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Welcome to Andrew!

Victor J. Andrew High School is a public four-year high school located in Tinley Park, Illinois.

From the Principal

 

As we open yet another school year at Andrew, we shift our focus with excitement to the next group of student leadership and where they will take us, while also looking upon our newest T-Bolts with anticipation of what talents and freshness they bring to our school.  The Class of 2022, along with about 75 other new upperclassmen, have quickly learned that as you walk through our doors, you cannot help but become excited to be a T-Bolt!  This class is one of our largest groups and they have already started a buzz about their collective readiness to continue the proud tradition of excellence.

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From the Principal

 

As we open yet another school year at Andrew, we shift our focus with excitement to the next group of student leadership and where they will take us, while also looking upon our newest T-Bolts with anticipation of what talents and freshness they bring to our school.  The Class of 2022, along with about 75 other new upperclassmen, have quickly learned that as you walk through our doors, you cannot help but become excited to be a T-Bolt!  This class is one of our largest groups and they have already started a buzz about their collective readiness to continue the proud tradition of excellence.

    >> Continue Reading

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Corlin5Andrew High School Senior Corlin Leonard was selected to the Illinois State Board of Education Student Advisory Council. Of the more than 900 school districts across the state, Corlin was selected as one of 20 students to serve on the Council. He will begin his duties with a meeting at the Governor's Mansion to meet his fellow representatives and then a sit down with State Superintendent of Schools Tony Smith and members of the State Board of Education. Setting Corlin apart from other nominees for the Council is his passion for both music and service. He plans to study music production in college as well as establish a nonprofit organization that serves the homeless in our community.

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