Principal/ Director of Alt. Education
Mark Andrus is the principal at Boulevard Academy and the director of alternative education for the Edmond Public Schools.
He received his Bachelors of Science degree from Oklahoma City University and his Masters of School Administration degree from Central State University (UCO) along with a superintendent’s certificate.
This is his 34th year in public education and he started his educational career at Mustang Middle School where he taught and coached for 11 years before coming to Edmond Memorial High School as an assistant principal. After serving at Memorial for five years he then moved to Edmond North High School as assistant principal for 11 years. He is in his seventh year at Boulevard Academy. He was also the summer school principal for 11 years.
His wife, Kim, works at Sequoyah Middle School as a media assistant. They met at Oklahoma City University.
They have a daughter, Kayla, who teaches first grade at Will Rogers Elementary. Their son, Matt, graduated from UCO with a Business degree and at this time is working on his Law Degree at Oklahoma City University Law School.
Mark is affiliated with the OASSP and OASCD organizations. He serves on the Project66 (Edmond’s Food Pantry) executive board. He and his family attend Henderson Hills Baptist Church.
“In my time away from my purpose, I enjoy spending time with my family, my wife of 33 years, and our children who have made us very proud parents,” Andrus said.
His hobbies include reading, playing golf and watching sporting events.