Wood Hill recently celebrated its fifteenth anniversary as a middle school in Andover, and currently serves 400 students in Grades 6-8. Built in 2002, Wood Hill occupies space adjacent to High Plain Elementary School on over 60 acres in West Andover. The unique physical relationship of the two schools was quite consciously created and allows the two schools to share some common use of facility space. The two schools frequently have joint functions, and their relationship provides the opportunity for cross-age teaching programs between elementary and middle school students. The schools are the social center for the families in that part of town, because Andover’s commercial center is several miles away.