The quality of public and private education available in Andover is through the roof. The public school system offers relatively small class sizes and the district attracts some of the top teaching talent in the area. Unfortunately, the public schools are not always given the credit they deserve as they are often overshadowed by the famous Phillips Academy, a prestigious private boarding school founded way back in 1778. The school boasts innumerable elite and famous alumni. In fact, in the early 1960s President George W. Bush was a cheerleader at Phillips during his high school years.
Golfing Options in An
Golfers in Massachusetts take their sport seriously. This means that right in Andover there are two deluxe 18-hole golf courses with accompanying country clubs for residents to enjoy. The Indian Ridge Country Club bills itself as the more family friendly of the two, with amenities going beyond just the golf course. There is a swimming pool, playgrounds, and tennis courts. The Andover Country Club provides a more exclusive experience, with a well-known golf course and a luxury inn at the club. Members enjoy a complimentary meal in the dining room with every golf outing.
The Museum of Printin
At first glance a museum dedicated to the history of printing might seem like a dull place to visit. The Museum of Printing in Northern Andover proves that wrong with its collection of antique printing equipment. The museum shows the pivotal role that the printing press played in shaping the development of a young nation. From the advent of newspapers to the spread of knowledge through books, printing technology has benefited society in innumerable ways. The impressive collection at the museum includes many rare machines from throughout history and the knowledgeable staff will bring the importance of these seemingly innocuous machines to life.