Andrew School is a public kindergarten through 12th grade school located in town. But as of 2011 will become only kindergarten through 8th grade due to financial reasons. Andrew Community School has been in operation since 1913. The school is part of Iowa's Big East Conference. Andrew is a Class 1A school and is considered small even for 1A. Andrew students scored very well in the 2007 Iowa Tests of Educational Development. The Andrew girls' track and field team won the Class 1A State Championship in 1997. The Andrew Hawks girls' basketball team went to state in 2007. The boys' team came one win away from state, but were district champions that same year.
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