Phillips Academy, also known as Andover, is a coeducational boarding high school known for academic excellence and community diversity. Students hail from 44 states and territories and 51 countries, 47 percent of whom receive support from a $22 million financial aid budget. An $1.1 billion endowment (as of 6/30/19) supports small classes and unparalleled breadth and depth in academics and wide-ranging opportunities in athletics, performing arts, community service, and extracurricular activities. Resources include the newly renovated Oliver Wendell Holmes Library; Addison Gallery of American Art, 17,000 works & Museum Learning Center; A-V Center & Polk-Lillard Center for video electronic imaging; R.S. Peabody Museum of Archaeology, Native American art & artifacts; Sykes Wellness Center; Language Learning Center; Elson Art Center; Brace Center for Gender Studies; Gelb Science Center; music center; counseling center; theatre complex; Office of Community and Multicultural Development; and a 500-acre campus. The academy was founded in 1778.