Greetings from the Office of the Superintendent

  •  Andrew Bott

     Andrew Bott 

    Superintendent of Schools,
    Andrew Bott became the Superintendent of the Public Schools of Brookline on July 1, 2016. Prior to becoming superintendent, Mr. Bott was the principal of the Lincoln School in Brookline from 2014 to 2016Before coming to Brookline he served 12 years as a principal in Boston and has proven himself to be an intelligent, creative problem solver and an inspiring leader who has faced daunting challenges and produced remarkable, sustained results for schools and students.
    As principal of the Lincoln School, Mr. Bott significantly increased learning across student groups, implemented new school-wide anti-bullying initiatives, and supported long-term literacy and math professional development. He led the successful turnaround of Orchard Gardens K-8 School in Roxbury from a level 4 school in 2010 to a level 1 school in 2013, with a student growth rate that was the highest among comparable schools in the Commonwealth, increasing student attendance to nearly 96% and expanding the school day for students in grades 5-8. Mr. Bott fostered significant improvements in student achievement and school culture in each of the schools he has led.
    Mr. Bott holds a B.A. in Sociology from Rice University and a M.Ed. in Administration Planning and Social Policy from Harvard University.