Andover’s athletic facilities rank among the best in the nation. The Academy's 700-acre campus includes 19 playing fields, 18 tennis courts, an outdoor synthetic surface track, and Phelps Stadium, a lighted facility with seating for more than 2,000 spectators.
The 70,000-square-foot Pan Athletic Center houses a swimming and diving complex, dance studios, wrestling facilities, and the Athletics Hall of Honor. Situated near the Snyder Center, the new building is the latest step forward for the Campus Master Plan and corresponding Athletic Facilities Master Plan, which seeks to ensure Andover students have top-tier facilities for both interscholastic competition and general health and wellness.
Our skating center features both NHL and NCAA regulation-size rinks, locker rooms for varsity and junior varsity hockey, a training room and a heated viewing area. Indoors, the Academy offers three gymnasiums, multiple basketball courts, eight international squash courts, a six-lane swimming pool, a 12-foot deep diving pool with a one-meter board, and two dance studios.
The dynamic, 98,000-square-foot multiuse Snyder Center reinforces the Academy’s commitment to a full slate of athletics, fitness, and health and wellness programs to support each student’s physical, mental, social, and emotional development. Along with exceptional practice and competition facilities for the Academy’s burgeoning track and field and squash programs, the Snyder Center offers flexible spaces for many other sports and fitness pursuits.
The Rosenau Fitness Center is home to more than 20 weight machines and a full complement of free weights, stair machines, stationary bikes, and rowing machines. Cross country and Outdoor Pursuits program utilize running trails and high ropes course in our 85-acre bird sanctuary and The William H. Brown 1934 Boathouse, situated on the Merrimack River, serves Andover Crew programs.