Type||Private, Coeducational Day and boarding school|
|Religious affiliation(s)||No Religious Affiliation|
|Head of school||Larry Goodman, Ph.D.|
|Average class size||10|
|Student to teacher ratio||12:1|
|Campus size||300 acres (1.2 km2)|
|Color(s)||Navy and White|
|Athletics||17 interscholastic offerings|
|Accreditation||Independent Schools Association of the Central States (ISACS)|
In the Fall of 2007, the former Andrews School and Phillips-Osborne School officially merged to form the new Andrews Osborne Academy. Previously located in Painesville, Ohio, the Phillips-Osborne School has relocated entirely to Willoughby. This gives Willoughby its first coeducational boarding and day school.
The Andrews School
Founded in 1910, The Andrews School for Girls had a number of majors such as Business,Foods,Retail, Cosmetology, and Clothing. In the early 1980s, The Andrews School became a college preparatory school, and in 2007 merged with the Phillips-Osborne School to become the only co-ed independent PK - grade 12 school in Lake County. Each year 100% of the graduating seniors gain acceptance to 4-year colleges and universities.
The Phillips-Osborne School
The Phillips-Osborne School was founded in Painesville as The Phillips School in 1972, being renamed as the Phillips-Osborne School in 1992. It was a co-ed school for PK - grade 8 prior to its merger with The Andrews School.