The Andover Public Schools spans 47 square miles in Butler and Sedgwick counties, covering both the City of Andover and an eastern portion of Wichita. Approximately 5,800 students attend one virtual, six elementary, two middle and two high schools in Andover.
Andover Schools take pride in their academic excellence and progress to exceed local, state and national goals. Our tradition of excellence is evident in our National Merit Finalists and Semi-Finalists, continually high ACT scores, state championships in athletics and activities and regional and national recognitions awarded to programs and staff. Andover is a progressive district focused on helping students succeed.
Andover Public Schools holds high expectations for students and staff. Our success is evident in the many awards and recognitions staff receives. Andover educators have won recognitions such as Kansas Teacher of the Year, Kansas Teacher of the Year finalists and semi-finalists, Kansas Master Teacher, Kansas History Teacher of the Year and many more.
Andover voters approved two bond issue questions in May 2017 that will fund over $188 million worth of school and athletic projects. The bond issue included replacing two schools (high & elementary), adding storm shelters and secure entrances, a district tennis complex, upgraded athletic facilities, a middle- and high-school orchestra program, an expanded preschool program and other necessary facility improvements.
The Andover Public School district offers an employee:
In addition, Andover staff members are encouraged to grow through a variety of in-service programs and through a salary step program that provides compensation for additional college credits.
We are proud of our small class size, strong parental involvement, a Board of Education that advocates professional growth and assistance from the Andover Advantage Foundation (a non-profit educational support organization).
Interested candidates should apply online at https://www.applitrack.com/andover/onlineapp/.