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Consolidated High School District 230
15100 S 94th Ave, Orland Park, IL 60462

Consolidated High School District 230 operates three area high schools, including Victor J. Andrew High School inMore Tinley Park. Students from seven elementary school districts move on to D230 high schools.

Dr. James Gay is superintendent. The seven-member school board meets at 7pm on the fourth Thursday of the month. In the fall, the board meets at Andrew High School; in winter, Sandburg High School; in spring, Stagg High School; and over the summer at the Administration Center. It shares the building with Orland School District 135.

Tinley Park High School
6111 175th St, Tinley Park, IL 60477

One of four schools in Bremen High School District 228, Tinley Park High School opened in 1961. Dr. Theresa Nolan isMore principal of the school, which has more than 1,100 students from Tinley Park, Oak Forest, Markham and Country Club Hills. The Tinley Park Titans offer a full contingent of classes, sports, clubs and activities.

The school's overall performance on state tests is below the state average, although its performance on the Prairie State Achievement Examination is habitually above state average.

St. George School
6700 176th St, Tinley Park, IL 60477
Opened in 1949, St. George School is a Catholic elementary school for students grades K - 8. It offers after-schoolMore sports, clubs and activities for students. St. George mixes religious education with a standard curriculum in the hopes of teaching each student independence and responsibility. The school is highly involved with the Tinley Park and St. George communities. It welcomes inquiries and new families.
Tinley Park High School
6111 175th St, Tinley Park, IL 60477
Victor J. Andrew High School
9001 171st St, Tinley Park, IL 60487

One of three schools in Consolidated High School District 230, Victor J. Andrew High School has more than 2,500More students from Tinley Park, Orland Park and Orland Hills. Robert Nolting is the principal. The Thunderbolts (or T-Bolts for short) offer a wide range of classes, sports, clubs and activities.

The school's overall performance on state tests is below the state average, although its performance on the Prairie State Achievement Examination is habitually above state average.

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