Stagg Class of 2014

Stagg Class of 2014

Congratulations Chargers

Gather Chargers

Gather Chargers

Gather Chargers, here and now no matter where you've been. Hold true to your Charger Pride.

Charger Pride

Charger Pride

Stagg graduates showed their Charger Pride

Andrew Class of 2014

Andrew Class of 2014

Congratulations T-Bolts

Andrew Graduates

Andrew Graduates

Andrew graduates increased the number of Advanced Placement exams taken making the school eligible for recognition by the Washington Post.

See the Lightning

See the Lightning

Andrew High School Senior Class Motto is See the Lightning - Be the Thunder

Sandburg Class of 2014

Sandburg Class of 2014

Congratulations Eagles

Soar Like an Eagle

Soar Like an Eagle

Sandburg Class of 2014 volunteered 61,429 service learning hours!

Sandburg Graduates

Sandburg Graduates

877 Sandburg students took 1,519 Advanced Placement exams.

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Superintendent's Message

We began the school year with the challenge to prepare students for post-secondary life through Successful Schools – Successful Students initiatives. Throughout the past nine months, incredible learning opportunities have taken place in classrooms, in the community, on playing fields and in co-curricular arenas. All have been aimed at providing a rigorous and relevant educational experience that is built on strong relationships for each of our students. Credit for the amazing success of this school year rests squarely on the shoulders of our staff, students, parents and community. I am very proud of the great work we as a district have completed during the 2013-14 school year. Thank you for making District 230 a great place to work and learn.

 

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In the Spotlight

National Merit Finalists
and 36 ACT Scores

Sandburg seniors Paige Kordas and Adam Gleisner earned the highest possible composite ACT score of 36. Less than 1/10 of 1% of all ACT test-takers earn this score, which translates to only 781 out of the more than 1.66 million students who took the test. The seniors also were named as Finalists in the 2014 National Merit Scholarship Program. This honor ranks them among the top less than 1% of U. S. high school seniors. They now have the opportunity to continue in the competition for Merit Scholarships to be awarded this spring.

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