Sunset on graduation night

Class of 2018

The sunset provided a spectacular view as the Class of 2018 shared its final evening together at graduation.

Senior Class President Olivia Tesher

Class of 2018

Senior Class President Olivia Tesher reflects on the Class of 2018's experience at Andrew before taking a selfie with her classmates.

Keynote speaker Nowal Shalash

Class of 2018

Keynote speaker Nowal Shalash represents her classmates by giving a speech Different or Alike...Together We Strike.

Student Council President Jack Zwartz

Class of 2018

Student Council President Jack Zwartz shares his The Next Season final remarks for the Class of 2018.

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From the Principal


As the summer begins, it is time to reflect and decompress from a fast and furious 2017-18 school year.  June was a great time to catch up, celebrate the accomplishments of the past year, and begin preparation for the next school year.  Along with the leadership team, we poured through student achievement data, survey data, and assessed emerging issues from the past year.  Throughout the first month since school let out, the data has informed us of the following:

  • Parent and student survey data points to a high level of satisfaction about their experiences at VJA; particularly high areas pertaining to feeling safe, feeling adults and peers care about them, and the sense of being prepared for life after high school.

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TMA_RRRWe 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.


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