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

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Andrew Pride November 2017 Newsletter

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Mark you Calendar - Vogt Visual Arts Center High School Fine Art Exhibit

Vogt Visual Arts Center High School Fine Art Exhibit

The Vogt Visual Arts Center presents the annual High School Fine Arts Exhibit from November 1 - 25, 2017. Please join them for a reception for these students on Saturday, November 4 from 1 - 4 p.m. Light refreshments will be served. Vogt Visual Arts Center 17420 S. 67th Ct. Tinley Park, IL 60477 Phone (708) 614-6503 (Located 1/2 block east of Oak Park Ave. at 174th Street) Admission is always free! ...Read More

 
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Andrew Pride newsletter October 2017

Andrew Pride newsletter October 2017 Download Document

 
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2017-18 School Improvement Plan

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Andrew Pride September Newsletter 2017

Andrew Pride September Newsletter 2017 Download Document

 
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Gonzales named among Top 30 Ed Tech Leaders

The Center for Digital Education (CDE) today announced its 2017 Top 30 Technologists, Transformers and Trailblazers – 30 education and technology leaders across America who are transforming the education landscape through the use of digital tools. Consolidated High School District 230 Director of Curriculum and Instruction Dr. Stacey Gonzales is among the Top 30 Education Technology Leaders on the list. ...Read More

 
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Hack230: Cancelled

Thank you for your interest in attending HACK230. Our plan was to team up with Major League Hacking and provide you a great experience where high school students could work in groups to solve problems that matter to them. Unfortunately, we need to cancel the event. Part of the agreement with Major League Hacking was that we would guarantee around 150 students at the event. We marketed the event to many different high schools but we still fell short in our number of registered students. ...Read More

 
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Holzinger's art on display in national Capitol

Recent Andrew High School graduate, Emily Holzinger, has always had an interest in art. However, when she took a black and white photography class her junior year, a passion for art started to grow. Holzinger has an amazing talent, and it has been widely recognized in the past year. Her photo, “Simply Stated” can be viewed at the Bridgeport Art Center in Chicago, as well as the Capitol Building in Washington D.C. ...Read More

 
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Andrew alumni return as staff

Throughout the years, there have been many District 230 alumni that come back to continue to contribute to the schools legacy as faculty. Whether they came back to coach, teach or mentor, they all strive to make an impact on the students, other faculty and the community as well. The love for their school and the community has only become stronger since they graduated from District 230. Many express that the impact that the school and faculty had on them, inspired them to come back. ...Read More

 
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District 230 Takes a New Approach to Learning this Summer​​

District 230 Takes a New Approach to Learning this Summer​​ ...Read More

 
 
Results: 21 Articles found.
Results: 21 Articles found.
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Andrew Pride November 2017 Newsletter

Andrew Pride November 2017 Newsletter Download Document

 
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Mark you Calendar - Vogt Visual Arts Center High School Fine Art Exhibit

Vogt Visual Arts Center High School Fine Art Exhibit

The Vogt Visual Arts Center presents the annual High School Fine Arts Exhibit from November 1 - 25, 2017. Please join them for a reception for these students on Saturday, November 4 from 1 - 4 p.m. Light refreshments will be served. Vogt Visual Arts Center 17420 S. 67th Ct. Tinley Park, IL 60477 Phone (708) 614-6503 (Located 1/2 block east of Oak Park Ave. at 174th Street) Admission is always free! ...Read More

 
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Andrew Pride newsletter October 2017

Andrew Pride newsletter October 2017 Download Document

 
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2017-18 School Improvement Plan

This is VJA's 2017-18 School Improvement Plan Download Document

 
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Andrew Pride September Newsletter 2017

Andrew Pride September Newsletter 2017 Download Document

 
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Gonzales named among Top 30 Ed Tech Leaders

The Center for Digital Education (CDE) today announced its 2017 Top 30 Technologists, Transformers and Trailblazers – 30 education and technology leaders across America who are transforming the education landscape through the use of digital tools. Consolidated High School District 230 Director of Curriculum and Instruction Dr. Stacey Gonzales is among the Top 30 Education Technology Leaders on the list. ...Read More

 
Hackathon

Hack230: Cancelled

Thank you for your interest in attending HACK230. Our plan was to team up with Major League Hacking and provide you a great experience where high school students could work in groups to solve problems that matter to them. Unfortunately, we need to cancel the event. Part of the agreement with Major League Hacking was that we would guarantee around 150 students at the event. We marketed the event to many different high schools but we still fell short in our number of registered students. ...Read More

 
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Holzinger's art on display in national Capitol

Recent Andrew High School graduate, Emily Holzinger, has always had an interest in art. However, when she took a black and white photography class her junior year, a passion for art started to grow. Holzinger has an amazing talent, and it has been widely recognized in the past year. Her photo, “Simply Stated” can be viewed at the Bridgeport Art Center in Chicago, as well as the Capitol Building in Washington D.C. ...Read More

 
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Andrew alumni return as staff

Throughout the years, there have been many District 230 alumni that come back to continue to contribute to the schools legacy as faculty. Whether they came back to coach, teach or mentor, they all strive to make an impact on the students, other faculty and the community as well. The love for their school and the community has only become stronger since they graduated from District 230. Many express that the impact that the school and faculty had on them, inspired them to come back. ...Read More

 
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District 230 Takes a New Approach to Learning this Summer​​

District 230 Takes a New Approach to Learning this Summer​​ ...Read More

 
 
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