America's Top High Schools

America's Top High Schools

All three District 230 High Schools have been named among America’s Top High Schools by The Daily Beast. District 230 high schools ranked among the top 640 in the country and the top 40 in Illinois.

Andrew Outdoor Learning Center

Andrew Outdoor Learning Center

Laura Kirby, VJA Science teacher, explains the plants chosen to grow in the raised beds at the Outdoor Learning Center with teacher Carrie Ward, School Board President Rick Nogal and D230 Foundation Executive Director Jeanne Krapauskas.

Eagle Pride

Eagle Pride

Sandburg Principal Deb Baker welcomes the Class of 2018 and encourages them to show their Eagle Pride.

Guidance Connections

Guidance Connections

On the first day of school, members of the Class of 2018 met with their Guidance Counselor to ease the transition into high school.

Dr. Gay

Superintendent Dr. Gay

Superintendent Dr. Gay shares how District 230 prepares students for their future, not our past.

Superintendent's Message

At the School Board meeting we recognized the accomplishments of several students and staff and learned about important work being done through professional learning communities and guidance services.

Andrew senior Garrick Fernandez and Sandburg senior Tim Orth were recognized for being names National Merit Semifinalists, placing them among the top less than one percent of all U.S. High School seniors. Garrick was also honored for earning a perfect 36 on the ACT,  an achievement less than one tenth of one percent of students who take the test accomplish each year. These incredibly talented and intelligent young men credited their teachers and parents for assisting them in reaching these high levels of excellence.. READ MORE

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America's Top High Schools

All three District 230 high schools are among America's Top High Schools according to a The Daily Beast report. The recognition considers graduation and college-acceptance rates as well as college-level courses and exams, percentage of students with free or reduced lunch, SAT and ACT scores.

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