We celebrate our Veterans!

We celebrate our Veterans!

VJA's Student Council hosted over 100 veterans at their annual Veterans' Luncheon. It is our way of saying "thank you"!

Career Day 2017

Career Day 2017

Another successful Career Day, hosted by our Guidance Department. Our T-Bolts had the opportunity to speak with people in various fields, everything from Accounting to X-Ray Technology.

Senior College Signing Day

Senior College Signing Day

Congrats to Yanni Thigpen (Volleyball), Samantha Termunde (Soccer), Kailee Tomkins (Lacrosse), Alyssa MacTrinder (Softball), Mike Carey (Baseball), Scott Youngbrandt (Baseball), Jake Plastiak (Baseball), and Donovan Nanfeltdt (Baseball).

Happy Birthday Andrew High School

Happy Birthday Andrew High School

To celebrate Andrew High School's 40th birthday on October 23rd, students had the opportunity during their lunch period to add their artistic flair to the birthday sign shown here. Great job!

Happy 40th Anniversary VJA!

Happy 40th Anniversary VJA!

The first Principal at VJA, Mr. James Keith, came to help celebrate our 40th anniversary. Our Senior Leaders gave him a tour so he could see how we have changed over the last 40 years.

From the Principal

 

At this point, the school year is moving along quite rapidly - many of us are wondering where the time went.  Throughout the first couple of months, returning T-Bolts welcomed our newest T-Bolts (which included over 115 transfer students!), and celebrated the theme for the year “Different or alike...United We Strike.”  This theme has seen creative and impressive outcomes as our students - all unique individuals - come together as classes, advisories, teams, and organizations to make attempts at greatness together.  >> Continue Reading

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We honor the past of those staff members and students who came before us.

We embrace the present by providing the best possible educational experience for the students entrusted into our care today.

And we create the future by preparing these students for what comes next and by assuring our schools are ready for the 6th, 7th and 8th graders that will be at our doorsteps in a few short years.

This is all done with a focus on  providing rigorous coursework that challenges students to grow. This is done by making what we teach relevant to our students today and to their future. This is done through relationships that encourage, challenge and support students both in their academic pursuits and in the sometimes challenging process of growing into young adults.

At the center of all that we do are our students as we develop Successful Schools for Successful Students. TMA_RRR

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